The ‘safe & effective’ Pfizer jab: with only 1-2% reporting, UK records 382 deaths & 61,533 adverse reactions in 5 wk period following this jab

For this five week period alone and JUST FOR THE PFIZ CV V there are:
61,533 reports covering 175,673 different individual reactions (more than one symptom in a report)
THERE ARE 382 DEATHS

I wonder if even the military ,army or air force would stomach these casualty figures

Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch

From The Health Forum NZ @ fb

ADVERSE REACTIONS UK
In England the V Adverse Reaction reporting is called “Yellow card”.
Attached is the latest Yellow Card data for the period 13 April to 20 May 2021.
This is a “passive reporting system” (like our system in NZ) e.g. reporting of injury and death is not mandatory.
Yellow card is thought to capture 1 to 2% of all actual adverse reactions and deaths. Keep this in mind as you read the data.
For this five week period alone and JUST FOR THE PFIZ CV V there are:
61,533 reports covering 175,673 different individual reactions (more than one symptom in a report)
THERE ARE 382 DEATHS
Some issues of note:
Blood disorders: 6208
Cardiac disorders: 2,239
Eye disorders (including 35 cases of blindness): 2866
Gastrointestinal disorders: 18,049
Herpes: 781
Nervous System disorders: 32,575
Spontaneous abortions (miscarriages): 70
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Kazan- Kazan National Research Technical University Казанский национальный исследовательский технический университет имени А. Н. Туполева he graduated in Economics in 1982

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