COVID-19 Vaccines and Adults Ages 18+ 

#1: Adult risk of death from COVID-19 is minimal

#2: Vaccinating adults does not prevent them from spreading the virus

#3: COVID-19 vaccination carries the risk of injury and death

  • The government’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) has received 21,002 reports of death from COVID-19 vaccination as of December 24, 2021. While these deaths are not verified, this is of immediate concern since the most deaths reported in a single year across all other vaccines was only 605. In addition, VAERS has received reports of 10,640 heart attacks, 3,435 miscarriages, and 36,492 severe allergic reactions.
  • The CDC COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force cited 545 cases of myocarditis/pericarditis (heart inflammation that can cause permanent damage) in males ages 18-49 years that had been reported to VAERS, compared to no more than 143 cases expected for that age group—that’s a 4 times increase in risk.

#4: The vaccines are experimental and long-term side-effects are unknown

  • Because they are so new, it is not possible to know how the COVID-19 vaccines may affect human health in the long run.  No studies have yet been done on toxicity, carcinogenicity, fetal and reproductive risks, or other important aspects of safety.

 #5: Manufacturers are not liable for injuries caused by COVID-19 vaccines

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