“In countries where the vaccine has not been approved by the relevant regulatory authority, it is an investigational drug, and its safety
and efficacy have not been established.”

– “Global Information About Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine (also known
as BNT162b2)," Pfizer, accessed June 27, 2021,


  • REAL RISKS of COVID-19 Vaccination - LIST
  • Understanding VAERS and OpenVAERS Reporting Systems
  • Facts on Your RIGHT TO REFUSE 
  • CCHF Letter to the FDA Opposing Full Approval (6/2/21)
  • Seek EARLY TREATMENT - Don't Delay!
  • LOW Transmission Rates (Study)



Make an Informed Choice!

More than 339 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the U.S. from December 14, 2020, through July 19, 2021, according to the CDC on July 21, 2021. Although many of the vaccinated have experienced little to no difficulty, hundreds of thousands of Americans have experienced mild to severe adverse events. OpenVAERS includes 491,297 reports of adverse events as of July 16, 2021. If you are contemplating vaccination for COVID-19, take this opportunity be more fully informed. Please consider the following real risks: 

  1. Death 6,207 deaths reported to VAERS per CDC, as of July 19, 2021.** However, OpenVAERS, created by an independent group to make it easier to see VAERS data, lists 11,405 deaths reported to VAERS as of July 16, 2021 (Actual numbers likely higher: a 2011 Harvard Pilgrim study (p.6) says less than 1% of adverse events are reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System.)
  2. Anaphylactic reactions/allergic reactions (18,270 severe cases - OpenVAERS)
  3. Vascular: Thrombosis (blood clots), nose bleeds, stroke, emboli, thrombocytopenia (low platelets)
  4. Cardiac and Respiratory: cardiac arrest, cardiac arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation, shortness of breath, pulmonary emboli
  5. Inflammation: lymph node swelling; myocarditis/pericarditis (especially high in young men)
  6. Nervous system disorders: stroke, Guillain-Barre, Bell’s palsy, seizure, temporary paralysis, unable to walk 
  7. Muscle spasms and twitching  for weeks or months
  8. Pain – extremities, chest, kidney, abdominal, eye, “pins and needles,” injection site
  9. Pregnancy adverse events – spontaneous abortion, miscarriage, stillbirths, menstrual changes, maternal and fetal death, and possible infertility problems
  10. Sensory/Cognition – headache, loss of sight, hearing, speech, tinnitus, brain fog, cognitive decline
  11. Compromised immune system
  12. Abdominal: diarrhea, colitis, vomiting, gastrointestinal bleeds
  13. Shingles; rashes, swelling
  14. Antibody-Dependent Enhancement (ADE) – more severe COVID illness after the vaccinated are exposed to live virus
  15. SIRVA – Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccination Administration
  16. Extreme fatigue; fever; fainting, dizzy spells
  17. "Breakthrough" COVID-19 infection  3,016 hospitalized or fatal cases reported as of June 1, 2021, per CDC; NOTE: on May 1, 2021, the CDC stopped collecting data on breakthrough cases that did not lead to hospitalization or death despite 10,000 breakthrough cases reported through April 30, 2021. Therefore, the number of cases is unknown.
  18. Little to no benefit from vaccination if already had COVID-19
  19. Unknown effects of spike protein circulating in blood post-vaccination
  20. Unknown long-term effects  rushed FDA approval under emergency use authorization (EUA)

This is not an all-inclusive list.

Click here for all sources and citations for above data 


Understanding VAERS and OpenVAERS
Reporting Systems

The federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) is not user-friendly. Created by Congressional mandate in 1990, it is difficult both to report data and to view the reported data. A reporter of an adverse event, which can be anyone (vaccine injured person, parent, friend, physician, health care worker, hospital administrative staff, health plan, etc.), must complete five to six pages of information for each individual report. The reported case is then given a temporary VAERS ID number.

After the CDC has reviewed the case (and possibly requested supporting data and records from the reporter), the case may be given a permanent VAERS ID number. If so, that case is added to, and can be found in, the VAERS. The temporary ID is not included in the report in VAERS so it is difficult for adverse event reporters to know if their case is actually included on the VAERS. The number of reported cases not included on the VAERS appears to be unknown.

NOTE: VAERS warns adverse-event reporters that they are subject to fines and imprisonment if they falsely report a case. 

It is also difficult to accurately view the data in VAERS. According to several sources, the data is reported by year, but in three separate reports. Those who wish to properly understand the data must ask for the correct information, using the correct fields (including, according to OpenVAERS, requesting only the "received date"—the date the report was received by VAERS). There is no data field for the date the vaccine was given, although it could be written in the narrative. The three data sets must then be pulled and combined.

Thus, OpenVAERS was created about a year before COVID-19 by a small group of individuals (who have personally experienced vaccine injury) to make it easier for the general public to see the injury (adverse event) data available on VAERS. OpenVAERS pulls data directly from VAERS without manipulation: "We do not change, modify or vet data. We take the downloads, upload them to our server and put a different face on them so they are easier to browse and get accurate information from."

Screenshot from OpenVAERS:




Facts on Your Right to Refuse Covid-19 Vaccination
Print this document and share it with your employer, school, etc. if it
attempts to mandate the Covid-19 "vaccine." (See CDC definition in citations)


Legal Resources to Use if Employer and/or School is Requiring Mandatory Vaccinations
Click here for additional resources from America's Frontline Doctors and pdf ready documents for your employer and/or school or to request legal assistance.



CCHF Letter to FDA Opposing Full Approval of Moderna and Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccines— 6/2/2021




Seek Early Treatment. Don't Delay!
"Treat first. Test later. Don't wait for test results."
"Delay is what's killing people." -- Dr. Darrell DeMello, MD

Dr. DeMello has provided outpatient treatment to 6,000 patients
with only 35 hospitalized and 14 deaths (all with diabetes).



CLICK HERE for Early Treatment Resources, including videos of physicians discussing their successful early treatment (and later and long-hauler treatment) of COVID-19 patients. Physician Jackie Stone in Zimbabwe, in an inspiring interview about her use of ivermectin, shares her high success rate and says she's "no longer afraid of the virus."



Low Transmission Rates (Study)

SARS-CoV-2 is not easily transmitted. Published in February 2021, this Imperial College London study of transmissibility between 'close contacts' found the following transmission chances:

  • 3.5% if the person infected with COVID-19 had no symptoms
  • 12.8% if the infected person had symptoms
  • 21.1% if the infected person lived in the same household.

In short, if the infected person lived in the house, household members have a nearly 80% chance of not getting COVID-19. NOTE: although the Delta variant is considered more transmissible, it is much less severe. (See citations)

Screenshot from Imperial College report:

** The CCHF billboard includes the number of reported deaths published by the CDC as of June 14, 2021 (a plus sign was used to designate the increase in reports sure to come).

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