The Flu Disappeared in 2020, but Not the Flu Shot – 20,000 Injuries and Deaths from Flu Shot as Children are Passing Out Minutes After Receiving COVID Shot + Flu Shot TogetherWed 8:40 am Europe/London, 28 Sep 2022 1
by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
Prior to the COVID-19 plandemic in 2020, the yearly influenza vaccine was the most dangerous vaccine in the United States in terms of injuries and deaths recorded in the Government VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) database.
When the world was told that a deadly new virus had arrived in 2020, the flu basically disappeared, as there just were not enough people dying to inflate both influenza and COVID death statistics.
According to the CDC, here are the total amount of flu deaths during the 5 years preceding 2020:
- 34,000 deaths in the 2018-2019 flu season
- 61,000 deaths in the 2017-2018 flu season
- 38,000 deaths in the 2016-2017 flu season
- 23,000 deaths in the 2015-2016 flu season
- 51,000 deaths in the 2014-2015 flu season (Source.)
These were of course “estimated deaths” that the CDC calculated each year, and we have documented many times during those 5 years that these numbers were greatly inflated in order to scare the public into getting the flu shot each year. See:
The Disappearance of the Annual Flu Which was Replaced with COVID-19 Shows Corruption at its Highest Level at the CDC
Here are the current number of flu deaths since 2020 according to the CDC:
And yet even though the CDC’s estimated flu deaths have fallen by up to 5,000% since 2020, the number of flu vaccines sold in the U.S. reached a record high at the end of 2020, the last year flu vaccine sales data is available, at 193.8 MILLION doses.
The pro-vaccine crowd may be tempted to reply that the increase in flu vaccine distribution resulted in a decrease in flu deaths, but when the 2021-2022 flu season began, the corporate media stated this year’s flu season vaccine was NOT a good match for the varieties of flu viruses circulating, and that this was going to be a “bad flu season.”
From NBC News:
A poorly matched flu shot could mean a bad flu season on top of a Covid surge
By Akshay Syal, M.D. and Berkeley Lovelace Jr.
The current flu vaccines appear to be a bad match for the dominant strain so far this influenza season, new research suggests, leading experts to warn that the United States could be in for a bad flu season, on top of what’s already shaping up to be another devastating surge of Covid cases.
Before each flu season, scientists must predict which strains will be the most common, and design a flu shot to match these predictions.
The flu shot is never a perfect match for the influenza viruses that end up in wide circulation, but even so, the vaccine still reduces a person’s risk of severe illness from the flu.
“Influenza vaccination is the best protection against severe disease and illness,” he said. “Even in these years of mismatch, we see high effectiveness against hospitalizations and severe disease.”
Still, the mismatch Hensley has observed so far is striking. The last time there was a mismatch this significant was during the 2014-15 flu season, he said. Even so, the vaccine prevented nearly 40,000 hospitalizations and almost 4,000 deaths from the flu that season, the CDC estimates. (Full article.)
Since 2020 through the most current statistics added to the VAERS database last Friday, September 23, 2022, there have been 20,190 cases of flu vaccine injuries filed, including 185 deaths, 498 permanent disabilities, 237 life threatening events, 2255 visits to the ER, and 1095 hospitalizations. (Source.)
Since the number of cases reported to VAERS is only about 1%, one has to wonder if the flu vaccines are killing more people than the “influenza virus.”
Dangerous New Vaccine Combo: COVID Shot + Flu Shot
This flu season, the White House is recommending people to get a COVID-19 vaccine at the same time they get a flu shot. Biden COVID advisor Dr. Ashish Jha has even stated in public that this is what God wants everyone to do.
Using a couple of different search techniques in VAERS to try and find cases where people have already received both a COVID-19 vaccine and a flu shot since this recommendation was made, I found several cases where people apparently took the White House’s and the CDC’s advice (given in September, 2021) and got both vaccines together, and then suffered an adverse event.
I was shocked to find out how many young children have already received these two shots simultaneously and have suffered!
The most common side effects these children who have received BOTH a flu shot and a COVID shot together at the same time are experiencing are dizziness and fainting within minutes of receiving both shots.
Other recorded side effects included myocarditis (heart disease), inflammation of the brain and spinal cord (encephalomyelitis), seizures, convulsions, organ failure, cardiac shock, rashes, vomiting, and hearing and vision loss.
These are a sampling of the multitude of cases I found of children who received BOTH a COVID-19 vaccine and a flu vaccine at the same time. This list is NOT exhaustive, just the ones I could find (54).
I have not found a way to lump all these together into one search result, unfortunately, but I have noted the case number in VAERS in each one to verify these are all from the VAERS Government database, so the CDC and FDA know all about this.
And now you do too.
VAERS ID: 1713577: 12-year-old girl from Virginia
Patient experienced vasovagal syncope just minutes after receiving her second Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine and the seasonal influenza vaccine together. She was standing in our vaccine waiting area and fell hitting her head on the concrete floor, but did regain consciousness immediately. Emergency services was contacted immediately and they arrived 10 to 15 minutes later. The EMT examined her and felt it was not absolutely necessary she go to the emergency room as she remained alert and responsive. We told her mother signs and symptoms of concussion to be watchful for over the next 3 to 4 days and to report to the ER if her status changes.
VAERS ID: 1757449: 17-year-old boy from Maine
Patient states they “blacked out” soon after vaccination. Patient was unresponsive for approximately 3 minutes. Patient also states they felt “Dizzy” soon after vaccination.
VAERS ID: 1848995: 7-year-old boy from California
Client received the Pfizer COVID vaccine (lot#FK1527) in the L deltoid and the Fluarix Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine (Lot#3NA4M) in the R deltoid at approximately 1050 from vaccinator RN. After the client received both vaccines, he stood up to wait next to his mother who was receiving her COVID vaccine from the same vaccinator. Due to a limited supply of chairs at the mobile event there was not an available chair to allow the client to sit down while waiting with his mother. At approximately 1055, as the client was standing next to his mother, he began to slouch over the vaccination table and vaccinator RN”s assisted client to the ground. Client lost consciousness for approximately 2 seconds. RN assessed non obstructed airway, no respiratory distress, and raised the client”s legs while he was laying on the floor. RN assessed client who presented with mild pallor of the face, no diaphoresis, and pupils equal and reactive. RN took client vitals at 1103 with BP 100/60 in the L arm laying down, 70 HR, and 16 RR. Lead RN assessed client at 1103 presented A&O x4 and talking in full sentences, grip strong and equal, cap refill < 3 seconds, and skin pink and warm to touch. Client”s mother reported that the client ate breakfast at 0830 and had a muffin. Client denied dizziness, SOB, headache, numbness, or tingling. Client was assisted to zero-gravity chair and Lead RN advised that the client be observed for 30 minutes. Client”s father reported that he has a history of fainting but reported that the client has never fainted in the past. Lead RN provided client with water, juice, and graham crackers. Client took sips of the water and juice and ate his snacks. Client reported to Lead RN that he was “feeling good now” and denied any dizziness, SOB, headache, numbness, or tingling. RN reviewed when to f/u with PCP. At 1140 the client left the vaccine site with his parents. Client walked out of the vaccine site with a steady and symmetrical gait.
VAERS ID: 1848851: 8-year-old girl from Minnesota
Syncopal episode (fainting) with subsequent emesis (vomiting)
VAERS ID: 1929158: 11-year-old girl from Georgia
Patient received Pediatric Pfizer dose in left deltoid. She then received Flucelvax in right deltoid. Upon receipt of 2nd vaccine, patient fainted and lost consciousness for a few seconds. She quickly woke up, had a snack, and recovered.
VAERS ID: 2019711: 11-year-old boy from Arizona
Patient was getting a haircut when he slumped over in the chair and passed out unconscious for 15-20 seconds. When he came to, his eyes were blood shot and he was disoriented (not sure what happened). He said that he suddenly became dizzy before blacking out. This is the first time patient has ever blacked out. He had eaten a large meal roughly 2-3 hours prior to the event and was adequately hydrated (did not appear to be a blood sugar or hydration issue). A few hours later he seemed to be running a mild fever and was given 200mg ibuprofen. Otherwise he was fine the rest of the day.
VAERS ID: 1831616: 15-year-old boy from Ohio
Patient passed out in store about 1 hour after his vaccines. Patient was assessed by EMS and it was determined patient had only eaten noodles a few hours before vaccines and was light-headed due to not having eating in combination with vaccines. Patient left with parents on his own accord.
VAERS ID: 2021990: 17-year-old girl from California
Patient lost consciousness as observed by accompanying guardian. Per guardian, patient also had a short seizure and skin color turned pale. Episode lasted less than 1 minute. Pharmacist was alerted but patient already regained consciousness and did not need epinephrine or interventions. Recommended patient lower head in seated position to increase blood flow. Patient also bit tongue during episode. Recommended patient stay for another 15 minutes for observation. Followed up with guardian on Monday 1/10/22 and no further incidents reported.
VAERS ID: 2436380: 14-year-old boy from Colorado
RECEIVED FLUARIX FIRST IN LEFT ARM THEN RECEIVED PFIZER BIVALENT – START SEIZING- TWITCHING HAED BACK- NON RESPONSIVE FOR 5 SECONDS – NAUSEOUS AND LOSS OF ALL HIS COLORS-
VAERS ID: 1855102: 9-year-old boy from Iowa
Shortly after receiving his vaccines he was sitting on a chair and then started to pass out and fell to the floor. He was out for about 5 seconds. Pharmacist caught him and had him sit on the floor with his back to the wall, asked him questions such as name, where he was, who he was with. Provided water and a granola bar and had them stay in the pharmacy for an additional 30 minutes. Child was able to get up on his own and could walk by himself with no issues. Went home with family.
VAERS ID: 2440039: 17-year-old boy from California
Patient appeared to be having a seizure for a short time (estimated to be less than a minute) after receiving his vaccines. The adverse event happened about a minute after receiving the vaccines. Upon awakening the patient felt normal other than having a small headache and possibly some difficulty breathing. Paramedics arrived and the patient”s mother elected to have him taken to the ER for more evaluation.
VAERS ID: 1942394: 8-year-old boy from Pennsylvania
pt got 2 vaccines – flu and 2nd covid vaccine , pt fainted – gave water and put ice pack on back
VAERS ID: 2043579: 16-year-old boy from Michigan
Pt received pfizer vaccine first, followed by flucelvax. Pt fainted after flucelvax (10sec post flucelvax, <2min post pfizer covid vaccine). Pt was diaphoretic, hypotensive to 67/49 at nadir, several bouts of emesis, and was lethargic. Pt denied SOB, potential swelling of lower lip, but unable to determine change from baseline. EMS contacted, no medical intervention made.
VAERS ID: 1959935: 8-year-old girl from Virginia
After vaccination, the patient fainted in the administration room. She was only briefly unconscious, according to the immunizing, administering technician. She wanted water when she came to. She was sent to an Urgent Care facility because she said her head hurt. Both parents were present. Do not know any more.
VAERS ID: 2446442: 13-year-old boy from Indiana
Patient began feeling very warm about 4 minutes after receiving the vaccine combination. Patient was waiting in the car for the 15 minute suggested wait period. Patient”s caregiver stated that about 5 minutes after receiving the vaccines, the patient blacked out in a seizure like behavior and was out for about 25 seconds. When he became responsive, he vomited and complained of an overall numb feeling.
VAERS ID: 2032631: 11-year-old girl from Florida
Patient became lightheaded about 5 minutes after vaccine administration. She then started to sweat and turn white and finally fainted. After lying her on the floor she woke up almost immediately.
VAERS ID: 1858332: 8-year-old boy from Kentucky
Pt. received two vaccinations around 3:10pm. He was fine immediately following the injections. He stood up to wait for his father to be vaccinated. After the father”s first injection, patient fell back against the plastic cart of supplies and started to lose consciousness. I immediately grabbed him and helped him to the floor. His mother assisted me. I stuck my head out of the consultation room to yell for my team lead. By the time I turned back around, patient was sitting in a chair and fully aware and conscious. I grabbed a fan and started blowing cool air on him while my team lead grabbed some cool cloths. Those were placed at the back of his neck and on his forehead. He was very pale but stayed conscious. I gave him some orange juice and bottled water. After about 15 minutes, his color had returned and he left the room with the assistance of his father. He had reported never having passed out or fainting after a vaccine and he has no known drug allergies.
VAERS ID: 2057988: 14-year-old boy from Pennsylvania
patient received a flu vaccination and a Pfizer covid vaccination. Patient fainted after vaccination but quickly regained consiousness
VAERS ID: 1858775: 9-year-old boy from Kentucky
After receiving both vaccines patient was walking around the store with his mom and told her he didn”t feel good. Patient proceeded to pass out and hit his head. Patient peed his pants and felt light-headed until the ambulance arrived and they checked him out.
VAERS ID: 1885954: 16-year-old boy from Missouri
Patient passed out briefly while walking down an aisle roughly three minutes after vaccine was administered. He was unresponsive for less than one minute. Administering pharmacist, manager on duty, and parent were with patient. Patient moved himself into a chair and waited for paramedics to arrive. Paramedics checked patient out and recommended he go to a hospital for further observation. To our knowledge, the parent drove patient to hospital.
VAERS ID: 1913283: 14-year-old girl from Texas
Patient woke up this morning and felt very dizzy, fell and hit her face, causing a nosebleed and possible fracture of nasal bones. She was seen at ER where they ran testing, observed her for an hour and sent her to our office
VAERS ID: 1914226: 9-year-old girl from California
Patient collapsed about a couple of minutes after vaccines. Eyes were open and still conscious. Mother was by her side and caught her. She rested on the floor for a few minutes to regain focus, then placed in a seat to rest.
VAERS ID: 1912790: 10-year-old boy from North Dakota
Dizzy and Faint, pt seated and given a cold pack with orange juice and crackers. Outcome: pt reports feeling “better than before” after 15 minutes.
VAERS ID: 2005824: 15-year-old boy from Indiana
ATIENT RECEIVED PFIZER FIRST, THEN FLU RIGHT AFTER. HE FAINTED MOMENTS AFTER SECOND VACCINE. HIS PUPILS WERE VERY DILATED. HE CAME TO WITHIN SECONDS, AND HAD SOME WATER. HE FAINTED AGAIN AND BEGAN CONVULSING. HE CAME TO WITHIN SECONDS AGAIN.
VAERS ID: 1868039: 9-year-old boy from Texas
Patient passed out shortly after vaccination. 911 was called. EMT came and did EKG and asked questions if patient is allergic to anything, has any illness, currently taking any medication? His mother answered no to all theses question. Mom reported that patient was anxious about the vaccines. Patient lost consciousness for a couple of seconds. He regained consciousness 911 was called immediately and patient was fine. Mother proceed to have her two other children 5 and 12 get Pfizer vaccines as well
VAERS ID: 1876449: 5-year-old boy from New York
Immediately after administering both vaccines, patient passed out for few seconds, Once he woke up, he did not feel well and started vomiting. He was very pale. Patient was given some orange juice, which seemed to help. Patient stayed for observation for over 15 minutes and recovered well.
VAERS ID: 1732144: 12-year-old boy from Washington
Nausea (feeling of needing to throw up); Blurred vision; High pitched ringing noise
VAERS ID: 1898199: 9-year-old girl from Kansas
Patient fainted immediately after giving 2nd vaccine. (Fluarix). Her head went straight back over the top of the chair and she gasped 2 times. I assumed her airway was restricted. In the meantime, her mother came over and sat next to her and asked if she had a seizure. I said that I did not believe she had a seizure. Mother also said she had no history of seizures or fainting. Just about then the young lady popped up totally alert and able to answer questions from her mother. Her mother said she felt like she had a fever and wanted to sit there for a while. She asked if I could take her blood pressure and I told her I did not believe we had a monitor. They left after about 10 minutes.
VAERS ID: 1826456: 17-year-old boy from Oregon
chest pain, shortness of breath, likely myocarditis
VAERS ID: 2140504: 7-year-old girl from Nebraska
Beginning about 2 days after the vaccine, patient began reporting headaches. The headaches were severe enough to require medication, ice, rest, removal from her classroom at school, and then medical intervention. Various treatments have been attempted but she continues to report frequent headaches and migraines, which occur with any or all of the following: noise and light sensitivity, nausea, neck pain and tension, fatigue. Patient saw PCP and was referred to neurology. Patient has follow up with neurology as symptoms persist and interfere with her daily activities.
VAERS ID: 1870113: 11-year-old girl from Minnesota
Patient presented to clinic as walk in for a COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine. Patient received both vaccines as indicated above. Patient stood up and proceeded to the door in which she became faint with syncope response. Evaluated by Dr. with monitoring 30+ minutes following episode. Patient left with family to home. Patient did later present to hometown ED for evaluation due to concern of concussion from fall.
VAERS ID: 1948381: 11-year-old boy from Texas
Covid19 and Flu vaccine were given on Nov 17,2021. On Dec 6th patient started to endorse severe headaches that waxed and waned for 7 days and somnolence . On Dec 13 was admitted after MRI confirmed signs of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (Inflammation of the brain and spinal cord.) Patient was started on high dose steroids for at least 5 days inpatient with steroid taper following.
VAERS ID: 1925239: 8-year-old girl from Minnesota
On Sunday, November 21, the patient woke up with mild headache, body aches, and vomiting every time she ate food or drink liquids. She did have temperatures in the range of 99-100 that day. On Monday, November 22nd, she had a nosebleed that parents report was uncontrollable and continued for about 30 minutes. She has not had this previously. She also developed neck pain on Nov 22 as well, primarily and neck flexion. She had a temperature to 101 on Monday evening. The following day, November 23rd, she continued to have an extremely poor appetite with mild headache, she vomited once in the morning after Tylenol and continued to complain of stiff neck. She continued to have temperatures in the 99 range. They did take her to urgent care who referred her to ED, discharged after supportive care. The following day, Wednesday November 24th, she seemed to improve to about 75% of normal. This continued until Nov 28. On Sunday, November 28th, she awoke with severe neck pain and stiffness as well as a 10/10 headache, the worst of her life. She vomited x1 prior to eating but may have had a few sips of water at that point. She was subsequently identified as having an arterial venous malformation in the medulla with apparent focus of hemorrhage.
VAERS ID: 1902125: 5-year-old girl from South Carolina
Patient received both vaccines in our office on 11/22/21 and around 6pm that evening she started with fever and urticaria (hives). Her fever got up to 102 and her parents treated it with Tylenol and Motrin rotating.
VAERS ID: 1993435: 11-year-old boy from Georgia
Received COVID vaccine #1 (Pfizer for 5-11 yr) on 11/22/21 and two days later on 11/24/21, parents state when asked to perform simple task, he became significantly emotional, laid on garage cement floor, curled up and continued to cry for 2-3 hours. He has not had episodes like this previously. The emotional episodes has continue to reoccur since 11/24/21.
VAERS ID: 1954575: 10-year-old girl from Missouri
Seizure occured 20-30 minutes after basketball game. Had episode where she held breath while standing and had a blank stare. Patient then fell to the ground and had jerking movement in upper extremities. lasted about 5 seconds. complained of dizziness afterwards.
VAERS ID: 2204294: 9-year-old boy from California
Client and his mother reported the client developed dizziness, weakness, “like he had no strength,” about 5 hours after the vaccine that lasted 15-20 minutes. Client and his mother denied any other symptoms. The client”s mother gave him water and Paracetamol.
VAERS ID: 1928586: 11-year-old girl from Iowa
Patient received both shots and then a few minutes later she fell backwards. A nurse in the waiting room felt she suffered 2 (5 minute) seizures. After she fell she was awake and coherent . An ambulance was called and transported her to emergency room.
VAERS ID: 1942056: 8-year-old girl from Virginia
A few hours after 2nd COVID-19 vaccine, my daughter developed a facial twitch on her right check cheek. Her shot was administered in her left arm. It is day 5 and it is still there. She has had minor headaches for a few days, pain and swelling at site of shot. Day 3, she woke up with belly aches, headache, sore throat and chills (no temperature). This lasted about 24 hours.
VAERS ID: 2233852: 11-year-old boy from Michigan
Case-patient had first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on 12/18/2021 and illness onset for MIS-C was on the same day. Case had COVID-19 with mild symptoms approximately 4 weeks before MIS-C onset. Case-patient met case definition for MIS-C with evidence of clinically severe illness requiring hospitalization, fever, multisystem organ involvement (cardiac, hematologic, & GI). The case-patient experienced cardiac shock, chest pain, abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, conjunctival injection, and various elevated inflammatory markers (see box 19 below). Case-patient was treated with IVIG, ASA, steroids, and epinephrine and survived after a 4 day hospitalization (1 day in PICU).
VAERS ID: 1968450: 10-year-old girl from Alaska
a few minutes after vaccine administration patient informed her mother that she felt like she couldn”t hear and had some visual disturbance as she couldn”t see out of her left eye. Patient then vomited once. She was evaluated by staff RN and MD and a full set of vitals were taken. She was observed for an extra 15 minutes and was told to rest for the remainder of the day and mom was instructed to call our office with any questions.
VAERS ID: 1970404: 9-year-old boy from Alaska
A technician administered the flu and covid vaccines, then walked back to the pharmacy. About a minute later someone in the lobby reported an emergency, I (pharmacist) went to the lobby area to see the matter. Patient was on the floor and appeared to be waking up, his mother stated she thought he had convulsed then fainted. Patient stated he had difficulty breathing and was very pale, I administered 10mL of benadryl 12.5mg/5mL solution. Patient reported nausea and prepared to vomit, but he did not vomit. I stayed with patient to monitor him for changes while his mother called 911, patient stated he did not feel better or worse. EMS arrived shortly after and took over care. Patient”s family refused transport to hospital via EMS but did say they would drive to the hospital afterward. Of note, patient”s mother stated he had not had a reaction to a vaccine like this in the past, including the flu vaccine.
VAERS ID: 1989874: 10-year-old boy from Wyoming
Approximately 5 minutes after receiving both vaccinations patient had what father, an MD, described as focal seizure. Patient went rigid and lost consciousness briefly.
VAERS ID: 1992041: 16-year-old boy from Virginia
Patient was given the Pfizer covid-19 vaccine in his left arm. He switched seats and I gave him his flu vaccine in his right arm. He started bleeding so I removed the bandage and held pressure with a cotton ball. The bleeding stopped and there was a welt and the patient started to feel lightheaded and like he was going to black out. Patient appeared pale and out of it. Called 911 and patient put head between knees and drank water. Laid on the floor with feet elevated. Vital signs assessed. Patient reported vision better but echoing still in ears mildly. Condition improved before arrival of EMS.
VAERS ID: 2042836: 6-year-old boy from Massachusetts
My son started to experience eye discomfort intermittently alternating from one eye to the other. He described the sensation as such that he needed to keep rubbing or tapping his eye with his fingers to get relief. He said it is very distracting and uncomfortable. He also mentioned flashes of light occur on occasion.
VAERS ID: 2028700: 17-year-old girl from Texas
Patient briefly lost consciousness and had two convulsions after which she woke back up and acted normally once again. Patient did feel light headed afterward
VAERS ID: 2075279: 13-year-old boy from California
Approx. 10 minutes after vaccination patient was pale, clammy, dizzy and said he was having trouble catching his breath. His breath, he said he had trouble seeing and that his arm felt numb. His mother requested Paramedics be called. While waiting for Paramedics, Pt”s Blood Pressure was taken (94/63, 98) Pt was let to drink some water and color came back to his face. Paramedics came approx. 10-15 minutes after and reported normal vitals signs & O2 saturation. Pt left to home.
VAERS ID: 2397848: 12-year-old girl from Florida
Chronic Autoimmune Urticaria daily since the begin of February, full body Angioedema sporadically since May, facial mostly eyes and lips
VAERS ID: 2069198: 16-year-old girl from California
Patient reported chest tightness and dull pain in center of chest that varied in intensity that occurred 3 days after receiving the COVID Pfizer booster vaccine. On 1/24/22, patient thought it was related to heartburn; however, symptoms did not improve with Pepcid. She was seen at urgent care the same day where an EKG was performed and found to have twave abnormalities. She was then transferred to Hospital and given a “GI cocktail” for reflux symptoms with no improvement. She was found to have an elevated troponin of 86 at this time. Patient was initiated on ibuprofen and transferred to larger hospital on evening of 1/24/22. Troponin levels were <6 on 1/25/22. The patient”s symptoms were relieved by Ibuprofen 400 mg.
VAERS ID: 2123895: 14-year-old girl from Michigan
7th facial nerve inflammation. Patient woke up and could not close her eye on the right side of face and had facial paralysis on the right side of face in eye brow, cheek, and tongue and facial drooping and can”t laugh or whistle. Doctor gave her hydrocortisone 20mg in the morning and at night and artificial tears and will do physical therapy three times a week.
VAERS ID: 2200520: 5-year-old girl from California
Fever – 100.5; Headache; Tiredness; Other vaccine same date, vaccine date 14Mar2022; This is a spontaneous report received from a contactable reporter(s) (Consumer or other non HCP). A 5 year-old female patient (not pregnant) received bnt162b2 (BNT162B2), administered in arm right, administration date 14Mar2022 16:00 (Lot number: fl8095) at the age of 5 years as dose 1, single for covid-19 immunisation; influenza vaccine (FLU), administered in arm left, administration date 14Mar2022 (Batch/Lot number: unknown) as dose number unkown, single for immunisation. The patient had no relevant medical history. There were no concomitant medications. The following information was reported: PRODUCT USE ISSUE (non-serious) with onset 14Mar2022, outcome “unknown”, described as “Other vaccine same date, vaccine date 14Mar2022”; PYREXIA (non-serious) with onset 15Mar2022 12:00, outcome “recovering”, described as “Fever – 100.5”; HEADACHE (non-serious) with onset 15Mar2022 12:00, outcome “recovering”, described as “Headache”; FATIGUE (non-serious) with onset 15Mar2022 12:00, outcome “recovering”, described as “Tiredness”. Relevant laboratory tests and procedures are available in the appropriate section. Therapeutic measures were not taken as a result of pyrexia, headache, fatigue. Additional Information: Covid test post vaccination was done nasal swab and results were negative. No known allergies and other medical history reported. No follow-up attempts are possible.
VAERS ID: 2411161: 14-year-old girl from California
Eyes rolled back, shaking, fainted for 5 seconds, regained consciousness, and was confused on what happened
VAERS ID: 2435987: 8-year-old boy from Hawaii
Pain at injection point and adjacent armpit. Pain throughout his arm and legs when picked up from school yesterday 8/22/2022, he also said his arms and legs hurt really bad all day whenever he moved. Pain throughout body is continuing today 8/23/2022. Loss of appetite. Pt. is normally the biggest eater in the family however, he is saying his stomach is bothering him and he is unable to eat. Nauseous: He woke up feeling nauseous and vomited. Decreased appetite for 1 week.
VAERS ID: 2420144: 4-year-old girl from Pennsylvania
maculopapular rash on bil;ateral arms and legss and mildly also on abdomen, starting ~30mins after vaccines in left arm. No anaphylaxis (no hives, no hypotension, no GI sx, no wheezing). Rash started to fade over next 20-30. Not fully gone at 1hr when discharged
I see. The patients were only out for a minute or two and came back ready to have some water and then left happily with their families. Move along, nothing to see here.
My question is: when you see this all day long and day after day and you keep on shooting this poison into small childre, how do you sleep at night?