Both Canada and the United States have systems to receive reports of adverse events after one has been vaccinated. See our FAQ on “Adverse Event Reporting” to learn more about what are considered adverse events and how to report them. The Canadian system is known as the “Adverse Events Following Immunization” (AEFI). The US system is known as “Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System” (VAERS). It is beyond the scope of this answer to judge each system, but both are run by their respective governments and both are not easy to retrieve data for the average person.
Here is a solution to the problem for those community members who are interested
Here is a FAQ copied from OpenVAERS website to identify the people supporting it.
OpenVAERS is a project developed by a small team of people with vaccine injuries or who have children with vaccine injuries. We do not accept donations or solicit fees. There is zero monetization of this site. It is purely created in order to help others browse the VAERS records and to identify the reported signals that may otherwise get missed.
It is important to recognize that OpenVAERS is strictly reporting on the VAERS data in a retrievable format. It is not another data set.
If we take just one parameter, such as deaths following immunization, here is Canada’s report-
- Up to and including October 22, 2021, a total of 208 reports with an outcome of death were reported following vaccination. Although these deaths occurred after being vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine, they are not necessarily related to the vaccine. Based on the medical case review using the WHO-UMC causality assessment categories, it has been determined that:
- 79 of these deaths are unlikely linked to a COVID-19 vaccine
- 82 deaths could not be assessed due to insufficient information
- 41 deaths are still under investigation
- 6 deaths followed a diagnosis of TTS (refer to the TTS bullet above)
Here is the VAERS data as reported by OpenVAERS for the same week-
VAERS has 17,619 reports with an outcome of death up to Oct 22/21 and 27,350 up to April 22/22.
Wouldn’t this lead one to presume that the death rate in Canada should be about 10% of the US number since we have about 10% of the population? That number would be 1,762 deaths rather than 208 maybe’s in October/22 and 2,735 deaths in April/22 instead of 327 maybe’s. Are the same vaccines really so much safer in Canada or are the real numbers being hidden from us to make the vaccines appear safer than they really are? Does this make you a little uneasy?
In the spring of 2022, the Canadian Adverse Events Reporting System (CAERS) came online. It is an excellent way to report adverse events and to monitor them.
Vaxxtracker is also very good at monitoring event data: