CDC Trial: Case Reports of Serious Harm After
COVID-19 Booster Vaccine
A new review of protective data from the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention found only incidents of significant adverse events
after nearly 1 million updated COVID-19 booster
images administered to children for five to eleven in sight in October.
The research, which was published Thursday by the CDC, evaluated
more than 900 reviews of the vaccine's adverse event reporting machine
and found that approximately 99.8% of presentations
for children ages 5 to 11 years were deemed non-existent.
Most of the reviews were associated with vaccination errors, such
as young people receiving the wrong dose for their age.
The two reported critical activities covered a young child who exhibited
signs and symptoms consistent with Miller Fisher syndrome
which is a rare neurological condition believed to be a version of Guillain-Barré syndrome,
and another child who was hospitalized with hives and arthritis.
The researchers also analyzed more than 3,200
submissions to v-safe, a security surveillance device connected
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