Almost 3,000% Increase in Eye Disorders Following COVID-19 Vaccines

Almost 3,000% Increase in Eye Disorders Following COVID-19 Vaccines by Brian Shilhavy, Editor, Health Impact News

A case study was published earlier this month in the Journal Français d’Ophtalmologie reporting an anterior uveitis case that developed after the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in a 54-year-old female.

Bilateral anterior uveitis after BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine: Case report

A 54-year-old female patient, who did not have any disease other than diabetes mellitus, had complaints of redness, blurred vision, eye and headache that started in both eyes 3 days after the first dose of BNT162b2 mRNA (Pfizer-BioNTech) vaccine. Three days later, she was referred to our clinic.

She had the best corrected visual acuity of 5/20 on the snellen chart in both eyes. Conjunctiva of both eyes were hyperemic, corneal epithelial edema and keratic prepitates were observed in the lower quadrant. There was intense reaction in the anterior chamber and posterior synechia in the right eye. Intraocular pressure values were 60 mmHg in the right and 55 mmHg in the left with the Goldman applanation tonometer. Corneal edema was attributed to high intraocular pressure.

The patient was hospitalized and necessary blood tests were taken. (Full study.)

We have previously reported on a case of a 7-year-old girl in Thailand who began oozing blood from her eyes and skin after receiving the Pfizer mRNA vaccine. Her case was published in CTN News, which reported:

According to the Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute MDPI, there have been recent reports of hemorrhage, blood clots, and thrombocytopenia following the administration of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines that have raised concerns over the safety of genetic vaccines for people with pre-existing coagulation disorders or those on certain medications. (Full article.)

With the dangerous COVID-19 mRNA shots now being extended to babies and toddlers, I decided to search the Government VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Reporting System) database for cases filed for various eye disorders. The list of eye disorders that I searched can be seen here. They are:

  • Abnormal sensation in eye
  • Abscess of eyelid
  • Autoimmune eye disorder
  • Binocular eye movement disorder
  • Decreased eye contact
  • Eye allergy
  • Eye contusion
  • Eye discharge
  • Eye disorder
  • Eye haemangioma
  • Eye haematoma
  • Eye haemorrhage
  • Eye infection
  • Eye infection bacterial
  • Eye infection fungal
  • Eye infection intraocular
  • Eye infection staphylococcal
  • Eye infection toxoplasmal
  • Eye infection viral
  • Eye inflammation
  • Eye injury
  • Eye irritation
  • Eyelid abrasion
  • Eyelid bleeding
  • Eyelid boil
  • Eyelid contusion
  • Eyelid cyst
  • Eyelid disorder
  • Eyelid function disorder
  • Eyelid haematoma
  • Eyelid infection
  • Eyelid injury
  • Eyelid irritation
  • Eyelid margin crusting
  • Eyelid pain
  • Eyelid tumour
  • Eyelid vascular disorder
  • Eye movement disorder
  • Eye pain
  • Eye pruritus
  • Eye rolling
  • Eyes sunken
  • Eye swelling
  • Eye ulcer
  • Floppy eyelid syndrome
  • Glassy eyes

For the past 18 months since the COVID-19 vaccines were given emergency use authorizations, there have been 17,858 cases of eye disorders reported, including 59 deaths, 1,232 permanent disabilities, 2,882 ER visits, and 1,466 hospitalizations, with 307 life threatening events. (Source.)

That’s an average of 992 cases of eye disorders reported each month following COVID-19 vaccine injections, and this is most certainly NOT an exhaustive list of eye disorders.

But it does give us a sub-set of data to compare to all other FDA-approved vaccines for the previous 30 years (360 months) prior to the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccines.

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