The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has just released its weekly Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), and for the second week in a row, there is no new data on adverse reactions to the two FDA emergency use authorization (EUA) COVID mRNA injections.
The last report on the experimental injections and the adverse side effects was from January 6, 2021, and only covered the first week of injections with the experimental Pfizer COVID mRNA shots, with an emphasis on allergic reactions and anaphylaxis shock.
The report on January 6th did not cover the Moderna injections which have also received emergency use authorization by the FDA.
Injuries and deaths due to the experimental COVID injections are being reported in the U.S. and around the world, so why is the CDC not examining these adverse side effects and reporting on them?
The lack of reporting certainly cannot be blamed on the change in administrations, because an MMWR report was published this week and covered the following topics:
- COVID-19 Case Investigation and Contact Tracing Efforts from Health Departments — United States, June 25–July 24, 2020
- Evaluation of Abbott BinaxNOW Rapid Antigen Test for SARS-CoV-2 Infection at Two Community-Based Testing Sites — Pima County, Arizona, November 3–17, 2020
- Emergence of SARS-CoV-2 B.1.1.7 Lineage — United States, December 29, 2020–January 12, 2021
- COVID-19 Trends Among Persons Aged 0–24 Years — United States, March 1–December 12, 2020
One would imagine that the largest mass vaccination campaign in our nation’s history under Operation Warp Speed would be the primary focus of any weekly morbidity and mortality reports.
We know there is a lot more data now since the January 6th report, as adverse reactions from the COVID injections are being entered into the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), although this is a voluntary system that few people know about, and is seldom used, so it only reflects a small percentage of adverse reactions, well below 10 percent.
As of last week, fifty-five people in the United States have died after receiving a COVID-19 injection, 96 life-threatening events have been reported, as well as 24 permanent disabilities, 225 hospitalizations, and 1,388 emergency room visits. See:
The CDC has an app called “V-safe” that is given to everyone who receives an experimental COVID injection to provide “health check-ins,” and would contain far more data than the VAERS database, but the CDC has not issued any reports from this data since January 6th….
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