There are various official, governmental reporting databases which collect and publish information on adverse reactions and deaths from vaccines/pharmaceutical drugs, and which collect and publish data since the covid ‘DNA altering treatments’ (aka covid vaccines) were initiated. Some of the main databases are listed below.
Europe: EudraVigilance, managed by European Medicines Agency – http://www.adrreports.eu/en/background.html
Up to 09 October 2021, there have been 27,247 vaccine deaths and 2,563,768 vaccine injuries in EEA countries since rollout of covid vaccines.
An earlier report from April lists vaccine injuries by country and type – See: https://vaccineimpact.com/2021/6662-dead-299065-injuries-european-database-of-adverse-drug-reactions-for-covid-19-vaccines/ [published 16/04/2021, accessed 16/05/2021], or download a copy here [PDF, 8 pages]
UK: Yellow Card Scheme, managed by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) – https://coronavirus-yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk/datasummary
Results from the Yellow Card Scheme in the UK are published in weekly reports available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-vaccine-adverse-reactions.
From 09 December 2020 when covid vaccines were first administered in the UK, up to 07 July 2021, there have already been a total of 1,470 deaths and 1,056,541 adverse events in the UK, including anaphylaxis (severe allegy), Bell’s Palsy, strokes, heart infections, blood clots, low platelets and death (equates to a total of 317,025 people with vaccine injuries/deaths).
Note that not all adverse events and/or deaths linked to covid vaccines are necessarily reported, as there seems to be a tendency for some medical staff to insist illness and death are nothing to do with the covid vaccines, even if reactions are immediately or soon after innoculation, and sometimes even if the recipient was otherwise healthy.
USA: Vaccine Adverse Reporting System (VAERS), managed by the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) – https://vaers.hhs.gov/data.html
From 01 December 2020 to 09 July 2021, a total of 10,991 deaths have already been recorded by VAERS in the USA as a result of covid vaccines.
This is many times more than the number of deaths recorded from other vaccines for the PREVIOUS 29 YEARS!
See: https://healthimpactnews.com/2021/cdc-5888-dead-329021-injuries-from-covid-19-shots-more-than-previous-29-years-of-vaers-vaccine-deaths/ [published 12/06/2021, accessed 24/06/2021], or download a copy here [PDF, 62 pages]. When you’ve read the article, you can scroll down on the same page for a frequently updated list of real life stories about individuals suffering or dying from covid vaccines.
Virginia Stoner writes about the huge increase in deaths reported to VAERS since the rollout of covid vaccines in late 2020, compared to the last three decades of vaccine deaths.
See: http://www.virginiastoner.com/writing/2021/5/4/the-deadly-covid-19-vaccine-coverup [published 04/05/2021, accessed 15/05/2021], or download a copy of her article here [PDF, 9 pages].
Australia: Database of Adverse Events Notifications (DAEN), managed by Australian Government Department of Health – https://apps.tga.gov.au/PROD/DAEN/daen-entry.aspx
Up to 14 October 2021, a total of 69,410 adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) have been reported. This includes a total of 597 deaths in people recently vaccinated.
See: https://www.tga.gov.au/periodic/covid-19-vaccine-weekly-safety-report-14-10-2021 [published 14/10/2021, accessed 19/10/2021].
Canada: Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI)/Canadian Adverse Events Following Immunization Surveillance System (CAEFISS), managed by Health Canada and Public Health Agency of Canada – https://health-infobase.canada.ca/covid-19/vaccine-safety/
Up to 09 July 2021, the Canadian covid vaccine adverse event monitoring database has received 9,615 adverse event reports (which include 2,222 serious adverse event reports) – totalling 25,930 adverse events and 134 deaths. See: https://health-infobase.canada.ca/covid-19/vaccine-safety/ [accessed 18/07/2021].
The Canadian health authority’s definition of ‘Serious Adverse Event’ is as follows:
An event is considered serious if it:
results in death
is life-threatening (an event/reaction in which the patient was at real, rather than hypothetical, risk of death at the time of the event/reaction)
requires in-patient hospitalization or prolongation of existing hospitalization
results in persistent or significant disability/incapacity, or
results in a congenital anomaly/birth defect