(Natural News) Despite claims that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are safe for public use, reports made on the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) suggest otherwise. VAERS data also indicates that many fetal deaths are linked to COVID-19 vaccines.
The coronavirus vaccines haven’t been tested on pregnant women for ethical reasons. However, the COVID-19 vaccine was also pushed onto expecting, breastfeeding and trying-to-conceive mothers, such as Pfizer’s Comirnaty, which received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
This is dealt with in Section 13.1 of the package insert for the Pfizer vaccine. Section 13.1 states that the drug has not been evaluated for “the potential to cause carcinogenicity, genotoxicity or impairment of male fertility.” Additionally, only a single developmental toxicity study in rats indicates no vaccine-related effects on female fertility.
While officials have acknowledged that there is limited data about the effects of COVID-19 vaccines on pregnant women, they are also currently asking pregnant women to volunteer for studies to address this “information gap.”
For example, the MotherToBaby website is inviting pregnant women who have received a COVID-19 vaccine to join an observational study. MothertoBaby is a pregnancy exposure registry listed on the Comirnaty package insert.
The MotherToBaby website claims that all of its research will be conducted by phone and that participants will not be asked to visit an office. Additionally, the study will allegedly “provide critical information for future moms-to-be and the medical community.”
The MotherToBaby observational study is accepting volunteers who have received one dose or more of a COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy or within one month of getting pregnant. Unfortunately, data collected by the U.S. government revealed that thousands of women have experienced various adverse effects after vaccination.
According to earlier studies, the rate of adverse events captured in VAERS has been largely underreported. Data from VAERS is monitored closely by the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Numbers don’t lie
As of April 1, VAERS has recorded over 4,023 deaths of unborn children occurring shortly after their pregnant mothers received the COVID-19 vaccine. That’s way too many compared to 565 fetal deaths reported to VAERS after expectant mothers received the flu vaccines in the past three decades.
By comparing the flu shots for the previous 30 years to the COVID-19 shots in the past 16 months, you can get an average of 1.5 fetal deaths per month following the flu shots and an average of 251 fetal deaths a month following the COVID-19 vaccines. That is a 16,633 percent increase in fetal deaths following COVID-19 vaccines compared to flu vaccines.
While a report to VAERS is not proof in itself that the vaccine actually caused the adverse events and fetal deaths, all these reports need to be taken into consideration as officials are still finding out exactly how safe – or unsafe – the coronavirus vaccines are. (Related: VAERS data show COVID vaccine deaths SURPASS those caused by other shots.)
This is how the CDC describes VAERS on the agency website: “The information collected by VAERS can quickly provide an early warning of a potential safety problem with a vaccine. Patterns of adverse events, or an unusually high number of adverse events reported after a particular vaccine, are called “signals.” Once a signal is identified through VAERS, researchers may conduct further studies to determine if the signal represents an actual risk.
Clearly, VAERS data matters. And unlike Big Pharma’s claims, the 4,023 fetal deaths recorded in women who got the COVID-19 are a clear warning that the vaccines aren’t safe at all for pregnant women. A good argument can be made that they’re not actually safe for everyone.
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