After suing the CDC twice, Aaron Siri, human rights and vaccine attorney for Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) finally won the lawsuit, forcing the CDC to turn over its V-safe Covid vaccine injury data.
V-safe is a smartphone app created and used by the CDC that offers health evaluations and collects health information from people after they receive the COVID-19 vaccine. According to the CDC, “V-safe provides personalized and confidential health check-ins via text messages and web surveys so you can quickly and easily share with CDC how you, or your dependent, feel after getting a COVID-19 vaccine. This information helps CDC monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines in near real-time.”
ICAN took the 144 million lines of data it received from the CDC and created a visual dashboard to make the data easy to see and interpret. What the data shows is alarming.
Of the over 10 million users who registered with V-safe 3,353,110 were hurt and a staggering 6,458,751 health impacts were reported.
Health impacts were divided into 3 categories:
Participants were able to report multiple health impacts during the initial evaluation and through subsequent evaluations.
The data shows that 7.7% of users required medical care after receiving the vaccine while another 2.5 million, or 25% either had a serious reaction or had to miss work or school.
“Of the 10 million users within V-safe, 7.7% of them had to seek medical care after vaccination. That is an incredibly high percentage, it appears to me,” Siri told Fox News’s Chase Gallagher regarding the V-safe data.