Updated Data on COVID-19 vaccine side effects; 1,524 deaths as of March 5, 2021
A study at UCLA and Stanford University found the chances of contracting or dying from Coronavirus are much lower than previously thought. But that data seems underestimated as reported and unreported vaccine side effects and death becomes evident.
The latest statistics on the mortality rate and side effects of certain brands of Coronavirus vaccine have risen. To date, 94.6 percent recovered from COVID-19.
Pre-existing condition, obese, elderly remain at risk
- 95 Percent of Americans killed by COVID-19 were 50 or older. [AARP]
- CDC: Majority of people who died from COVID-19 had pre-existing conditions. [ABC17]
- COVID-19 is more deadly in people with obesity—even if they’re young. [ScienceMag]
VAERS latest statistics
31,079 cases and 1,524 deaths as of March 5, 2021.
Data as of 3/3/2021
|TOTAL||† 39,771||† 127.97%|
Anti-vax campaign growing?
Dr. Simon Gold was fired from her job for her position, basically being an “anti-vax,” to which mainstream media said she misled people. However, current data last January 29, 2021, showed 501 reported deaths. However, mortality rates have been increasing at a slow pace. [VAERS]
Although the COVID-19 vaccines Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna were developed in warp speed, “This isn’t new technology,” which was developed through years, said Dr. Drew Weissman, a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
The question of whether wearing a mask is effective remains controversial.
Vaccine side-effects as it rolls out in 2021
- March 1: 3 Dozen cases of spontaneous miscarriages, stillbirths occurring after COVID-19 vaccination.
- March 26: Reported 4.42% death from vaccine and 50,861 cases where Vaccine is COVID19.
April 7: UK Death Toll From Blood Clots After AstraZeneca Jab Rises to 19.
- April 7: 246 Fully Vaccinated People in Michigan Test Positive for COVID-19; 3 Dead.
CDC assures vaccine is 100 percent safe
On March 12, 2021, the CDC assured Americans that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Millions of people have received it under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history. CDC recommends getting vaccinated.