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Millions of people have died after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 and millions more are suffering from serious side effects.

Conspiracy theorists have been using official databases to cast doubt over the safety of vaccines.

Conspiracy theorists have been using official databases to cast doubt over the safety of vaccines.A 52-page report written by the anti-vaccine advocates David Sorenson and Dr. Vladimir Zelenko claims that millions have died in the U.S., U.K. Isreal, Brazil, and Europe after taking the COVID-19 vaccine. The report cites databases such as VAERS and others.

The VAERS is a government website where anyone can report any adverse effect following the vaccination. However, the website itself warns that data is not verified, and the report can contain incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental, or unverifiable information. Logically has done a comprehensive double-check on how VAERS and other open-source data are being misrepresented to provide a falsified narrative.

While some individuals may have died or experienced adverse reactions after receiving the vaccine, it does not mean that vaccines directly caused illness or fatalities. The COVID-19 vaccine can cause various side effects such as fatigue, body pain, and a fever. These are typical signs indicating that the body is building protection against the virus and expected.

Extremist organizations have spread false information to undermine the vaccines since the mass vaccination drive took off in many countries. They use the raw data, which is meant for scientists and medical professionals, to further their agenda by interpreting it as a danger to human beings.

Furthermore, Logically has previously debunked similar claims where the raw data is used to mislead the public and create vaccine hesitancy.

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