Monday, July 15, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce


CDC Kept 780,000 COVID Shot Adverse Event Reports Hidden

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Reports of COVID-19 shot-related health problems, which were collected and kept hidden by the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for several years, have now been published and reveal serious immune and brain dysfunction symptoms, include heart inflammation and death. Information on about 780,000 reports of adverse events following COVID shots were gathered and stored in the CDC’s special V-safe monitoring system that enabled COVID shot recipients to report adverse events via a cell phone text message.1

V-safe is a smart-phone based surveillance system that allows users to access web-based surveys monitoring COVID shot adverse events and report reaction symptoms via a text message to federal health officials.2 In the weeks after getting a COVID shot, V-safe users receive daily text messages asking about their health status. The messages contain a link to V-safe that allows users to answer follow-up questions including a checkbox of 12 symptoms, as well as enter a description of adverse events in a text message of not more than 250 characters.

According to a Jan. 13, 2024 article in The Epoch Times, CDC officials have collected approximately 7.8 million text responses from COVID shot recipients through V-safe.3 Previously, the CDC denied the public access to the V-safe reports and instead reported studies alleging that the data collected showed the shot was safe. V-safe data released in 2022 from another lawsuit shows that between eight to ten million people, or 25 percent of responders reported reactions to COVID shots that were serious enough to require them to miss school, work or other normal activities or required medical attention or a hospital visit.4 5 6

Court Order Compelled the Release of V-safe Data of Adverse Events

The recently released V-safe reports were ordered to be made public by a federal court in the Northern District of Texas following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by the Freedom Coalition of Doctors Choice. The non-profit, Freedom Coalition of Doctors Choice, which represents 91 medical and public health professionals, journalists and scientists brought the FOIA request in order to obtain and disseminate to the public data from the “free-text fields” in the CDC’s V-safe database.7

The data from the “free-text fields” reveal that after getting COVID-19 shots, recipients suffered from adverse events ranging from seizures, allergic reaction, heart inflammation, suicidal thoughts, miscarriages loss of consciousness, to tinnitus and bells palsy.8

In an Apr. 8, 2024 article published in The Epoch Times, Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), commented on the disclosure of V-safe adverse event data that had been kept hidden from the public:

The fact that a lawsuit was needed to compel the production of the V-safe data “is yet another shameful chapter in the decades-long history of federal health officials trying to cover up vaccine risks by ignoring patterns of vaccine reaction symptoms in reports made to the government. When people report the same symptoms over and over again after getting a biological product—in this case ’shortness of breath‘ and ’heart palpitations,’ which are both symptoms of myocarditis, that has been causally linked to mRNA COVID shots—the public should be warned, not kept in the dark. It raises questions about what else government health officials are hiding.9

 The Freedom Coalition for Doctors Choice is now seeking to obtain the date for the V-safe entries to ascertain exactly when the government first became aware of the many adverse events following COVID shots, even as federal health officials continued to promote universal use of the controversial biologic, including mandated use as a condition of employment.10

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