We told you last week how the UK Government had released a report highlighting adverse reactions to both the Pfizer and Oxford / Astrazeneca vaccines. The report covered data inputted to the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme from the 9th December 2020 up to the 24th January 2021. Well the UK Government has since released a second edition of the report up to the 31st January 2021, and things have not improved.
In the previous report we told you how the rate of adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines equated to 1 in every 333 people. Well we’re sorry to report (but not surprised) that the rate has now increased. The rate now equates to 1 in every 250 people suffering with adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines.
Last time we told you about some of the major adverse reactions to the Pfizer vaccine, these included 5 people going blind, 21 people suffering brain damage, 4 miscarriages, 7 cases of sudden death and overall 107 reported fatal outcomes.
Well this time we decided to take a look at some of the more serious adverse reactions to the Oxford / Astrazeneca vaccine and this is what we found…