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COVID jabs increase stroke risk by 11,361 percent

COVID jabs increase stroke risk by 11,361 percent | 3 May 2022 | Getting "vaccinated" for the COVID-19 is a great way to massively increase your risk of suffering a stroke, government data show. Data from the United States government's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) show that a jabbed person is about 115 times more likely to suffer a stroke compared to a non-jabbed person. Taking a COVID shot or two increases the risk of stroke by 11,361 percent. Between December of 2020 and the 11th of February in 2022, 4,532 cases of covid jab-related stroke were logged. VAERS only captures about one percent of all vaccine reactions. Comparatively, the number of strokes that occurred as a result of flu shots between 2008 and 2020, a range of 12 to 13 years, is just 122. "Taking these numbers at face value, you could assume that the Covid-19 injections have proven to be 37 times more likely to cause a stroke than the flu vaccines," reports the Daily Exposé (UK).