16-06-21 04:00:00, USA: Reported post-vaccination deaths, 1990 to 2021 (OpenVAERS)
Updated: August 2, 2021
Published: June 16, 2021
The latest on covid vaccine adverse events.
Please note: SPR only covers vaccine-related issues that are of global importance. To study verified case reports of vaccine-related injuries and deaths, see Covid Vaccine Injuries (18+).
A) Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS)
On June 9, SPR highlighted increased rates of post-vaccination Guillain-Barré syndrome (an auto-immune neurological disease causing paralysis). Just one day later, the German Paul Ehrlich Institute, which monitors vaccine safety, confirmed that GBS occurred “at an increased rate” and might constitute a “new risk signal”. As with many other covid vaccine adverse events, GBS may affect people at low risk of severe covid (e.g. students), or even people who already had covid.
Update: In the UK alone, more than 400 cases of post-vaccination GBS have already been reported. On July 12, the US FDA confirmed an increased risk of GBS, especially after the J&J vaccine. SPR estimates that there may already be a few thousand cases of post-vaccination GBS in the US.
See a video of people affected by severe vaccine-induced GBS-like convulsions (18+).
A mother with post-vaccination Guillain-Barré syndrome (more) B) Pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers
US authorities have argued that covid vaccines “appear to be completely safe for pregnant women” (NIH) and “are thought not to be a risk to lactating people or their breastfeeding babies” (CDC). But these assessments may be questionable: The US VAERS system counts already 650 post-vaccination miscarriages, and it has been known since March that covid mRNA vaccines, or the coronavirus spike protein they produce, may get into breast milk and, thus, enter, sicken and kill a baby (18+).
Update: According to the Sunday Times, several thousand British women have reported post-vaccination menstrual disorders, such as excessive bleeding.
A breastfeeding baby with fatal internal bleeding (more) C) Heart muscle inflammation and heart attacks
Back in March,