Explanation: The post we are reviewing is false. The VAERS system cannot be used to insinuate a causal relationship between vaccination and side effects. The VAERS system is not designed to determine mortality and injury from any drug or medical device, including for covid-19 vaccines. Nor can conclusions be drawn from the reports about causality, that is, about a cause-and-effect relationship between vaccines and a certain side effect or death. There is also no evidence that vaccines are a disastrous experiment and that they weaken immunity.Read the Full Article (Vistinomer)
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