Covid-19 vaccine cause people to die as with disease in young people
not enough support: Death reports in the US VAERS database contain unverified data and cannot prove that the COVID-19 vaccine caused the death of the recipient.
lack of context: COVID-19 survival rate alone is not enough to assess disease risk. even if the person has only mild symptoms But being infected with COVID-19 can also have long-lasting effects after recovery, such as fatigue. problems with perception and tissue damage
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COVID-19 has caused millions of infections and more than 3.5 million deaths worldwide. The vast majority of children and young adults who are infected will have mild symptoms. However, a small percentage of people under 24 can still develop severe and fatal COVID-19. Even survivors can experience chronic health problems after recovery. Although young people have a high survival rate. But the COVID-19 vaccine It can help protect them from the risks associated with the disease. meanwhile Vaccination against COVID-19 It can help reduce the spread of the virus. especially among vulnerable people who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons.
Full Claim: COVID-19 vaccine causes as many deaths as the disease in young people, VAERS records COVID-19 deaths.
The US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a surveillance system that helps ensure the safety of vaccines used in the United States. However, VAERS reports are often misused to spread misinformation about vaccine safety. Particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic . One example is this image posted on Facebook by Wendy Bell on May 24, 2020, which uses a VAERS report to claim that the COVID-19 vaccine spoils young people. life as much as COVID-19 itself.
This comparison is misleading because the VAERS report alone does not show that the vaccine protects against COVID-19. cause death As the health critique explained in previous reviews here, here and here, COVID-19 also poses serious health risks to people in addition to death. This includes any potential long-term health problems that may arise for survivors. As we explain below
The VAERS death report only states that death occurred after vaccination. It doesn’t prove that vaccines kill people.
Under the title “Covid-19 Lethal Vaccine,” the post features data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicating that the COVID-19 vaccine has This results in the death of 0.0017% of vaccinated persons. This figure is obtained by multiplying the number of deaths reported to VAERS as of May 17, 2021 (4,647 reported deaths) by 100 and dividing by the number Covid-19 vaccine dosage injected in the United States at the time (273 million doses)
Even if the information is correct But the meaning of the COVID-19 vaccine Not responsible for these deaths is incorrect and misuse of the VAERS report.
VAERS is an open system that allows reporting of any health problems. occurring after vaccination From mild symptoms to serious medical events Regardless of what caused the adverse event, the system collects information from anyone who wishes to submit a report, so VAERS provides “incomplete, inaccurate, incidental or verifiable” information, as the website clearly warns. This means that VAERS reports alone cannot show that the vaccine caused adverse events. Contrary to what the post claims
due to the approval of the COVID-19 vaccine in case of emergency Healthcare providers are legally responsible for reporting any serious adverse events after use, including death among persons vaccinated. The CDC and FDA will then review each death report to determine if it may be related to the vaccine.
As of May 26, 2021, the United States has vaccinated nearly 290 million doses of COVID-19. During that time, VAERS had reported 4,863 (0.0017%) deaths among COVID-19 vaccination recipients. As the CDC explains, these deaths are definitely not caused by vaccines.
The safety review identified a type of severe allergic reaction called anaphylaxis in approximately two to five people per million people vaccinated against COVID-19 with the mRNA vaccine. within 30 minutes after vaccination VAERS recently received 32 confirmed reports of thrombocytopenia in a cohort of Johnson and Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine recipients. Although there is a possible causal link between the COVID-19 vaccine. But the CDC concluded that the known and potential benefits of the vaccine outweigh the known and potential risks.
Although the CDC and FDA will continue to monitor the safety of all COVID-19 vaccines, serious safety issues are rare. Safety data from clinical trials and ongoing monitoring of vaccination campaigns ensure and demonstrate that FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at protecting against COVID-19.[1-3]. Most people do not experience any side effects or mild side effects. This may include pain or swelling at the injection site, fever, chills, tiredness, and headache, but these effects generally disappear within a few days.
Vaccinated people do not die at a higher rate than unvaccinated people.
According to the VAERS report, the post also claims that from May 3 to May 17, 2021, the COVID-19 vaccine This resulted in 469 deaths, which equals 34 deaths per day, in addition to the fact that this was the misuse of the VAERS report described above. This claim has no significant context. mislead
The truth is that many people die every day for various reasons. to put this number in context. The United States reported an average of 7,708 deaths per day in 2017, assuming the US population is similar to 2017, and considering that 49.7% of them are vaccinated against COVID-19. at least once We estimate approximately 3,830 deaths per day. Comparing that figure to figures presented by Bell shows that 34 deaths each day do not indicate a vaccine safety issue.
We can only infer that vaccines can cause death if the number of deaths among those who are vaccinated exceeds the expected number of deaths in unvaccinated individuals. However, the health authorities have not observed the mortality rate. Life between vaccinated individuals is higher than in unvaccinated populations. As the health feedback was discussed in the previous review.
The chance of survival alone is not sufficient to estimate disease risk.
The post claims that the “survival” of COVID-19 for people under the age of 24 is 99.998%. This figure comes from dividing the number of deaths from COVID-19. Out of the 50.5 million people under the age of 24, it’s unclear what 50.5 million means. Because we can’t find a source that matches this number.
Alleging that disease with a high survival rate poses a small health risk is misleading. because other important factors are not considered For example, a virus with a low mortality rate but highly contagious can cause more infections and death than a more serious virus that infects a few people. Such is the case of COVID-19, whose rapid spread has caused more than 33 million infections and 590,000 deaths in the United States as of May 27, 2021.
Such a simple view also overlooks the potential long-term effects of COVID-19 infection. Growing clinical evidence suggests that COVID-19 outcomes outweigh death or recovery. Although children and young people are at risk of contracting COVID-19 at a less severe level But some people get this disease. especially those with underlying health conditions such as obesity
One study was published in JAMA Internal Medicine It shows that COVID-19 led to more than 11,000 hospitalizations and the deaths of 178 children between March and December 2020. In addition, among those 18-34 years of age, COVID-19 patients were hospitalized. 21% needed ventilation and 2.7% died..
Although young people have a high chance of surviving COVID-19, some people still suffer from “COVID-19” even if they have little or no symptoms. Symptoms include loss of smell and taste. severe fatigue, shortness of breath, and cognitive problems that may last for weeks or monthsAs explained in a previous review, COVID-19 infection can cause lifelong problems in some survivors. including permanent lung and heart damage and neurological problems[6,7]These prolonged symptoms can worsen the patient’s recovery and greatly affect the patient’s quality of life.
Finally, the post stated that only 5% (29,317) of those died from COVID-19. Only of all reported cases (586,335 as of May 23, 2021) were attributed to COVID-19, according to the CDC. This claim is inaccurate and interprets how deaths are warranted, according to the CDC. As the CDC explains on its website, 5% is the percentage of deaths for which COVID-19 is the only cause mentioned. specify additional conditions This does not mean that these conditions are causing death. As described in the previous review. Deaths are classified as “COVID-19 deaths” only if the sequence of clinical events leading to the patient’s death is compatible with COVID-19. shortness of breath It may not be a pre-existing condition. but as a consequence of COVID-19 itself.
In summary, the claim that the vaccine prevents COVID-19 Not safe for children and young people Like the disease itself, it is unsupported and misleading. VAERS death reports alone do not show that the vaccine protects against COVID-19. cause an adverse event Therefore, it does not provide evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine cause death or unsafe Although children and young adults are highly unlikely to die from COVID-19, the disease poses other health risks, such as long-term effects, even in those with little or no symptoms.