VAERS is an acronym for Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System which is a national safety surveillance program co-sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which was started in 1990. VAERS was created to track adverse events after the administration of routine vaccines.
In response to The National Childhood Vaccine Act (NCVIA) of 1986, health officials and vaccine manufacturers are supposed to report to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) adverse events that arise from routine vaccinations. An adverse event can range from a small side effect to more serious injury and death.
According to their website, VAERS receives around 30,000 adverse event reports annually with 13% classified as serious (e.g., associated with disability, hospitalization, life threatening illness or death). That works out to around 4,000 cases per year. What is not usually discussed, but is openly admitted by VAERS, is…
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