Weekly COVID Vaccine Injury Report
Since our media simply refuse to report COVID vaccine death and serious injury rate, I am taking it upon myself to try and educate as many people as possible regarding the risks to COVID-19 injections, and particularly in our children.
Last week we had 87 new serious vaccine injuries (death/permanent disability), bringing the total to 5,899 serious vaccine adverse events in Canada in just 10 months.
0.010% of doses administered, according to the Government of Canada, will result in a serious vaccine injury.
Which means 0.02% of double vaccinated and 0.03% of triple vaccinated individuals face serious vaccine injury.
This translates into a rate of 200 per million double vaccinated and 300 per million triple vaccinated individuals, including children, will suffer a serious vaccine injury.
Considering the risk to COVID in our children is 1 per million, this represents a 200% greater chance of a child dying or being permanently disabled from a double dose of these COVID vaccines versus their risk to COVID itself.
If every single man, woman and child in Canada is double vaccinated, as our government and public health are demanding, this means the COVID vaccines will kill or permanently disable 7,800 Canadians - including the respective number of children, who are at pragmatically zero risk to COVID.
If every single man, woman and child in Canada is triple vaccinated, as our government and public health are indicating will come next, means the COVID vaccines will kill or permanently disable 11,700 Canadians - including the respective number of children, who again, are at pragmatically zero risk to COVID.
In addition to the atrocity outlined above, we have zero view into the long term ramifications of these vaccines. Typically speaking however, the long term ramifications of experimental treatments like this, are rarely less significant than the documented and existing short term consequences.
The formal definition of a 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