The UK Government/MHRA has released the 24th update on adverse reactions to Covid-19 vaccines that have been reported to the Yellow Card scheme, and this week we dug deeper than ever before into the report and discovered an extremely concerning set of reactions that have been overlooked – birth defects.
On December 8, 2021, the Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) granted emergency authorisation to the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine. The MHRA Yellow Card scheme has been open to the public, doctors, and nurses since this date, allowing them to report any adverse reactions to any of the Covid-19 vaccinations.
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The first report, released in early February by the UK Government/MHRA, covers adverse reactions documented up until January 24, 2021. Blindness, stroke, miscarriage, abrupt death, and a variety of other fatalities were among the reactions listed in this report.
Unfortunately, the types of reactions and the quantity of reactions have become more concerning and severe by the week in the weeks and months since.
The UK Government’s MHRA released its twenty-fourth report on the 16th of July 2021, which covers adverse reactions to Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Moderna vaccines reported up to the 7th of July 2021. It also contains reports in which the Covid-19 vaccine’s brand name was not given.
Each disorder grouping and the quantities recorded as adverse reactions to each specific Covid-19 vaccination, as well as the overall totals, are shown in the tables below. It has been obtained from the MHRA’s analytical print for each vaccine, which can all be seen here.
The AstraZeneca viral vector vaccine has produced hundreds of thousands more adverse responses than any of the other vaccinations, as shown in the tables above. This does not, however, imply that the others are safe.
The Pfizer mRNA jab produced 245,394 adverse reactions and 456 fatalities, ten times the number that would have led any other vaccination to be discontinued, and it appears that the Moderna jab is heading in the same path.
The first doses of the Moderna mRNA vaccine were given out in the UK on April 7, 2020, and the MHRA claims that 1.1 million doses were given out between then and July 7, 2021.
As of the same date, 25,627 adverse reactions to the Moderna vaccine had been recorded to the MHRA Yellow Card scheme, implying that one adverse reaction had occurred for every 42 doses administered.
It’s not simply sore arms and weariness that people are experiencing as a result of the Moderna jab. Thrombocytopenia, for example, is a condition in which your blood does not contain enough platelets. If you have a severe case, you may experience spontaneous bleeding in your eyes, gums, or bladder, as well as excessive bleeding when harmed. So far, 6 cases of thrombocytopenia and 2 cases of immunological thrombocytopenia have been reported in response to the Moderna vaccine.
They also include cardiac arrest, which has been reported in two cases, as well as myocarditis and pericarditis, both of which have been reported in nine cases against the Moderna vaccine. The MHRA has discreetly added these two conditions to the warning labels of both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.
Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle that has been seen in young men following their second dosage of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
However, there is another data that suggests the Moderna jab is a cause for concern. According to the MHRA’s 24th report, about 79.4 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccination had been delivered as of July 7, 2021. With 1.1 million doses provided, the Moderna vaccine accounted for only 1.3 percent of these. The Moderna vaccine, on the other hand, has been linked to 25,627 of the 1,059,307 adverse responses documented across all vaccines.
You would believe that 118 birth abnormalities is a small amount when you consider that, as of July 7, 2021, nearly 45 million people have gotten at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccination. However, these were not 45 million women who were expecting a child. Despite the fact that there have been no trials to confirm their safety, the Covid-19 vaccinations were not even suggested for use in pregnant women until a few months ago.
So, in the last two months, how many pregnant women had been vaccinated and given birth? – Who knows? The MHRA refuses to inform us, however we imagine that 118 birth defect reports is a substantial amount in comparison to the number that the MHRA and NHS are certain to have but will not provide;
Unfortunately, the MHRA does not appear to be planning to phase out these harmful and deadly “vaccines” anytime soon. Instead, they’re queuing up everyone for booster shots in the fall, coming for carers if they want to keep their jobs, and coming for your children soon. That is why it is critical that this knowledge be disseminated widely.
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