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All COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. were caused by faulty batches of vaccines.

Health authorities have not expressed concerns with specific vaccine lots, and the data cited is misrepresented.

Health authorities have not expressed concerns with specific vaccine lots, and the data cited is misrepresented.The Expose, a conspiracy news site, published an article on October 31, 2021, with the headline, "100 percent of COVID-19 Vaccine Deaths were caused by just 5 percent of the batches produced according to official Government data." The website claimed that data is from the U.S.'s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

The data presented mostly contain incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental, or unverifiable information from the VAERS. Most VAERS data is prone to bias as reports to it are voluntary. Further, Logically has debunked many inaccurate Expose claims and revealed that Jonathan Allen-Walker of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire is behind the conspiracy news site. On the other hand, accessing the VAERS data search page shows that just 2 percent of the deaths are classified as 'lot unknown' and 'not available.' The blank column suggests that the data was updated by the reporting person and not 'vaccine lot.'

Agence France-Presse also reviewed the expert's opinion on these problems and stated that the content published by Expose is a complete fabrication. CDC spokeswoman Martha Shara is quoted by AFP as saying that neither CDC nor FDA has not identified a safety signal associated with a particular COVID-19 vaccine lot or lots.

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