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COVID shots linked to 2 million injuries, 21,766 deaths in Europe, EU reports

More than 2 million adverse events and 21,000 deaths have been reported to a European Union (EU) drug reaction database following the use of currently available COVID jabs.

The EU, comprising around 450 million people – roughly 60 percent of Europe’s estimated 750 million inhabitants – has reported administering 522.4 million doses of the jabs, corresponding to 75.1 percent of the EU’s citizens receiving at least one dose of either Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, or AstraZeneca’s experimental COVID shots.

The EnduraVigilance system is the EU-wide database for recording vaccine injury reports, as well as other medicine-induced injuries, corresponding to the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), jointly run by both the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

According to a report in Health Impact News, a service that has provided tabulated versions of data from EnduraVigilance, between rolling out the COVID shots last year through to August 14, 2021, the system has collated 2,074,410 reports of injuries related to the jabs, including 21,766 fatalities across the 27 member states.

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michael mazur

Lying rats. Multiply that by 100 to roughly get 2,176,600.

michael mazur

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