CDC unveils hidden cache of COVID-19 vaccine injury reports

by | Apr 4, 2024

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has made public previously undisclosed reports documenting cases of adverse events that occurred after individuals received COVID-19 vaccinations.

The 780,000 reports were submitted shortly after the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and detail a variety of post-vaccination issues encountered by individuals, such as heart inflammation, miscarriages, seizures, and facial paralysis.

One report detailed how, immediately following injection, a vaccine recipient had a seizure and lost consciousness. Another claims a diagnosis of Bells Palsy due to facial numbness and paralysis. Individuals submitted these reports via V-safe, a text-message system established by the CDC specifically for monitoring potential side effects of COVID-19 vaccines.

For years, the CDC opted not to disclose the V-safe data to the public. Instead, it published studies characterizing the reports as offering reassurance regarding the safety of the vaccines. However, data released in 2022 revealed that nearly 8 percent of the 10 million users sought medical attention or hospital care following vaccination. Additionally, many others reported disruptions to their daily lives, such as missing school, work, or other routine activities.

U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, appointed by President Trump, not only mandated the release of the above mentioned data but also ordered the agency in January to divulge the free-text entries from another section where individuals could detail their experiences. The judge dismissed the government's assertions that processing the responses and redacting sensitive information would be overly burdensome.

The initial two batches, totaling 780,000 reports from approximately 523,000 individuals, encompass numerous instances of heart inflammation, hundreds of cases of facial paralysis, and thousands of reports of tinnitus. Some individuals expressed experiencing such severe symptoms that they struggled with suicidal thoughts.

The free-text section of the surveys served as the sole avenue for individuals to report adverse events, including heart inflammation, despite the CDC's awareness of the potential for such events from previously released documents. Additional documents revealed that the CDC became aware of the possibility of COVID-19 vaccines causing myocarditis (heart inflammation) and pericarditis early in 2021 but chose not to disclose this information to the public.

Source: ZeroHedge

 

 

Share this

Top News

Missiles strike Iran near city of Isfahan

Missiles strike Iran near city of Isfahan

Explosions were reported within Iran by Iranian state media, multiple central Iranian sites near the city of Isfahan have been struck. Flights in western Iran were reportedly being diverted early Friday morning local time, as per the Associated Press. Isfahan is known...

Judge Merchan to allow Trump access to private info

Judge Merchan to allow Trump access to private info

President Trump and his legal team have been granted access to private information by the judge overseeing his criminal case in New York. This decision came after multiple jurors expressed apprehension about their identities being disclosed. Trump's legal team raised...

White House calls for Historic Saudi-Israel deal

White House calls for Historic Saudi-Israel deal

According to U.S. and Saudi officials, the Biden administration is advocating for a diplomatic agreement in the near future, aiming to persuade Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to agree to a renewed commitment to Palestinian statehood. In return, Riyadh would...

Judge rules Jan. 6 lawsuits against Trump may continue

Judge rules Jan. 6 lawsuits against Trump may continue

U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta has ruled that lawsuits filed by members of Congress and police officers against Donald Trump for his ‘actions’ on January 6 may proceed, despite the ongoing criminal case against him in Washington. Trump's request to pause the lawsuits...

Two jurors dismissed in hush money case

Two jurors dismissed in hush money case

Two jurors have been dismissed from Trump’s Manhattan hush money trial after one expressed concerns about the media revealing her identity, and another was questioned about the honesty of his answers. The dismissed first juror expressed concerns about her identity...

Polish President meets Trump in New York

Polish President meets Trump in New York

President Trump on Wednesday night convened with Polish President Andrzej Duda, marking another instance in a string of discussions he's had with foreign leaders. Their meeting took place at Trump Tower in New York City, where Trump is residing while attending his...

Trump requests deadline delay in classified documents case

Trump requests deadline delay in classified documents case

Trump's lawyers in a court filing Thursday told Judge Aileen Cannon that jury selection in his Manhattan hush money case is "proceeding expeditiously,” contending that this is good reason for Cannon to postpone some filing deadlines in his classified documents case in...

Hunter Biden asks appeals court to dismiss gun charges

Hunter Biden asks appeals court to dismiss gun charges

Hunter Biden has requested the Third Circuit to dismiss his felony firearms-related charges on Wednesday, following a lower court judge's affirmation of the Justice Department's authority to prosecute him. Joe Biden's son is presently charged with one count of...