ZERO Smallpox Deaths or Injuries in 40 Years but 5,755 Injuries and Deaths from Smallpox Vaccines

ZERO Smallpox Deaths or Injuries in 40 Years but 5,755 Injuries and Deaths from Smallpox Vaccines by Brian Shilhavy, Editor, Health Impact News

As we reported over the weekend, the new plandemic being planned and rolled out to instill fear and sell more vaccines is the “monkeypox” virus. See:

Plandemic II Launched to Keep Pandemic Funds Flowing to Big Pharma: MonkeyPox

Belgium is the first country to introduce a mandatory 21-day monkeypox quarantine for those who contract the virus, after three cases were recorded in the country. (Source.)

Vaccines that are already approved by the FDA already exist for smallpox, and those same vaccines, the public is being told, will protect people from monkeypox as well.

The CDC announced today that they are releasing smallpox vaccines for new cases of monkeypox in the U.S., which to date total ONE case and few others “suspected.”

Officials for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday said the agency is releasing doses of a smallpox vaccine in response to the few recent cases of monkeypox that have been detected in the U.S. (Source.)

Since these smallpox vaccines already exist, I did a search in the government VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) database to see how many injuries and deaths have been reported following smallpox vaccinations, since smallpox has allegedly been eradicated in the U.S. for over 40 years now, with no known cases resulting in deaths or injuries during the past 40+ years.

Smallpox vaccines have caused 5,755 cases to be filed including 18 deaths, 91 permanent disabilities, 3,088 visits to the emergency room, and 851 hospitalizations, for a disease that no longer exists in the U.S. (Source.)

And this is not a vaccine that has been given to many people in the past. It is not a vaccine that is in the CDC vaccine schedule for children, and in the statistics provided by the Health Resources & Services Administration website for total vaccine doses administered between 2006 and 2014, it is not listed there either.

According to the CDC, the smallpox vaccine has only been recommended “for specific populations at high risk of occupational exposure to orthopoxviruses.” (Source.)

So apparently these reported cases of injuries and deaths following smallpox vaccines are from a very small amount of smallpox vaccines given out during that past 40+ years.

There are two smallpox vaccines currently approved by the FDA (ACAM2000® and JYNNEOSTM), and a third one (Aventis Pasteur Smallpox Vaccine) that “is an investigational vaccine that may be used in a smallpox emergency under the appropriate regulatory mechanism (i.e., Investigational New Drug application [IND] or Emergency Use Authorization [EUA]).” (Source.)

One of these FDA approved smallpox vaccines, Jynneos, was just approved in September of 2019, and allegedly covers monkeypox in addition to smallpox. It is produced by Bavarian Nordic, and in 2019 the U.S. Government gave them $1.8 billion to secure 28 million doses to the “national stockpile” to “enhance domestic biodefense and global health security.”

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