Adverse Event Reports
1,494,382 Reports Through December 30, 2022
- 33,469 DEATHS
- 188,270 HOSPITALIZATIONS
- 143,153 URGENT CARE
- 219,556 DOCTOR OFFICE VISITS
- 10,315 ANAPHYLAXIS
- 16,572 BELL’S PALSY
- 4,643 Miscarriages
- 18,115 Heart Attacks
- 26,096 Myocarditis/Pericarditis
- 61,764 Permanently Disabled
- 8,386 Thrombocytopenia/Low Platelet
- 35,788 Life Threatening
- 41,955 Severe Allergic Reaction
- 15,277 Shingles
“Highly Disturbing”: Increasing Number of Hospitals Denying Blood Transfusion Recipients Unvaccinated Blood
“It’s their [the patient’s] choice,” emphasized George Della Pietra, founder of Safe Blood, speaking at General Assembly Meeting #71. But hospitals are saying, “No, we don’t allow it anymore.”
George continued, “And they even lie to their patients. They say, ‘It is forbidden by law.’ I heard this in Germany. I heard this in other countries. They tell you there is a law [that] forbids it. I have not seen any laws changing in the past ten years. The laws are still the same. But they tell you there are laws which forbid it.”
The goal of Safe Blood is for their members to have access to blood donation, if necessary, from people who never received a Covid-19 vaccine. In return, they make themselves available as blood donors to other members.
Everyone can join, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated—however, only people who have never received a Covid-19 vaccine can donate their blood.
Washington Post Finally Admits U.S. is Massively Overcounting COVID-19 Deaths
We are overcounting COVID deaths… Since every hospitalized patient gets tested for COVID…a gunshot victim or someone who had a heart attack, for example, could test positiveLeana Wen on Friday (Jan. 13) in a Washington Post op-ed.
You can’t make this stuff up!
Don’t forget the #DiedSuddenly cases we are seeing daily
Kanekoa The Great highlighted several #DiedSuddenly cases on his twitter feed thread #SuddenlyCollapsed. The book he references is titled Cause Unknown: The Epidemic of Sudden Deaths in 2021 & 2022 published by Children’s Health Defense.