The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on June 30 quietly stopped collecting COVID-19 vaccine adverse event reports in its v-safe system.
The v-safe website states:
“Thank you for your participation. Data collection for COVID-19 vaccines concluded on June 30, 2023.”
The agency provided no explanation for its decision. It did not convene its panel of vaccine advisors to determine whether this was a good idea, publicize the decision on its social media channels, or provide a press release for the corporate media to spin. Once again, it will probably take a lawsuit to obtain the communications between the CDC’s director and other top employees for us to get to the truth.
V-safe was a smartphone-based program created by the CDC to collect health assessments after COVID-19 vaccination. The agency claims the app was used to help it monitor the safety of vaccines. Yet, the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) had to sue the CDC to obtain safety data the public was more than entitled to because the agency wouldn’t turn it over.
The obtained data suggest COVID-19 vaccines were harming a significant number of people, and the agency responded by trying to prevent its disclosure, ignoring the data, and pushing for more experimental booster shots.
Let’s take a brief look at the data: For reference, 10,108,273 people had reported their adverse events to the v-safe app when ICAN obtained this data in September 2022.
More than 1.2 million people could not perform normal activities after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, 1.3 million missed school or work, and 0.8 million needed medical care.
Approximately 71,299,666 symptoms were reported following COVID-19 vaccination, including pain, fatigue, headaches, joint pain, and abdominal pain. That’s 1.4 symptoms per person who used the app. In case you weren’t aware, joint pain is a clear indicator of an inflammatory response.
Finally, 751,947 people needed medical care after getting a vaccine that was supposed to prevent them from needing medical care. An alarming 65.5% of children under the age of 3 were taken to urgent care, and 9.1% of children were hospitalized—which is pure insanity when you think about the fact kids are not at risk of experiencing severe COVID-19 in the first place.
While shutting down the app so it cannot collect new safety reports, the CDC is still encouraging everyone ages 6 months and up to stay up-to-date on their gene therapy shots and neverending boosters.
But don’t worry, we still have the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)—a surveillance system co-managed by the CDC and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that both agencies completely disregard despite the fact it’s a known fact adverse events to VAERS are significantly underreported.
Instead of reporting your symptoms with the click of a button, you now have to go through an exhaustive process to report your adverse event that will inevitably be added to the discard pile with the rest of the reports.
“As a drug safety expert, I personally can’t cite another example of any agency or manufacturer halting [the] collection of safety data. It seems even worse because mRNA technology is relatively new with long-term manifestations unknown,” said Dr. David Gortler, a pharmacologist, pharmacist, research scientist, and former senior advisor to the FDA Commissioner.
“On top of this, both manufacturers and the FDA refuse to share the list of ingredients, such as lipid nanoparticles, which could affect individuals differently and take a long time to manifest clinically.”
While failing to collect reports of adverse events from the experimental shots being pushed on Americans, the CDC continues to collect reports of falls—why? Because “falling once doubles your chances of falling again,” people, especially those over 65, need to protect themselves from falls—but not from vaccine-adverse events.
The CDC also continues to track reports of people infected with diseases they’re pushing vaccines for, non-fatal choking episodes, and recalls of super useful baby products a few parents used incorrectly that affected about zero children.
Do you know how many deaths have been reported to VAERS following COVID-19 vaccination? Almost 36,000 deaths have been reported since Dec. 14, 2020—and this does not include the reports scrubbed, deleted, or hidden within the system by the agency. It also does not include deaths resulting from other reported adverse events, such as strokes, heart problems, and fatal neurological diseases. Why? Because the agency collects updates to already-filed VAERS reports but does not make that information available to the public.
Will the CDC continue to pretend it cares about public health?
The only reason a government agency entrusted to protect our health would shut down an already-paid-for system people use to report events following COVID-19 vaccination is if the data doesn’t support the “vaccines are safe and effective” narrative or if they’re trying to cover something up.
How convenient the American people are only left with VAERS—a surveillance system our U.S. health agencies deem sufficient when it comes to their failure to improve it and lacking when they need to undermine its glaringly obvious safety signals.