(Daily Expose) – The U.K. Government have released the 22nd update highlighting adverse reactions to the Pfizer / BioNTech mRNA vaccine, Oxford / AstraZeneca Viral Vectored vaccine, and Moderna mRNA vaccine which have all been authorised for emergency use only in the United Kingdom.
The 22nd update covers adverse reactions inputted to the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme from the 9th December 2020, the day after the first Pfizer jab was administered in the United Kingdom up to the 23rd June 2021.
In the week since the 21st report, which covered adverse reactions reported up to the 21st February 2021, there have been a further 5,352 Yellow Cards for the Pfizer vaccine, 6,118 Yellow Cards for the Oxford vaccine, and 1,357 Yellow Cards for the Moderna vaccine.
However this does not reflect the total number of adverse reactions as a Yellow Card report can contain multiple averse reactions, and it is estimated that around only 1% – 10% of adverse reactions to the Covid jabs are actually reported to the scheme.
The Pfizer jab has so far had 223,404 reported adverse reactions, whereas the Oxford jab has had more than three times the amount, with 762,706 adverse reactions being reported up the 23rd June 2021. There have also been 18,548 adverse reactions to the Moderna vaccine, and 2,595 adverse reactions where the brand of vaccine was not specified. This means the total number of adverse reactions to the Covid vaccines has now surpassed the one million mark in the United Kingdom, now standing at a total of 1,007,253.
This means that for every 43 people that have been vaccinated an adverse reaction has been suffered.
We took a dive into the UK Governments 22nd update on adverse reactions to the Covid jabs and this is what we found…