COVID-19 Vaccines and Adverse Reactions: A Closer Look at Reported Data

According to a report from the Western Australian government, COVID-19 vaccines have been associated with a significantly higher rate of adverse reactions compared to other vaccines. In 2021, for every 100,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered, 264 adverse events (AEFIs) were recorded, whereas all other vaccinations had a much lower rate of 11.1 AEFIs per 100,000 doses. This alarming finding indicates that COVID-19 injections are 23.8 times more likely to result in adverse reactions.

The report also analyzed the various COVID-19 vaccines separately, and all of them showed higher rates of adverse events compared to non-COVID vaccines. The Moderna vaccine recorded 281.4 AEFIs per 100,000 doses, Pfizer’s vaccine had 244.8, and the AstraZeneca vaccine showed 306 AEFIs.

Despite these concerning findings, the Australian government continues its partnership with Moderna to produce more mRNA vaccines for future pandemics. Moderna aims to address influenza, COVID-19, and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) with a trifecta jab to maintain market share amidst falling revenue for vaccine companies as the health crisis subsides.

Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine sales, which amounted to US$18.4 billion in 2022, are expected to decline to $5 billion this year. The company recently received expedited approval for its mRNA-1345 (RSV vaccine) in Australia, making it the first country to launch the vaccines globally.

These findings coincide with a separate study from Switzerland, which revealed that the incidence of heart-related injuries following COVID-19 vaccinations was 3000 times higher than previously acknowledged by the CDC.

Despite ongoing concerns and data on adverse reactions, the collaboration with Moderna indicates that COVID-19 vaccines are likely to continue being used as a key preventive measure against future pandemics. Vigilance in monitoring vaccine safety remains crucial as the global community navigates vaccination strategies to safeguard public health.

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