Powerful Public Comment to National Academies re: Adverse Vaccine Events

On March 30, 2023 the National Academies of of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine heard an hour and a half of powerful public comment about vaccine adverse events.

The closed-door meeting was minimally described as:

“This is a virtual committee meeting. Committee members will meet in closed deliberative sessions to discuss the report. There will be a public comment period in which pre-registered attendees will have the opportunity to provide public comment about the committee’s charge and task.”

When the CDC added the COVID-19 shots to their recommended pediatric schedule for children 6 months and up, it set in motion the steps required to place COVID-19 shot injuries and deaths under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. One step in this process includes adding a list of vaccine injuries acknowledged to be caused by the shots. The literature review being undertaken by the National Academies meeting is intended to generate that list.

At this time, all COVID-19 shots being used in the U.S. are under the liability shield of the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act.

Review of Relevant Literature Regarding Adverse Events Associated with Vaccines (Meeting 2) from The National Academies on Vimeo.