VAERS Data: Covid Vaccines Kill 1 Person Per 1,000 Doses

VAERS Data: Covid Vaccines Kill 1 Person Per 1,000 Doses

It has been just revealed the fact that the VAERS data is now crystal clear. The covid vaccines are killing about 1 person per 1,000 vaccines. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Covid vaccine killers

According to the data gathered over 33 years by VAERS, 72% of reported deaths related to the IUS are linked to the COVID-19 vaccine. Unlike other vaccines, the COVID vaccines have been reported to cause fatalities for months and even years after being administered. Based on my research, it is estimated that 1 person per 1,000 doses of the COVID vaccines may die as a result. Given these statistics, it is clear that these vaccines are not safe. Therefore, there is no need to discuss their effectiveness. It is evident that they are unsafe and should not be taken by anyone. This is supported by a VAERS query that cannot be explained away and can be easily replicated by anyone.

The VAERS query
Go to, and set the parameters are follows:

  • Graph the Onset Interval and Vaccines
  • Died: Yes
  • Demographics: US states

Covid killer vaccines

The onset interval refers to the time between vaccination and the appearance of the first symptoms. When examining death reports, this interval will indicate the time between the first symptoms and the actual death. A safe vaccine is expected to show a peak near day 0, which may result from false reports due to coincidence in the first few days after vaccination. The curve should then remain relatively flat. This is observed in many vaccines, such as the Rubella vaccine, which has no death reports in the VAERS records, but has 800 reports of adverse events.

It should be noted that the flu vaccine, FLU4, has a curve for the onset of deaths. However, it is important to keep in mind that FLU4 may be administered alongside other vaccines during the same visit. Therefore, it may be difficult to isolate the effects of FLU4 alone. Nevertheless, it is expected that reported death rates after vaccination should remain consistent and random in relation to the vaccination date, as vaccines are generally considered safe.

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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