Go to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS):
Follow these steps:
1) Accept disclaimers (Scroll down. Click “I agree.”)
2) Click on “VAERS Data Search”
3) Group results by “Event Category” (under “Event Characteristics”)
4) Select “COVID 19 VACCINE” (in Section 3) and press “Open”
5) Choose “All Locations” (in Section 4)
6) Press “Send” (at the very bottom)
This is the report I received:
So, according to the CDC’s adverse event database, which they themselves have used to calculate rates for adverse events, there have been reports of the following associated with the COVID vaccines:
1,205 life-threatening events
734 cases of permanent disability
6,689 visits to the emergency room
According to the government’s Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, less than 1% of adverse events are reported. The numbers in CDC’s database under-represent the actual number of deaths and disabilities associated with the COVID vaccines.
Adverse events from vaccines are common but underreported, with less than one percent reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Low reporting rates preclude or delay the identification of “problem” vaccines, potentially endangering the health of the public.