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Quasar 2 points ago +3 / -1

i worked for a VAERS and the number is probably close to the truth. There are a lot of people who are simply too lazy to report in, sometimes there are delays when it comes to the patients connecting with staff, and when we process the AE, that is not done with 100% accuracy. Sometimes the data are not interpreted as being serious or less serious. There is much human error involved. We are much better served by doing a clinical study with a large control group that is closely monitored over many years. I consider all the millions who have taken the jab so readily to be the largest control group to an experimental drug in the history of mankind.

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Bidensbrain2020 1 point ago +1 / -0

There's a lot of anecdotal evidence of doctors refusing to submit reports, because they refuse to believe the shot is at fault, or because the hospital won't let them, perhaps out of concern that insurance won't pay if a report is filed (due to the shot being an experimental treatment). And, many patients don't even know the database exists.

I don't believe 100x undercounting but 5x or 10x seems quite reasonable and I think the lawsuit that was reported here claimed 5x based on comparison to a different database. So, 30K new deaths..

And how many healthy people died of COVID in the US? Less than 100K? And that's with practically nobody being treated effectively.