January 3, 2022
Founded in 2021, The World Council for Health is an non-profit initiative whose aim is “to broaden public health knowledge and sense-making through science and shared wisdom” and to “safeguard human rights and free will while empowering people to take control of their health and wellbeing.” They recently released an updated edition of their multi-source analysis of the safety of COVID injections. Their 21-page report includes data from WHO’s VigiAccess, the CDC’s VAERS Database, EudraVigilance, and the UK’s Yellow Card Scheme.
WCH summarized their findings in the following quote from the report’s conclusion:
This report sought to look at pharmacovigilance data from VigiAcess, VAERS, EudraVigilance, and UK Yellow Card for Covid-19 vaccines. The aim was to determine if the data on these databases was sufficient to establish a safety signal about these products. We conclude the following:
- All pharmacovigilance databases examined in this report reveal a number of adverse events reports linked to Covid-19 vaccines that are between ten times and 169 times more than what is observed in other commonly administered products
- There are several thousand reports of adverse events in children for whom the Covid-19 product has not been approved
There is sufficient evidence on all pharmacovigilance databases examined in this report to establish a concerning safety signal about Covid-19 vaccines.
The full report is available here.