Adverse reactions to Covid-19 vaccines have officially topped 1 million cases, according to CDC data which also reports over 21,000 deaths.
Additionally, the data, compiled for the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, revealed over 3,400 miscarriages by pregnant women and over 35,000 people permanently disabled.
Furthermore, over 110,000 people ended up in the hospital due to their adverse reactions to the shots.
The data was updated on Dec. 24.
Reports to VAERS are voluntary, meaning that there’s likely far more unreported cases.
According to the Dept. of Health and Human Services:
The strengths of VAERS are that it is national in scope and can quickly provide an early warning of a safety problem with a vaccine. As part of CDC and FDA’s multi-system approach to post-licensure vaccine safety monitoring, VAERS is designed to rapidly detect unusual or unexpected patterns of adverse events, also known as “safety signals.”
Which leads to this question: Why is the federal government pushing Covid-19 vaccines so hard given the number of adverse reactions, deaths and miscarriages reported above?