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Vaccine injuries latest – you won’t read all about it in the Times

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EMAILED over the weekend by a reader who said it seemed a fair while since he’d seen any MHRA Yellow Card data analysis on TCW, I checked back. He was right and wrong. We’d omitted to publish our latest full analysis of the MHRA October 7 update though I had included several points of note from it in this article on October 13. 

Just how important it is that we do keep publishing it was underlined for me by the Times yesterday. In one of the most ignorant, prejudiced and libellous pieces of reporting I have read in that organ since the start of the Covid – and the Times has form – headlined ‘Antivaxers applaud Tory MP Christopher Chope as he questions safety of Covid vaccines’, their ‘political reporter’, George Grylls, belatedly ‘reporting’ on the Westminster Hall Vaccine Safety debate eight days ago, which I am pretty sure he did not attend, pulled out all the stops. His purpose was simple: it was not to report (that would have involved going into the data and interviewing those who petitioned for and spoke in the debate) but to smear with the purpose of demonising and invalidating anyone who has the temerity to question the safety or effectiveness of the novel technology Covid-19 ‘vaccines’. Petitioners were smeared ‘anti-vaxxers’ and ‘conspiracy theorists’; Sir Christopher Chope and fellow Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen were accused of making false claims (on the say-so of nameless ‘fact-checkers’) and Oracle Films, documentary makers of Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion,  of being an ‘anti-vax conspiracy’ group.

Does the Times really think this counts as political reporting?

It made me wonder once again whether this defamer in reporter’s guise or his editor are even aware of the Yellow Card adverse effects reports? After all, the Times has shown no interest in reporting unprecedented vaccine injury rates which in the past would have led to the vaccine’s early withdrawal, and which, when asked by Sally Beck recently of the MHRA, are likely to be just 10 per cent of the true total.

So here, especially for George Grylls and the Times, is the latest MRHA data breakdown of adverse events within two weeks of vaccination.

In summary to date: 

More than one and half million adverse reactions reported, just under half a million people affected, 2,272 adult fatalities and seven under-18s (recorded in Table 11), figures that the MHRA itself acknowledges are underreported. 

MHRA Yellow Card reporting summary up to September 28 2022 (Data published October 7)

Adult & Child – Primary, Third Dose & Boosters (mono/bivalent)

Primary doses

 • Pfizer – 27.2million people 

 • AstraZeneca – 24.9m people

 • Moderna – 1.7m people

Overall 1 in 116 people injected experience a Yellow Card Adverse Event, which may be less than 10 per cent of actual figures according to MHRA.

Total doses administered – 83.1m (Pfizer) + 49.16m (AZ) + 12.7m (Moderna) 

Vaccine uptake data for autumn booster (mono/bivalent) not published.

1st doses = 53,832,410 (all brands)

2nd doses = 50,800,539

Boosters = 40,453,549 (30.9m Pfizer, 59,000 AZ, 9.4m Moderna)

TOTAL = 145,086,498 doses not including autumn booster

Adverse event report figures below include both mono- and bivalent vaccines.

Booster Yellow Card Reports – 32,299 (Pfizer) + 615 (AZ) + 19,479 (Moderna) + 222 (Unknown) = 52,615

Reactions – 499,965 (Pfizer) + 873,051 (AZ) + 138,950 (Moderna) + 28 (Novavax) + 5,646 (Unknown) = 1,517,540

Reports – 173,381 (Pfizer) + 246,393 (AZ) + 42,436 (Moderna) + 14 (Novavax) + 1,848 (Unknown) = 464,072 people impacted including bivalent vaccines (increase 2,593 in 5 weeks)

Fatal – 826 (Pfizer) + 1,314 (AZ) + 82 (Moderna) + 50 (Unknown) = 2,272 

(35 new deaths minus 3 deaths removed from total = increase by 32 deaths in 5 weeks)

Blood Disorders – 17,255 (Pfizer) + 7,911 (AZ) + 2,669 (Moderna) + 66 (Unknown) = 27,901

Anaphylaxis – 669 (Pfizer) + 888 (AZ) + 99 (Moderna) + 3 (Unknown) = 1,659

Acute Cardiac – 13,815 (Pfizer) + 11,700 (AZ) + 3,694 (Moderna) + 123 (Unknown) = 29,332

Eye Disorders – 8,276 (Pfizer) + 15,069 (AZ) + 1,755 (Moderna) + 99 (Unknown) = 25,199

Blindness – 175 (Pfizer) + 330 (AZ) + 45 (Moderna) + 4 (Unknown) = 554

Deafness – 313 (Pfizer) + 446 (AZ) + 58 (Moderna) + 6 (Unknown) = 823

Infections – 13,157 (Pfizer) + 20,797 (AZ) + 2,779 (Moderna) + 223 (Unknown) = 36,956

Spontaneous Abortions – 503 + 17 stillbirths/foetal deaths (Pfizer) + 239 + 5 stillbirths (AZ) + 71 + 1 stillbirth (Moderna) + 8 (Unknown) = 821 miscarriages

Gastrointestinal Disorders – 43,196 (Pfizer) + 81,298 (AZ) + 12,500 (Moderna) + 4 (Novavax) + 429 (Unknown) = 137,427

Nervous System Disorders – 82,865 (Pfizer) + 183,917 (AZ) + 22,746 (Moderna) + 9 (Novavax) + 974 (Unknown) = 290,511

Headaches & Migraines – 36,198 (Pfizer) + 94,199 (AZ) + 10,561 (Moderna) + 2 (Novavax) + 360 (Unknown) = 141,320

Nausea & Vomiting – 21,124 (Pfizer) + 45,645 (AZ) + 7,446 (Moderna) + 218 (Unknown) = 74,433

Paralysis – 537 (Pfizer) + 912 (AZ) + 132 (Moderna) + 11 (Unknown) = 1592

Seizures – 1,173 (Pfizer) + 2,109 (AZ) + 313 (Moderna) + 27 (Unknown) = 3,622

Tremor – 2,256 (Pfizer) + 10,000 (AZ) + 821 (Moderna) + 52 (Unknown) = 13,129

Respiratory Disorders – 22,420 (Pfizer) + 30,133 (AZ) + 4,883 (Moderna) + 238 (Unknown) = 57,674

Strokes and CNS haemorrhages – 847 (Pfizer) + 2,410 (AZ) + 83 (Moderna) + 23 (Unknown) = 3,363

Skin Disorders – 35,093 (Pfizer) + 53,722 (AZ) + 14,117 (Moderna) + 3 (Novavax) + 405 (Unknown) = 103,340

Reproductive/Breast Disorders – 31,632 (Pfizer) + 20,969 (AZ) + 5,330 (Moderna) + 1 (Novavax) + 239 (Unknown) = 58,171

Vascular Disorders – 7,795 (Pfizer) + 14,107 (AZ) + 1,480 (Moderna) + 1 (Novavax) + 122 (Unknown) = 23,505

Children & young people special report

Suspected side effects reported in individuals under 18 years old

 • Pfizer – 4,200,000 children (1st doses) plus 2,900,000 second doses & 200,000 boosters resulting in 4,121 Yellow Cards

 • AZ – 11,500 children (1st doses) plus 8,700 second doses & ‘extremely limited boosters’ resulting in 266 Yellow Cards (reporting rate 1 in 43)

 • Moderna – 2,200 children (1st doses) and 2,100 second doses & 2,400 boosters resulting in 37 Yellow Cards

 • Brand Unspecified – 35 Yellow Cards

Total = 4,213,700 children injected (under-18s)

Total doses (1st, 2nd & boosters) = 7,326,900

Total Yellow Cards Under 18s = 4,459

Full reports including 375 pages of specific reaction listingscan be found here.  

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