‘Does that sound safe and effective?’ Florida had 1,700% increase in vaccine adverse event reports after COVID-19 vaccine came out

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According to the state’s health department, there was a 1,700% increase in Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System reports in Florida following the release of the COVID-19 vaccine.

According to a health alert, “there was a 1,700% increase in VAERS reports after the release of the COVID-19 vaccine, compared to a 400% increase in overall vaccine administration for the same time period” in Florida. “Reporting of life-threatening conditions increased by over 4,400%,” according to the alert. “There is a need for more unbiased research to better understand the short- and long-term effects of the COVID-19 vaccines.”

“Florida saw a 1,700% increase in adverse event reports following COVID-19 vaccinations. Does that appear to be safe and effective? I didn’t believe it either. That is why we issued this health warning. “Just because ‘correlation causation’ isn’t proof of causation doesn’t mean we should abandon common sense,” Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo tweeted.

In a letter to U.S. Food and Drug Administration commissioner Robert Califf and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Rochelle Walensky, Ladapo suggested that the statistics are likely indicative of risk associated with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

“This increase in adverse events, compared to the percent increase in vaccine use, further explains the significant uptick we are seeing in VAERS reports. Given their magnitude, these findings are unlikely to be related to changes in reporting and more likely reflect a pattern of increased risk from mRNA COVlD-19 vaccines. “We need unbiased research, as many in the academic community have done, to better understand the short- and long-term effects of these vaccines,” Ladapo wrote.