by Eldric Vero

January 22, 2024

This is an update of the October 2nd and 5th CotD presentations of the “Adverse Events of Special Interest” (AESI), “Most Frequently Reported Adverse Events” (MFRAE) and the “Total Adverse Events” within the Health Canada “Reported Side Effects Following Covid-19 Vaccination” report.  The reports can be accessed via the Government of Canada website : under the main heading “Reported side effects following COVID-19 vaccination in Canada” and click the “Detailed report” tab.  It is interesting to note immediately upon opening the website, Health Canada indicates the following:

  • No new safety signals have been identified during this reporting period
  • Evidence indicates that the benefits of COVID-19 vaccines continue to outweigh the risks of the disease
  • Health Canada…We’ll respond to any safety issues right away and will inform Canadians about any risks that arise in Canada

The following graphs are a construct of the author utilizing the Health Canada data.  Upon reviewing these graphical presentations of the data, you can decide if the above statements are reasonable.

Panel 1

It is important to distinguish between “Reports” and Events”.   As per Figure 4 in the Health Canada Detailed report under the “Notes”, it indicates the following ” Please note that 1 report represents 1 person and may contain information on more than 1 adverse event” (i.e. there may be multiple adverse events in a Report).  To date, there have been 58,712 “Most Frequently Reported Adverse Events” (MFRAE) Reports following immunization with 47,010 defined as “non-serious” and 11,702 defined as “serious.   Figure 4 in the Report lists the detailed and total MFRAEs to date (i.e. n=150,208) or an average of 2.6 “events” per report.  In addition, below Figure 4 is Table 1 which details total “Adverse Events of Special Interest” (AESI).  The number of AESIs to date are 6,781 and are not included with the MFRAE Health Canada totals, however, the author has included this data in the “Serious Events” and “Total Adverse Events”.

A total of 488 reports with an outcome of Death have been Reported to date as indicated below Table 1 in the Health Canada report under “Safety signals identified and other safety updates”.  The author has excluded this statistic from the Adverse Events Totals (for now), however, Total Serious Events plus Deaths account for 23.6 percent of all Adverse Events.  FYI, it is factually known that not all Vaccine Adverse Events are reported to the government and consequently are vastly “under-reported” (i.e. the numbers could be up to 40 times higher based on studies of the United States VAERS data).


Panel 2

This illustrates the four main AESI sub-groups: Cardiovascular, Circulatory, Nerves & Central Nervous System and Other (includes Anaphylaxis). These four sub-groups account for 91 percent of the AESIs to date. The majority of cases within the Cardiovascular sub-group (79 percent) are attributed to myocarditis and pericarditis.  It is interesting to observe in a previous report (May 27, 2022), Health Canada erased (without explanation) 1014 Cardiovascular and 732 Nervous System AESIs.  In addition, note the 20 percent increase in the Circulatory System sub-group since the previous report of which essentially all are attributed to haemorrhage (bleeding) and thrombosis (blood clots).


Panel 3

This graph presents the three remaining sub-groups: Auto-immune Diseases, Kidney/Liver Injury and Pregnancy Outcomes (spontaneous abortion, fetal growth restriction) which combined account for 9 percent of the AESIs to date.  Deaths are presented in the graph since the data set is separate and accessed below Table 1 in the Health Canada report.   The data indicates there has been on average 14 vaccine related deaths per month since January 2021.  Also observe the significant change of AESIs in the Auto-Immune Diseases sub-group which all are attributed to Thrombocytopenia (i.e. low blood platelets) and no explanation from Health Canada.


Panel 4

This graph illustrates the top four MFRAE sub-groups: Pruritus, Myocarditis/Pericarditis, Vaccine Site Various and Pain. These four sub-groups account for 66 percent of the 150,208 MFRAEs to date.


Panel 5

This graph presents the remaining four sub-groups: Anaphylaxis, Feeling Unwell, Neurological and Swelling which combined account for 34 percent of the MFRAEs to date.  Note that in early 2023, Health Canada removed (no reason given) over 1,000 cases of Bell’s Palsy/Facial Paralysis included in the Neurological category plus over 1,200 cases in the Anaphylaxis & Symptoms category.


Panel 6

There are some 50 MFRAEs plus 10 Vaccine Site MFRAEs as per Health Canada.  The author has attempted to consolidate the MFRAEs into eight (8) major-type categories in order to view the MFRAEs at a higher level based on the specific events and symptoms.  Some symptoms may apply to more than one category, and, as a consequence, the author has allocated a portion of certain MFRAEs for statistical purposes.  This method may not be the best way to view the data, however, it provides a view of the MFRAEs over time which is remarkable to say the least.  The human and monetary costs of these Adverse Events is incalculable.


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