For several months, social media posts have cited an unverified national health database.
For months, posts on social media have cited unverified national health databases and falsely suggested that the Covid-19 vaccine has caused thousands of deaths, possibly more than the virus itself.
These claims have been repeatedly rejected. But as long as well-known public figures like Fox News host Tucker Crlson continue to promote them, they will continue to circulate.
“Between late December 2020 and last month, apparently a total of 3,362 people died after being vaccinated with Covid in the United States,” Carlson commented on Wednesday’s plan, citing the center’s adverse event reporting system, VAERS CDC It is the English abbreviation for Disease Control and Prevention, and CDC is the English abbreviation. “There are an average of 30 people a day. The current number is much higher.”
However, as the Ministry of Health and Human Services pointed out in the instructions posted on its website, the database relies on self-reports, and these reports may contain unverified information.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reviewed the VAERS reports of the Covid-19 vaccine administered from December 14 to May 3 and found that 4178 people reported deaths. However, the agency noted that “a review of available clinical information including death certificates, autopsy and medical records has not yet determined the causal relationship with the Covid-19 vaccine.”