On July 20, 2022, the German Federal Ministry of Health posted a shocking tweet where it revealed that one out of every 5,000 COVID-19 vaccines causes "serious" side effects.
Translated from German, the tweet read: "One in 5,000 people [sic] is affected by a serious side effect after a COVID-19 #vaccination. If you suspect #sideffects, get medical attention and report your symptoms to @PEI_Germany."
PEI-Germany or the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) is Germany's federal agency, medical regulatory body and research institution for vaccines and biomedicines. (Related: Germany to revive mask mandate in September despite declining COVID-19 cases.)
According to journalist Alex Berenson, this one in 5,000 figure could be "a sharp underestimate" because side effect reporting systems for drugs and vaccines are often voluntary.
The COVID vaccine safety data used by the German Federal Ministry of Health to make this announcement is derived from a PEI safety report on side effects and vaccine complications occurring between December 27, 2020, and March 31, 2022. The report revealed that the rate of serious adverse reactions was 0.2 per 1,000 doses or one in 5,000 doses of coronavirus shots – not one in 5,000 COVID-19 vaccine recipients.
This means 5,000 administered doses of COVID-19 vaccines could be given to as few as 1,250 to 1,600 people, assuming they all receive at least three to four doses of the vaccine.
Meanwhile, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) webpage listed some worrying side effects of COVID-19 vaccines. Those documented so far include:
The CDC also cited data from the Vaccine Safety Datalink showing that the rate of GBS within three weeks after getting the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) shot was surprisingly 21 times higher than the rate of GBS within three weeks after getting an mRNA shot from either Moderna or Pfizer.
Within 42 days of receiving the J&J vaccine, the rate of GBS was 11 times higher than Moderna or Pfizer.
Underreporting of adverse effects is also very likely given the known historical rates of underreporting to the nation's passive vaccination safety surveillance system.
Visit Vaccines.news for more information about the side effects linked to coronavirus vaccines and booster shots.
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