V-safe This is an app that allows you to record your impressions after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.
This release was the result of a lawsuit brought by ICAN for the CDC’s failure to release v-safe data as required by the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
In light of the recent CDC Advisory Committee on Immunizations (ACIP) decision Data from the v-safe system may be further valuable and informative to add vaccination against COVID-19 to the recommended immunization schedules for adults and children over 6 months of age.
ICAN continues to scrutinize the data it receives from v-safe’s more than 10 million users, but so far, “782,913 people, or more than 7.7% of v-safe She has experienced a health event requiring intervention and treatment.” and/or hospitalization. ”
Among the 13,000 children under the age of 2 whose reports are included in the data, “more than 33,000 experienced symptoms significant enough to report, with hypersensitivity being the most common symptom.” , insomnia, pain, and anorexia.”
ICAN is Dashboard Anyone can see the data sorted so far.
V-safe only includes data from about 4% of people who received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Angelina Farrera, a 25-year pediatrician who runs a clinic in Webster, called the CDC’s recommendations for COVID-19 vaccinations for children “heartbreaking” in an interview with. Texan.
She does not believe that vaccines that are not fully FDA-approved and offered under an Emergency Use Authorization should be part of the recommendations.
“It’s still not safe and the effectiveness is terrible,” said Falera, who is a member of the Freedom Doctor Alliance and has spoken at multiple conferences about the impact of COVID-19 and the policies and practices implemented during the pandemic. I’m here.
Farella pointed out that minors under the age of 21 are enrolled in Medicaid. receive All ACIP-recommended vaccines, including the newly recommended COVID-19 vaccine, free of charge.
She said potential side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine, like myocarditis, pose all the risks and most children are not at risk of serious illness or hospitalization from the COVID-19 variant. I don’t see any benefit.
CDC itself recognize The COVID-19 mRNA vaccine is “at increased risk of myocarditis and pericarditis … especially in men aged 12 to 39”. Myocarditis and pericarditis are conditions involving inflammation of the heart or tissues surrounding the heart.
CDC recommends that men in the specified age groups are counseled about their risk of myocarditis and pericarditis and the need for treatment if either develops.
Dr. Peter McCullough, Renowned cardiologist from Dallas, known for driving early treatment protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. recent articles He believes the recent outbreak of sudden adult death syndrome is the result of myocarditis.
“Because more than half of COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis are asymptomatic, the first symptom may be collapse due to abnormal heart rhythm, and the path to death is rapid and rapid unless resuscitated quickly. It’s final,” he explained.
States are not required to adopt the CDC-recommended vaccination schedule.Browsing Texas Department of Health Recommendations For childhood vaccines, click the link to go directly to the CDC schedule.
In Texas, parents ask for exemption From primary and secondary school vaccination requirements.
In October 2021, Governor Greg Abbott will presidential decree Prohibits coercing people to receive a COVID-19 injection if they object to receiving it on personal conscience, religious or medical grounds.
The agreed scheduling sequence that led to the release of the v-safe data did not include the release of open-ended questions that could provide more data on the effects suffered by participants.
The order stated that the parties would work together to resolve the outstanding portion of ICAN’s FOIA request and seek free response data.
https://thetexan.news/nearly-800000-health-events-after-covid-19-vaccine-shown-in-cdcs-released-v-safe-data/ Nearly 800,000 ‘health events’ after COVID-19 vaccine shown in CDC’s released ‘V-Safe’ data