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Western Australian Health Department Report Shows COVID ‘Vaccine’ Adverse Events Occur at 24 Times the Rate of All Other Vaccines Combined


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The Western Australian government’s Department of Health has finally produced a report analyzing the adverse-event data related to the COVID “vaccines” from 2021 and found the experimental injections were related to 24 times the number of reports versus all other vaccines administered in the state combined. The report notes an “exponential” increase in reported adverse events following the COVID-injection rollout, 48% of which required a visit to the hospital.


As Australian writer Rebekah Barnett reported earlier this month the Western Australian government has finally released its 2021 vaccine safety surveillance report and the statistics clearly show the COVID injections—particularly the ones from Moderna and Pfizer—are unequivocally not safe. The report, which the Western Australian government’s Department of Health produced six months after it should’ve according to Barnett, shows a wide range of mild and serious side effects associated with the experimental injections that, all together, occurred at a rate 24 times greater than those from all other vaccines in the state combined for the same year.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

Although the report is a bit lengthy at 35 pages, the graphs in the report that begin on page nine demonstrate the COVID-injection safety signal robustly and unambiguously. Take, for example, the graph immediately above. Australia’s COVID injection rollout began on February 22 of 2021, and an immediate explosion in adverse events following “vaccination” appeared in the health department’s Western Australia Vaccine Safety Surveillance (WAVSS) system. (An equivalent of the VAERS system in the United States.)

Although not directly related to Australia’s data, note we see this same exact pattern not only in VAERS, the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, but also in the data related to deaths available from Germany. (See charts immediately below.)

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The explosion in vaccine-related adverse events reported in the country is not only blatant from the health department’s chart, but the department itself notes there was literally an “exponential increase in AEFI [adverse events following immunization] reports” in 2021.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

Drilling down into the data, the health department shows there were 10,428 adverse events following COVID-19 “vaccination” in 2021 in the state. For reference, there were only 200 adverse events for all other vaccines administered in the country for the year combined.

Not only was there an enormous number of adverse events associated with the COVID injections, but 48% of them required a visit to the emergency department. Nine percent of them required victims to be admitted to the hospital. (Three percent of the adverse events were also in young people in the five-to-17 age group.)

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

On a per-dose basis, there were 264.1 adverse events for every 100,000 COVID injections administered in the state. For non-COVID vaccines, the rate was only 11.1 per 100,000 doses. That means there was 24 times the number of adverse events on a per-dose basis for the—novel, experimental—COVID injections versus non-COVID injections.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

While 264.1 adverse events per 100,000 doses of COVID injection was the average overall, the health department’s data show that in October of 2021 that number hit 1,600 per 100,000. In September and November there were 1,400 adverse events per 100,000 doses.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

In regard to specific reports, the data from the Western Australian’s health department, like the data from everywhere else in the world where the COVID injections were rolled out, evinced a clear and robust signal for myocarditis and pericarditis. There were, for example, approximately 13 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis per 100,000 doses for the second dose of Spikevax. (Spikevax is the brand name for Moderna’s COVID injection.) Overall, there were 4.5 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis per 100,000 doses.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

Cross-reference these data with those studied in the medical literature via the post embedded immediately below. Note many studies show that the rate of myocarditis from the COVID injections is greater than the rate of myocarditis ostensibly caused by COVID-19 itself. (Note there is at least one peer-reviewed study that found no increase in myocarditis or pericarditis incidence following COVID-19 infection amongst “unvaccinated” individuals.)

Furthermore, the health department received 42.8 reports of “chest pain” per 100,000 doses of Comirnaty (Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID injection), and nearly 60 reports of “chest pain” per 100,000 doses for Spikevax.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

Other serious adverse events (likely) due to the COVID injections also included, for example, incidences of Guillain–Barré syndrome. Note at least one peer-reviewed study has confirmed an increase in the potentially serious and permanent paralysis disorder following COVID “vaccination.” See post embedded immediately below.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) was also identified as a serious adverse event following COVID “vaccination” in the country. Note the FDA has not only limited the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID injection because of concerns with the risk of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (a syndrome of rare and potentially life-threatening blood clots in combination with low levels of blood platelets). Blood clotting also frequently appears as a serious adverse event following COVID “vaccination” in the medical literature—see the post embedded immediately below.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

Of course, anaphylaxis—a life-threatening allergic reaction—was also reported as an adverse event related to the administration of the COVID injections. Note anaphylaxis has been reported as an adverse event related to the injections in many other places, including Pfizer’s own post-authorization data.

Western Australian government’s Department of Health

Finally, note that WAVSS likely suffers from a large under-reporting factor just as VAERS does. (A 2010 report from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc. pegged VAERS’ under-reporting factor at 100. At least.) Steve Kirsch, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and founder of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF), for example, said in a Substack post that WAVSS injury data “is under-reported by at least a factor of 10X for the most serious, obvious events.” He arrived at this conclusion by comparing the rates in WAVSS with published peer-reviewed literature.


Feature image: Marco Verch Professional Photographer

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