CDC Linked COVID Vaccines to Deaths, Claimed Otherwise

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found evidence that the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines caused deaths.

The agency later claimed there was no evidence linking the vaccine to deaths.

According to documents obtained by The Epoch Times, CDC employees found that myocarditis was listed on death certificates and in autopsies for those who died post-vaccination. Other employees found that the deaths met the definition for myocarditis.

Although the agency discovered vaccine-related deaths, the CDC still claimed that there were no links between the vaccine and deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

The document, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, revealed that the DCD analyzed 3,780 reports through April 13, 2023. Of the reported incidents, 101 resulted in death.

American Faith reported that a study published in the medical journal Cureus found that 27.11% of those who received COVID-19 mRNA vaccines in Saudi Arabia had “cardiac complications.”

While the study’s authors claimed cardiac complications were “infrequent,” they noted the implications of heart issues are “significant.”

“Grasping and comprehending these complications after mRNA vaccination is vital for a comprehensive assessment of vaccine safety and for guiding public health measures,” the study read. “Continuous monitoring of vaccine safety is paramount, and investigating self-reported physician-diagnosed cardiac complications post mRNA vaccination provides real-world data to complement clinical trial findings, enhancing our understanding of the long-term safety profile of these vaccines.”