Pfizer’s 1st 90 days= 42K adverse events, 1,223 deaths, 9% “spontaneous abortion”…

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According to an official Pfizer document titled Cumulative Analysis of Post-Authorization Adverse Event Records Reports, in just the first 90 days of the vaccine’s roll out under the FDA’s EUA – from December 1st. 2020 – February 28th, 2021 – there were TENS OF THOUSANDS of reported adverse reactions, including OVER 1200 DEATHS.

The report can be downloaded in PDF here:

It’s important to note: This is with them fluffing the numbers and not reporting EVERYTHING! – pg 6 “…only those having a complete workflow cycle (which they internally dictate) … are included…This approach prevents the inclusion of cases that are not fully processed hence not accurately reflecting final information.”, and proceed to discuss adding new technology and FT employees to handle the “large numbers of spontaneous adverse event reports received for the product”.

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From the report:
(page 7); Of the 42,086 adverse events reported 1,223 died in the 90 day period, 11,361 still hadn’t recovered at the time of the report (so who knows how many more of them have since died), 520 had recovered with sequelae (an aftereffect of a disease, condition, or injury – so with known lasting damages / effects).

(page 12) “Pregnancy outcomes for the 270 pregnancies were reported as spontaneous abortion (25), outcome pending (5), premature birth with neonatal death (2), spontaneous abortion with intrauterine death (2), spontaneous abortion with neonatal death (1)…49 non-serious and 75 (27.78% chance) serious…”

(page 14) There were 1,649 cases where they knew the drug was ineffective, 1,625 of them being “serious”.

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Their “Conclusion”? “There were no safety signals that emerged from the review of these cases.”


h/t Sumsitup

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