Health Impact News founder Brian Shilhavy pointed this out in a March 28 article, citing VAERS data as of March 18. He wrote: "One does not have to look very far to see the damaging effects of [the] COVID-19 vaccines. [VAERS data show] that there are unprecedented increases in recorded deaths and injuries … since they were issued emergency use authorizations (EUAs), as compared to … [those from] all Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved vaccines for the previous 30 years."
VAERS recorded a total of 26,059 deaths caused by the COVID-19 vaccines, almost a threefold increase compared to the non-COVID vaccines that killed 9,066 people. COVID-19 vaccines also caused permanent disabilities in 48,342 people, more than half of the 20,096 people who suffered from permanent disabilities after being injected with non-COVID vaccines. (Related: Dr. Peter McCullough: One COVID vaccine death is too many.)
There were 76,992 people hospitalized after being injected with other vaccines per VAERS data. But for those injected with the COVID vaccines, this increased to 143,198. Meanwhile, there were 13,572 people who suffered life-threatening injuries following injection of non-COVID shots. Those who experienced life-threatening injuries after COVID-19 vaccination amounted to 29,443.
Shilhavy also cited the marked difference between the number of strokes and cardiac inflammation cases between COVID-19 vaccines and non-COVID vaccines.
During the 15-month period that the vaccines were authorized for emergency use, there were 2,992 reports of stroke on VAERS. On the other hand, there were only 104 stroke reports on VAERS attributed to other vaccines for the past 30 years.
VAERS data also showed that during the 30-year period before the COVID-19 vaccines were approved, the reporting system recorded 1,162 cases of cardiac inflammation such as myocarditis (heart muscle inflammation) and pericarditis (heart lining inflammation). But following the EUAs for the different COVID-19 vaccines, this rose to 21,340 within a 15-month period. The mRNA COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have been linked to cardiac inflammation in children and young adults.
"The majority of cases now found in the [more than 31-year] history of VAERS are from after Dec. 1, 2020 – when the FDA granted EUA for the COVID-19 vaccines. This is mass murder and genocide," wrote Shilhavy.
Earlier in March, VAERS data revealed that cardiac inflammation reports in the first two months of 2022 alone surpassed those for the entire 2021. The Blaze Senior Editor Daniel Horowitz pointed this out in a March 11 piece, saying that this common vaccine side effect "used to be a rare disorder discussed mainly in academic literature."
"Reports of myocarditis and pericarditis are so prevalent now that just in the first eight weeks of 2022, we're already at 47 percent of the total VAERS submissions for 2021. There were 24,177 reports of pericarditis [and] myocarditis submitted to VAERS in 2021. In 2022, just through Feb. 25, there were 11,289 reports – which is nearly half of last year's total."
Horowitz projected that "if the reporting of myocarditis and pericarditis continues at this rate, we'll see over 73,000 cases this year." He asked: "What have we done to a generation of young hearts, and what is being done to detect, diagnose and treat the problem?"
The senior editor for the Blaze proposed two possible explanations for the sudden influx of VAERS reports in the first two months of 2022. "Either more people and doctors know about VAERS and know [how] to look for myocarditis, or there is a time bomb with many more people now realizing they have heart problems months later," he said.
"Either way, this means that the initial estimates of case prevalence were just the tip of the iceberg, and we are likely to see young hearts damaged for years to come."
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