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Data from Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) revealed an alarming increase in cases of brain injury following the rollout of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines compared to the previous 30 years.
VAERS received over 1,092 cases of brain injury related to the COVID-19 vaccine from December 2020 to May 13 this year for an average of over 64 cases per month. For the previous 30 years or 360 months, there were only 1,068 cases of brain injury associated to all other vaccines for an average of less than three per month.
That is an increase of over 2,000 percent. More people have suffered brain injury from COVID-19 vaccine than from all other vaccines in the past three decades combined.
They’ve suffered from what they call encephalopathy, which simply means damage or disease that affects the brain. It happens when there’s been a change in the way your brain works or a change in your body that affects your brain. Those changes lead to an altered mental state, leaving you confused and not acting like you usually do.
Of course, there are many other serious conditions linked to COVID-19 vaccines, including heart diseases and blood clots. Some people develop multiple serious conditions after receiving a dose of the deadly vaccine.
In one case study published last May 2022 in the Journal of Neuroimmunology, a 15-year-old girl developed encephalopathy, myocarditis and thrombocytopenia simultaneously after receiving a second dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.
Neurological issues and autism linked to childhood vaccines
Even before the pandemic, data has shown that neurological issues are common side effects of all childhood vaccines. These conditions are usually grouped under the label of “autism.”
There is an evident link between increased vaccinations of children to rising rates of autism in the United States. However, government health agencies continue to deny any causal effect between the increased childhood vaccine schedule and diagnoses of autism.
With children as young as six months now being injected with experimental vaccines against COVID-19, autism rates around the world may soon increase astronomically as well.
It must be noted that encephalopathy does not represent all the cases of neurological damage to the brain that have been reported in VAERS, but it does give a point of reference to compare cases of brain injury reported after the rollout of coronavirus vaccines compared to all other Food and Drug Administration-approved vaccines for the last three decades.
Encephalopathy refers to “any diffuse disease of the brain that alters brain function or structure.”
Depending on the type and severity of encephalopathy, common neurological symptoms may include:
- Inability to concentrate
- Progressive loss of consciousness
- Progressive loss of memory and cognitive ability
- Subtle personality changes
Other neurological symptoms may include:
- Loss of ability to swallow or speak
- Muscle atrophy and weakness
- Myoclonus (involuntary twitching of a muscle or group of muscles)
- Nystagmus (rapid, involuntary eye movement)
Blood tests, electroencephalograms, imaging studies, spinal fluid examination and similar diagnostic studies can help differentiate the various causes of encephalopathy. (Related: Preprint research report links rare brain disease to COVID-19 vaccines.)
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