Clinical and Political Factors to Blame for Under-Reporting of COVID Vaccination Adverse Events: Study

The under-reporting of adverse events linked to COVID-19 vaccination is caused by clinical, political, systemic, and media factors, says a recent study, which leads to misguided recommendations by authorities.
“The relative prevalence of side effects following COVID-19 vaccination is largely underestimated and does not correspond to reality,” says its author Patrick Provost, a full professor in the Department of Microbiology, Infectious diseases and Immunology at the Faculty of Medicine of Université Laval in Québec City.
The peer-reviewed study was published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research on Jan. 12 and is titled “The Blind Spot in COVID-19 Vaccination Policies: Under-Reported Adverse Events.”…

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