As of 21 March, 28.8 million doses of experimental gene-based vaccines have been injected into the UK public, resulting in 141,079 reports of 494,493 adverse reactions, including 713 deaths shortly after injection. That's an overall adverse reaction rate of 0.49% per dose.
Adverse reactions to AstraZeneca's product include: 2,411 blood disorders (2 fatal); 3,768 cardiac disorder (51 fatal); 2,574 ear disorders; 4,566 eye disorders; 39,988 gastrointestinal disorders (6 fatal); 131,533 general disorders (196 fatal);
1,109 immune system disorders (1 fatal); 7,375 infections (57 fatal); 2,201 injuries (1 fatal); 4,679 metabolic disorders (2 fatal); 47,015 muscle and tissue disorders (1 fatal); 63 neoplasms (1 fatal); 81,702 disorders of the nervous system (49 fatal); 56 pregnancy conditions;
6,756 psychiatric disorders; 1,044 renal and urinary disorders (1 fatal); 839 reproductive and breast disorders; 10,643 respiratory disorders (40 fatal); 20,379 skin disorders; and 3,662 vascular disorders (22 fatal).
For the DNA-based AstraZeneca vaccine, that's a total of 377,487 adverse reactions, including 421 deaths, in 99,817 people from 15.8 million injections. That's 1 or more adverse reactions in 0.63% of those being tested.
Adverse reactions to Pfizer's product include: 3,204 blood disorders (1 fatal); 1,462 cardiac disorder (39 fatal); 1,108 ear disorders; 1,758 eye disorders; 12,682 gastrointestinal disorders (14 fatal); 34,688 general disorders (126 fatal);
652 immune system disorders (1 fatal); 2,653 infections (51 fatal); 669 injuries (2 fatal); 741 metabolic disorders (1 fatal); 15,714 muscle and tissue disorders; 43 neoplasms; 22,156 disorders of the nervous system (19 fatal); 45 pregnancy conditions (2 fatal);
1,796 psychiatric disorders; 294 renal and urinary disorders (2 fatal); 605 reproductive and breast disorders; 14,9323 respiratory disorders (19 fatal); 8,425 skin disorders (1 fatal); and 1,462 vascular disorders (4 fatal).
For the mRNA-based Pfizer vaccine, that's a total of 116,627 adverse reactions, including 283 deaths, in 40,883 people, resulting from 13 million injections. That's 1 or more adverse reactions in 0.31% of those being tested.
All these figures are from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency. Although an agency of the DHSC, this is entirely funded by the pharmaceutical industry it regulates, including AstraZeneca, Pfizer and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.…

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