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Shock rise in vaccine injury to the young

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CONFIRMING our worst fears, there has been an alarming rise in child adverse reactions to the Covid vaccine compared with just two weeks ago.   

The latest Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) data reveals that a total of 2,257 Yellow Card notifications – adverse reactions – were declared this week for under-18s, a significant increase of 377 from the 1,880 reported two weeks ago.   


Of deep concern too is the one in 47 adverse reactions reported for the 11,000 children who, unaccountably, were given the AstraZeneca jab.  

How is this possible? AstraZeneca was advised last May as inapppropriate for under-40s, well before the child vaccination programme was approved. Were physically vulnerable children used as guinea pigs?   

Equally concerning is the potential scale of the hidden figures – the many adverse reactions that are still going unacknowledged and unreported.  

How many injured by the jab are in denial? How many haven’t been able to even get adverse reactions checked out at all, given the collapse of GP services? How many doctors – if you can get to see one – take such reports seriously and how many would dismiss the reaction as coincidence?  

We need a renewed determination to report adverse reactions, most especially given the recent reckless rollout of the vaccine to children. This where you go to make a report.  


The latest figures also show an overall increase in the rate of adverse reactions, up from one in 130 two weeks ago to one in 128.  

Deaths are also significantly up from 1,789 to 1,822. That is 33 more since the last report, a figure that should make headlines, but once again it is ignored by the mainstream media.

This is the full data breakdown by vaccine and adverse reaction:  

MHRA Yellow Card reporting summary up to December 1, 2021 (data published December 9, 2021)  

Adult – primary and booster/third dose, child administration  

Pfizer: 24.6million people, 45.5m doses. Yellow Card reporting rate: One in 177 people impacted.  

Astrazeneca: 24.9million people, 49million doses. Yellow Card reporting rate: One in 104 people impacted.  

Moderna: 1.5million people, 2.8million doses. Yellow Card reporting rate: One in 73 people impacted.  

Overall, one in 128 people injected experienced a Yellow Card Adverse Event, which may be less than ten per cent of actual figures, according to MHRA.  

Adult booster or third doses given: 19,015,975 people.  

Yellow Card reports: 12,211 (Pfizer) + 174 (AZ) + 2,831 (Moderna) + 72 (Unknown) = 15,288.  

Reactions: 397,054 (Pfizer) + 846,131 (AZ) + 67,504 (Moderna) + 3,970 (unknown) = 1,314,659.  

Reports: 139,263 (Pfizer) + 238,641 (AZ) + 20,520 (Moderna) + 1,307 (unknown) = 399,731 people impacted.  

Fatal: 634 (Pfizer) + 1,138 (AZ) + 18 (Moderna) + 32 (unknown) = 1,822.  

Blood disorders: 13,556 (Pfizer) + 7,611 (AZ) + 1,223 (Moderna) + 57 (Unknown) = 22,447.  

Pulmonary embolism and deep vein thrombosis: 719 (Pfizer) + 2,927 (AZ) + 33 (Moderna) + 22 (unknown) = 3,701.  

Anaphylaxis: 568 (Pfizer) + 846 (AZ) + 54 (Moderna) + 2 (unknown) = 1,470.  

Acute cardiac: 8,173 (Pfizer) + 10,211 (AZ) + 1,130 (Moderna) + 66 (unknown) = 19,580.  

Pericarditis/myocarditis: 827 (Pfizer) + 361 (AZ) + 169 (Moderna) + 5 (unknown) = 1,362.  

Infections: 9,353 (Pfizer) + 19,233 (AZ) + 1,144 (Moderna) + 117 (unknown) = 29,847.  

Headaches and migraines: 30,483 (Pfizer) + 93,040 (AZ) + 4,876 (Moderna) + 302 (unknown) = 128,701  

Eye disorders: 6,563 (Pfizer) + 14,404 (AZ) + 780 (Moderna) + 74 (unknown) = 21,821  

Blindness: 126 (Pfizer) + 304 (AZ) + 18 (Moderna) + 4 (unknown) = 452.  

Deafness: 239 (Pfizer) + 401 (AZ) + 21 (Moderna) + 3 (unknown) = 663.  

Spontaneous abortions: 390 + 1 premature baby death/ 12 stillbirth/foetal death (8 recorded as fatal) (Pfizer) + 215 + 5 stillbirth (AZ) + 39 (Moderna) + 3 (Unknown) = 647 miscarriages.  

Skin disorders: 27,698 (Pfizer) + 52,095 (AZ) + 8,536 (Moderna) + 279 (unknown) = 88,608.  

Psychiatric disorders: 8,272 (Pfizer) + 17,834 (AZ) + 1,310 (Moderna) + 93 (unknown) = 27,509.  

Facial paralysis including Bell’s Palsy: 889 (Pfizer) + 957 (AZ) + 71 (Moderna) + 7 (unknown) = 1,924.  

Nervous system disorders: 67,953 (Pfizer) + 179,330 (AZ) + 10,811 (Moderna) + 726 (unknown) = 258,820.  

Strokes and CNS (central nervous system) haemorrhages: 647 (Pfizer) + 2,175 (AZ) + 22 (Moderna) + 11 (unknown) = 2,855.  

Guillain-Barré Syndrome: 69 (Pfizer) + 468 (AZ) + 7 (Moderna) + 6 (unknown) = 550.  

Confusion and disorientation: 1,195 (Pfizer) + 2,903 (AZ) + 152 (Moderna) + 20 (unknown) = 4,270.  

Respiratory Disorders: 17,228 (Pfizer) + 28,695 (AZ) + 1,970 (Moderna) + 161 (unknown) = 48,004.  

Seizures: 927 (Pfizer) + 1,991 (AZ) + 163 (Moderna) + 15 (unknown) = 3,096.  

Paralysis: 402 (Pfizer) + 827 (AZ) + 53 (Moderna) + 6 (unknown) = 1,288.  

Haemorrhage (all types): 3,635 (Pfizer) + 5,189 (AZ) + 478 (Moderna) + 39 (unknown) = 9,341.  

Vomiting: 4,409 (Pfizer) + 11,533 (AZ) + 915 (Moderna) + 49 (unknown) = 16,906.  

Reproductive/breast disorders: 25,010 (Pfizer) + 19,540 (AZ) + 3,296 (Moderna) + 164 (unknown) = 48,010.  

Children and young people special report (ninth week) – suspected side-effects reported in under-18s.  

Pfizer: 2,700,000 children (1st doses) plus 497,500 second doses resulting in 1,997 Yellow Cards (up 124 from last week).  

AZ: 11,500 children (1st doses) plus 10,000 second doses resulting in 244 Yellow Cards (up 1). Reporting rate, one in 147  

Moderna: 18,200 children (1st doses) and 14,000 second doses resulting in 7 Yellow cards (up 1).  

Brand unspecified: 9 Yellow Cards  (up 1).  

Total = 2,729,700 children injected. Total Yellow Cards under-18s = 2,257  

See Annex One for full reports including 329 pages of specific reaction listings. 

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