Covid Vaccine side effects, list released by Pfizer:
You can get a basic rundown here if you don't want to read the 1291 different adverse side effects list from the link above:
Clinical trial data contradicts ‘safe and effective’ government/industry mantraWashington, DC, March 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In a 55,000-page set of documents released on Tuesday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) is for the...finance.yahoo.com
Once again the anti "experimental covid vaccine" people were vindicated and right to be concerned about the side effects of putting experimental concoctions into our bodies, we trusted nature to do it's own thing and it did it a hell of a lot better than pfizer did.
Here's a quick overview of adverse side effects for those that don't want to read this links:
“LIST OF ADVERSE EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST,” that lists 1,291 different adverse events following vaccination. The list includes acute kidney injury, acute flaccid myelitis, anti-sperm antibody positive, brain stem embolism, brain stem thrombosis, cardiac arrest, cardiac failure, cardiac ventricular thrombosis, cardiogenic shock, central nervous system vasculitis, death neonatal, deep vein thrombosis, encephalitis brain stem, encephalitis hemorrhagic, frontal lobe epilepsy, foaming at mouth, epileptic psychosis, facial paralysis, fetal distress syndrome, gastrointestinal amyloidosis, generalized tonic-clonic seizure, Hashimoto's encephalopathy, hepatic vascular thrombosis, herpes zoster reactivation, immune-mediated hepatitis, interstitial lung disease, jugular vein embolism, juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, liver injury, low birth weight, multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, myocarditis, neonatal seizure, pancreatitis, pneumonia, stillbirth, tachycardia, temporal lobe epilepsy, testicular autoimmunity, thrombotic cerebral infarction, Type 1 diabetes mellitus, venous thrombosis neonatal, and vertebral artery thrombosis among 1,246 other medical conditions following vaccination.
Just for clarity.
Number of adverse events or number of specific different side effects?
Medically speaking, they are entirely different statistics.
And out of how many doses delivered?
Just for comparison, here's a scientific paper on the risks of antimicrobials.
To gather information about antibiotic side effects to be used as a reference and learning resource for prescribing physicians.A search of websites of various independent national agencies and recent review articles was performed. A summary table of adverse ...