A covid vaccine adverse reaction report posted on the US-based OpenVAERS database on 2 February 2021 – but just coming to light this week – appears to show a two-month-old baby boy had a severe adverse reaction following an injection of the Pfizer jab.
The author of the entry writes the baby was given the Pfizer vaccination, was observed for 15 minutes, and then left the clinic.
The baby boy was returned one hour later on 2 February 2021, presenting as “skin cold, clammy and with chest pain”.
The report states: “Cardiac arrest event then developed, patient stabilized and transferred for further medical treatment.”
The report does not provide any information on the fate of the child.
In another case, a one-year-old boy died two days after a covid-19 Moderna injection that was given on 8 April 2021. The entry simply states: “Increased body temperature, seizure, death.”
In another troubling case listed on the OpenVAERS database, a one-year-old girl appears to have suffered bells palsy following a Pfizer vaccination. The condition causes facial paralysis.
(As at 17 July 2021 there have been 22 bells palsy covid jab related incidents in New Zealand).
The report notes the child received a single does of the bnt162b2 Pfizer vaccine on 19 January 2021 for covid-19 immunization.
The report states: “The patient fit and well, nil previous concerns. The patient developed left postauricular pain (20 January 2021)…progressed to full left sided bells palsy.
“The events reported as disability and medically significant. Outcome of the events left postauricular pain and full left sided bells palsy was not recovered.”
It is not clear where in the world these three cases are based, although they are likely to be in North America. However, given covid vaccines are not routinely given to children aged under 12 it is not clear from the reports how these children came to be injected with covid vaccines.
VAERS is the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System put in place in 1990. It is a voluntary reporting system that has been estimated to account for only 1% of vaccine injuries.