May 21, 2022

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Corona’s 300 million shots in the United States: mild side effects, no evidence of “vaccine deaths”

Corona’s 300 million shots in the United States: mild side effects, no evidence of “vaccine deaths”

Agnes Kant, director of the Dutch Lareb Side Effects Center, says the side effects reported in the United States match those reported for Lareb. It has been reported relatively more than five times in the Netherlands; Lareb has received nearly 200,000 reports of suspected side effects on nearly 34 million injections. Kant: “In the Netherlands, it seems, there is a great willingness to report. And that’s very good, because the better the reports, the better understanding we have of the side effects that occur.”

Kant stresses that the number of reports says nothing about how often side effects occur. “Not all side effects are reported, and not everything that is reported is always considered an adverse reaction,” she explains.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers in the United States are also making this warning. In their study, they cautioned about under-reporting. According to director Lareb Kant, survey studies are a better indicator when it comes to how often side effects occur. “The results of this in the Netherlands are also comparable to the United States,” she says. “It shows that young people and women often suffer from the known common side effects.”

After the first vaccinations using mRNA vaccines, many reports of “vaccination damage” and “many deaths” from vaccines emerged. In light of the results of the US study, Belgian virologist Marc van Ranst believes that “those who needlessly frightened our population for months” should apologize now, he wrote on Twitter.