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By Chris Sweeney, an author and columnist who has written for newspapers such as The Times, Daily Express, The Sun and Daily Record, along with several international-selling magazines. Follow himon Twitter @Writes_SweeneyOne of the founders of a new group formed last month, the International Coalition of Extraterrestrial Research, explains its mission to RT.com – and why he’s convinced aliens frequently visit Earth.
Aliens have under-ocean bases and are trying to dissuade the human race away from nuclear weapons, due to the potential catastrophic damage.
In some quarters, that statement would see you dismissed as a crank.
But not for Gary Heseltine, vice president of the newly formed International Coalition of Extraterrestrial Research (ICER).
They are a non-governmental organisation headquartered in Portugal comprising scientists, researchers, and academics from 27 nations. Their mission statement is: Preparing for Contact.
Every member of ICER has signed an oath underlining their core belief.
Heseltine explains: “It says after 70 years of worldwide research, we think the evidence points to something that is real, acts with intelligence and is likely to be extraterrestrial, and non-human.
Yes, ICER thinks aliens exist and that they frequently visit Earth.
It sounds like a plot from a Hollywood movie, but the group is serious, and keen to discuss its theories rationally and evidentially.
Heseltine, a former British police detective, explained: “My remit and ICER’s remit is what would stand up in a hypothetical court of law.
“We should be preparing now for the possibility this is real, as the evidence says it’s real. We are dealing with something that’s gone beyond lights in the sky.
“To put it in perspective, in three percent of cases worldwide there’s something that is a genuine phenomenon, that defies explanation after investigation. Three percent of millions of cases over the last 70 years is a lot.”
Some experts report these crafts flying at hypersonic speeds, pulling a g-force of 600, with no wings or propulsion system. (As a comparison, an F-16 can only fly at half that speed and pull 9G).
There is also a fighter pilot’s account of seeing a craft drop from 60,000 feet to 50 feet in 0.8 seconds.
Heseltine talks of observables with UFO or UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) that include instant acceleration, instant stop, instant reversal on the same track, all with no deceleration, and right-angle turns with no declaration at the point of turn.
Others are truly hard to wrap one’s mind around: ICER says these crafts can switch from being invisible to visible in the click of a finger. And all emit no noise.
Experts agree this is all beyond military capabilities – even secret, advanced programs. “This is why ICER is pushing for governments to release information to be studied,” Heseltine says. “The performance is simply things we can’t do.
“ICER wants the scientific data released from these incidents; telemetry, radar, performance characteristics, as the more scrutiny of the actual data, the more ICER believes that it will quickly prove to be something that is not man-made.”
Sightings and speculation around UFOs began in earnest in the 1940s. ICER believes this is not by chance, as it was when the first nuclear weapon was detonated.
“What a coincidence,” Hesletine opines. “I think when we detonated our first atomic weapons, it sent an invisible shockwave out into space that was picked up by other civilisations who then realised that this creature on this planet had reached a level of technical achievement that it was able to split the atom.”
Continuing the theory, Heseltine explains how the 509th Operations Group of the US Air Force was the first squadron to have nuclear weapons. It was their pilots who dropped the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs.
And their HQ?
Walker Air Force Base, which is near Roswell in New Mexico and where the infamous alien crash incident allegedly occurred in 1947.
Since then, according to Heseltine, other nuclear incidents have occurred, such as a Soviet Union missile silo being turned on in 1982 seemingly by itself and US silos being inexplicably turned off.
This combines with ICER’s feelings that aliens have been creating bases in the deep trenches of our oceans.
Heseltine asks: “Wouldn’t it then make sense that they would not want to see the Earth destroyed in a mutually assured destruction war that would render the planet toxic?
“It would make sense for them to come out and say ‘we don’t think you should be playing with nuclear weapons.’
“America has been the most powerful nation on Earth probably because they did recover a craft in 1947. Everyone says that anybody who got that technology would instantly become the most powerful nation on Earth. I suspect that is what happened, and America thought they were invincible when they recovered that technology.
“We can’t prove all that; the Roswell incident you can prove circumstantially, but in terms of can we produce the definitive alien body? No. Can we give you the definitive piece or part of the crash? No.”
That again chimes with ICER’s agenda, as they estimate 90 percent of UFO information is locked away by governments.
“We’re calling for transparency,” demands Heseltine. “In the end, you’re not going to get 70 years of secret government special access programs the Americans have been involved in. They’re not going to volunteer all that.
“But now at least recognise these things are flying around, we don’t know what they are, they can come and go with impunity, and let’s now throw everything on a global basis for a common aim.”
There is one case where ICER feels there is credibility that secret programs exist.
Gary McKinnon was a Scottish hacker who broke into the US military computer system.
America tried to extradite him, but the then-prime minister, Theresa May, prevented it.
In an BBC interview, McKinnon discussed how he was looking for UFO-related information and saw a picture of a craft: “This thing was hanging in space, the Earth’s hemisphere visible below it, and no rivets, no seams, none of the stuff associated with normal man-made manufacturing.”
Heseltine thinks the McKinnon case is revealing, adding: “You could argue they are just doing their job as he broke the law, or did they really want to protect some of the things he said he saw and spoke about?
“If it went to trial, a lot of top UFO scientists and researchers would have helped him, and it would have opened up in a public court this wider issue of UFOs, and at that time the Americans certainly didn’t want to talk about [it].
“Right now, there is no corroboration as it’s one man’s account and he can’t produce the evidence of what he said he saw.”
Here’s what I think. No evidence but the truth always comes out: The Americans and the Canadians were working on gain of function exploration of the Corona virus. In Winnipeg, Canada. They moved the research to Wu Han in order to hide what they were doing. After the virus escaped from the Wu Han lab they have been hard at work to make China the source of the virus. That is why the Libs refuse to release the info. It was an attempt of virus weaponization between Canada and the USA that went out of control. But what do I know?
Brennan MacDonald · CBC News · Posted: Jun 25, 2021
Speaker of the House of Commons Anthony Rota intends to take on the Liberal government in a court fight over the disclosure of documents related to the firing of two scientists at Canada’s highest-security laboratory.
The Speaker’s office says the Speaker’s legal counsel has advised the attorney general that Rota — who is named as the respondent on behalf of the House of Commons in the Liberal government’s court application — will challenge the court’s jurisdiction on the basis of parliamentary privilege, unless the government drops its application to block the disclosure of the documents.
Rota told the House of Commons on Wednesday that his argument will be “that the legal system does not have jurisdiction over the operations of the House. We are our own jurisdiction.
“That is something that we will fight tooth and nail to protect.”
Opposition MPs said they were shocked by the government’s court application.
The Liberal government and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) are refusing to release documents related to the firing of scientist Xiangguo Qiu and her husband Keding Cheng, who were escorted off the premises of the National Microbiology Laboratory in 2019 during an RCMP investigation.
The two were officially fired in January of this year.
- O’Toole pulls Conservative MPs from national security committee, alleging Liberal cover-up related to COVID-19
Opposition parties joined forces in the Commons earlier this month to order PHAC to turn over all unredacted documents related to the firing of the two scientists.
The Liberal government asked the court earlier this week to prohibit the disclosure of the documents and named Rota, a Liberal MP, as the respondent in the matter.
The Liberal government says it is concerned about the possible impact of releasing sensitive intelligence on international relations, national security and national defence.
PHAC president Iain Stewart said he is prohibited under the Canada Evidence Act from disclosing “sensitive information or potentially injurious information” unless the attorney general and the Federal Court authorize the disclosure.
“Mr. Stewart’s intention is to comply with the law. It is not to defy Parliament,” he said through his lawyer in a letter tabled in the House earlier this week.
The opposition parties’ motion called for the documents to be handed to the parliamentary law clerk, who would confidentially review them and redact anything he felt would compromise national security or the ongoing police investigation.
The motion specified that the Canada-China relations committee could, after consulting with the law clerk, choose to make public any redacted material.
The minority Liberal government defied the House order and instead provided the unredacted documents to the all-party National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians, NSICOP, whose members have top security clearance and are bound to secrecy.
The Liberal government argued that NSICOP was the appropriate body to examine the documents without putting at risk national security or compromising any ongoing investigations.
‘The House has the power’
Last week, Rota ruled that sending the documents to NSICOP is not an acceptable alternative since it’s a relatively new body and not a standing committee of Parliament.
Rota used a rarely used House procedure on Monday to publicly reprimand Stewart for his failure to hand over the requested documents.
“The powers in question, like all those enjoyed by the House collectively and by members individually, are essential to the performance of their duties,” Rota said. “The House has the power, and indeed the duty to reaffirm them when obstruction or interference impedes with its deliberations.
“As guardian of these rights and privileges, that is precisely what the House has asked me to do today, by ordering the Speaker to reprimand you for the Public Health Agency of Canada’s contempt, refusing to submit the required documents.”
Conservative foreign affairs critic Michael Chong, who alleges the Liberal government’s refusal to release the documents is evidence of a cover-up, said the Conservatives support Rota’s position.
“The Trudeau government’s decision to use Canada’s independent judicial system to defy the orders of the House of Commons undermines the rule of law and our parliamentary democracy. This should concern every Canadian,” said Chong.
“Until the documents are released, Canada’s Conservatives will continue to demand answers and hold the Trudeau government accountable. We will protect our national security.”
With files from Peter Zimonjic and The Canadian Press
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Chris Hedges on the judicial lynching of Craig Murray, the former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan who exposed the torture in the CIA black sites in Uzbekistan, which led to his removal, and who is an advocate for Julian Assange and Scottish independence.
On the show this week, Chris Hedges talks to Craig Murray, the former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, who was removed from his post after he made public the widespread use of torture by the Uzbek government and the CIA. Murray has since become one of Britain’s most important human rights campaigners, a fierce advocate for Julian Assange and a supporter of Scottish independence. His coverage of the trial of former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, who was acquitted of sexual assault charges, saw him charged with contempt of court and sentenced to eight months in prison. The very dubious sentence, which upends most legal norms, was delivered, his supporters argue, to prevent him from testifying as a witness in the Spanish criminal case against UC Global Director David Morales who is being prosecuted for allegedly installing a surveillance system in the Ecuadorean Embassy when Julian Assange found refuge that was used to record the privileged communications between Assange and his lawyers. Morales is alleged to have carried out this surveillance for the CIA.
In Managua, Ben Norton interviews Nicaragua’s representative to the UN’s International Court of Justice, Carlos Argüello Gómez, who speaks about his country’s case against the US over its terrorist Contra war, the 2018 coup attempt, and why sanctions are an illegal form of warfare on civilians.
CARLOS ARGUELLO GOMEZ: I don’t know why many people in the United States have to see concretely something. Sanctions, although you don’t see them on a wall or in a room, they cause as much death as a war.
It’s like declaring a state of siege in medieval times against a city or whatever, just blocking it up. These type of sanctions, you can stop all medicine, you can stop gas, you can stop everything from going into a country with these sanctions.
Even during siege times there were laws regulating what you could do. Now you can squeeze a country and destroy the country without any limits. At least that’s what the United States thinks it can do.
So the only mechanism of defense is multilateralism.
BEN NORTON: For years, the United States has been targeting the small Central American nation of Nicaragua for regime change.
A violent US-backed coup attempt in 2018 was only the latest in a series of aggressive actions aimed at overthrowing its leftist Sandinista government.
Nicaragua is also one of dozens of countries suffering under unilateral US sanctions, which are illegal under international law, and which have taken a serious toll on the country’s economy.
In the capital Managua, I sat down for an interview with Carlos Argüello, Nicaragua’s representative at the United Nation’s International Court of Justice.
He spoke about his country’s attempts to hold Washington accountable for its aggression against his country, and the importance of multilateral institutions in giving a voice on the international stage to small nations like Nicaragua.
CARLOS ARGUELLO GOMEZ: It’s not perhaps very well known that the country that has had the most cases in the international court is the United States, 23 cases the last time. And the second country is Nicaragua, 15 cases. After that comes the UK, France, and then lower down. So Nicaragua, for our small country, has been very active at the multilateral level in the International Court of Justice.
But I think the multilateralism is alive. Of course a great power like the United States is doing a lot of damage. But there are many other countries that believe in multilateralism, keeping the spirit alive. So the mechanisms are there. The United Nations is active.
Of course without the assistance of the United States, it’s always a big problem. The United States is one of the biggest financial backers of these institutions, so what’s going to happen is other nations will have to take up the slack.
But Nicaragua believes in international law. In fact we have done so for many years. As I said, we have the most cases in the international court. But obviously with the United States — The experience we had, not with Mr. Trump; it was in the 1980s with President Reagan, he simply ignored the court. The court gave its judgment; the United States paid no attention to it. We went to the Security Council, I’m talking about the 1980s; the United States vetoed any decision. Although it was an interested party, yet the veto progressed.
So the United States has always been blocking international institutions when they don’t favor its perceived interests. So this is not a new point. Perhaps now it’s being talked about more openly in the United States, but my experience has been that the United States has always acted, has respected law when they perceived it was in their interest.
For example, in the ’80s, my first experience of this was, Nicaragua had an extradition treaty with the United States dating back to 1907. And when we toppled the Somoza dictatorship, we invoked the treaty and we went to the State Department; we did everything that they told us we had to do. And then came the election of Mr. Reagan in November 1980, and that was the end of it. Period. The treaty was not valid; I mean it was invoked, and then they revoked it. Period. So it was valid up to the point when the United States thought it was in their interest.
We went to International Court of Justice in the ’80s. There was a treaty, an agreement that the United States had accepted the jurisdiction of the court. The statute of the international court is part of the charter of the United Nations, so it’s as important, as valid as any article of the charter of the United Nations. And simply the United States ignored it.
So this has happened in the past. And now at present, what’s happening is that they are making it more obvious. They are not even trying to hide the intent. But naturally, I think for the world, and certainly for the smaller countries, international law, international organizations, are the only way to survive in this world. So in Nicaragua we are wholeheartedly interested in maintaining the multilateralism and the institutions that exist up to this moment, and bolstering them as much as possible.
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It just says so much that the most powerful government in the world, with all its essentially limitless resources, needed to build its case against Assange on false testimony from a diagnosed sociopath and convicted child molester. That’s how strong their case was against a journalist whose only “crime” was telling the truth about the powerful.
June 27, 2021
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The Icelandic newspaper Stundin reports that a key witness in the US prosecution of Julian Assange has admitted in an interview with the outlet that he fabricated critical accusations in the indictment against the WikiLeaks founder.
“A major witness in the United States’ Department of Justice case against Julian Assange has admitted to fabricating key accusations in the indictment against the Wikileaks founder,” Stundin reports. “The witness, who has a documented history with sociopathy and has received several convictions for sexual abuse of minors and wide-ranging financial fraud, made the admission in a newly published interview in Stundin where he also confessed to having continued his crime spree whilst working with the Department of Justice and FBI and receiving a promise of immunity from prosecution.
This major witness would be Iceland’s Sigurdur “Sigi” Thordarson, a paid FBI informant who after his short-lived association with WikiLeaks has been found guilty of sexually abusing nine boys as well as embezzlement, fraud, and theft in his home country. A court-appointed psychologist has found him to be a sociopath.
“The court found that Sigurður is by all definitions a sociopath, suffering from a severe anti-social personality disorder. However, the court found that he did know the difference between right and wrong and could not be considered insane and could therefore stand trial,” Iceland Magazine reported in 2015 during Thordarson’s child abuse case.
This was all public knowledge when the US government was building its case to extradite Julian Assange to America and try him under the Patriot Act for journalistic activity which exposed US war crimes, a prosecution for which Assange is still locked up in Belmarsh Prison pending Washington’s appeal of a UK court’s denial of the extradition request. And now we know for a fact that the odious person whose testimony formed the basis for much of that prosecution was lying.
“US officials presented an updated version of an indictment against him to a Magistrate court in London last summer,” Stundin says. “The veracity of the information contained therein is now directly contradicted by the main witness, whose testimony it is based on.”
What this means is that the US decided to add more accusations to its previous indictment because charging a journalist for standard journalistic practices was too weak on its own, and now this decision has bitten them in the ass.
The article’s authors explain that contrary to the claims in that indictment, “Thordarson now admits to Stundin that Assange never asked him to hack or access phone recordings of MPs” and “further admits the claim, that Assange had instructed or asked him to access computers in order to find any such recordings, is false.
Thordarson’s testimony was cited extensively by British Magistrate Vanessa Baraitser when she was providing her ruling on the extradition request which is currently under appeal, and it looks pretty silly now that we know it was bogus. Her ruling repeats the prosecution’s claim that Assange “asked Teenager to hack into computers to obtain information including audio recordings of phone conversations between high-ranking officials, including members of the Parliament," but Thordarson has now recanted this claim.
While the judgement on the extradition request reads, “It is alleged that Mr. Assange and Teenager failed a joint attempt to decrypt a file stolen from a 'NATO country 1' [ code for Iceland] bank”, Thordarson told Stundin that "this actually refers to a well publicised event in which an encrypted file was leaked from an Icelandic bank and assumed to contain information about defaulted loans provided by the Icelandic Landsbanki," and that "Nothing supports the claim that this file was even 'stolen' per se, as it was assumed to have been distributed by whistleblowers from inside the failed bank."
While the ruling repeats the claim that Assange "used the unauthorized access given to him by a source, to access a government website of NATO country-1 used to track police vehicles," Thordarson told Stundin that "Assange never asked for any such access."
These revelations are entirely damning.
"This is the end of the case against Julian Assange," tweeted NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, adding, "If Biden continues to seek the extradition of a publisher under an indictment poisoned top-to-bottom with false testimony admitted by its own star witness, the damage to the United States' reputation on press freedom would last for a generation. It's unavoidable."
"Now it’s time to have an international inquiry on how Sweden, UK, US, Ecuador and Australia have handled the Julian Assange case. My FOIA provides evidence nothing is normal in this case," tweeted investigative journalist Stefania Maurizi.
It just says so much that the most powerful government in the world, with all its essentially limitless resources, needed to build its case against Assange on false testimony from a diagnosed sociopath and convicted child molester. That's how strong their case was against a journalist whose only "crime" was telling the truth about the powerful.
This after we learned that Assange and his lawyers were spied on by the CIA, that he is being tortured, that his seven-year de facto imprisonment prior to his two-year stay in Belmarsh was arbitrary detention and unjust from the very beginning, and that the pretext for keeping him there was itself fallacious.
This is a farce. The fact that this man remains behind bars is an outrage.
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The biggest crime against humanity ever, says the doc
Watch this video till the end, a statement by the lead lawyer in the alliance of global lawyers going after the criminals involved in the international virus network that started the previous “Swine Flu” Pandemic and now, the current Covid-19 pandemic.
The criminal scientists involved started the “Swine Flu” pandemic (H1N1) and got away with it some years back. They had a precedent to follow. All this criminal action is to reap multi-billion $ profits.
Remember, I disclosed that PFIZER pleaded guilty to the largest medical fraud case in USA in history relating to a drug pushed by Pfizer. So, it is not that such criminals do not exist in the pharmaceutical industry. Watch and Learn and share. (Matthias Chang)
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POSTED BY: BRIAN SHILHAVY VIA GLOBAL RESEARCH
JUNE 25, 2021
It is inconceivable that all of these gene therapy “vaccines” are not summarily terminated by every nation on earth. The EU counterpart to the U.S. VAERS database reports deaths and injuries that are likely understated because not all cases are reported. Even still, the actually reported numbers are staggering.
The Technocrats/Transhumans who are running this global human reset must be stopped. ⁃ TN Editor
The European database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, which also tracks reports of injuries and deaths following the experimental COVID-19 “vaccines.”
A subscriber from Europe recently emailed us and reminded us that this database maintained at EudraVigilance is only for countries in Europe who are part of the European Union (EU), which comprises 27 countries.
The total number of countries in Europe is much higher, almost twice as many, numbering around 50, although there are some differences of opinion as to which countries are technically part of Europe.
So as high as these numbers are, they do NOT reflect all of Europe. The actual number in Europe who are reported dead or injured due to COVID-19 shots would be much higher than what we are reporting here.
The EudraVigilance database reports that through June 19, 2021 there are 15,472 deaths and 1,509,266 injuries reported following injections of four experimental COVID-19 shots:
- COVID-19 MRNA VACCINE MODERNA (CX-024414)
- COVID-19 MRNA VACCINE PFIZER-BIONTECH
- COVID-19 VACCINE ASTRAZENECA (CHADOX1 NCOV-19)
- COVID-19 VACCINE JANSSEN (AD26.COV2.S)
From the total of injuries recorded, half of them (753,657) are serious injuries.
“Seriousness provides information on the suspected undesirable effect; it can be classified as ‘serious’ if it corresponds to a medical occurrence that results in death, is life-threatening, requires inpatient hospitalisation, results in another medically important condition, or prolongation of existing hospitalisation, results in persistent or significant disability or incapacity, or is a congenital anomaly/birth defect.”
A Health Impact News subscriber in Europe ran the reports for each of the four COVID-19 shots we are including here. This subscriber has volunteered to do this, and it is a lot of work to tabulate each reaction with injuries and fatalities, since there is no place on the EudraVigilance system we have found that tabulates all the results.
Since we have started publishing this, others from Europe have also calculated the numbers and confirmed the totals.
Here is the summary data through June 19, 2021.
Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccine Tozinameran (code BNT162b2,Comirnaty) from BioNTech/ Pfizer: 7,420 deaths and 560,256 injuries to 19/06/2021
- 16,133 Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 81 deaths
- 12,637 Cardiac disorders incl. 964 deaths
- 101 Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 6 deaths
- 7000 Ear and labyrinth disorders incl. 4 deaths
- 265 Endocrine disorders incl. 1 death
- 8,122 Eye disorders incl. 17 deaths
- 51,030 Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 348 deaths
- 155,486 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 2,290 deaths
- 468 Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 31 deaths
- 6,110 Immune system disorders incl. 32 deaths
- 17,549 Infections and infestations incl. 762 deaths
- 6,275 Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 104 deaths
- 13,249 Investigations incl. 285 deaths
- 4,162 Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 139 deaths
- 79,125 Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 88 deaths
- 325 Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl. cysts and polyps) incl. 23 deaths
- 100,895 Nervous system disorders incl. 780 deaths
- 384 Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 10 deaths
- 107 Product issues
- 9,928 Psychiatric disorders incl. 105 deaths
- 1,765 Renal and urinary disorders incl. 115 deaths
- 2,696 Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 3 deaths
- 23,689 Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 848 deaths
- 26,641 Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 66 deaths
- 846 Social circumstances incl. 10 deaths
- 281 Surgical and medical procedures incl. 19 deaths
- 14,987 Vascular disorders incl. 289 deaths
Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccine mRNA-1273 (CX-024414) from Moderna: 4,147 deaths and 122,643 injuries to 19/06/2021
- 2,239 Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 29 deaths
- 3,315 Cardiac disorders incl. 446 deaths
- 39 Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 3 deaths
- 1,454 Ear and labyrinth disorders
- 82 Endocrine disorders incl. 1 death
- 1,883 Eye disorders incl. 7 deaths
- 10,655 Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 142 deaths
- 33,936 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 1,759 deaths
- 209 Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 11 deaths
- 1,117 Immune system disorders incl. 5 deaths
- 3,835 Infections and infestations incl. 234 deaths
- 2,480 Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 77 deaths
- 2,670 Investigations incl. 89 deaths
- 1,297 Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 85 deaths
- 15,131 Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 77 deaths
- 128 Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl. cysts and polyps) incl. 15 deaths
- 21,684 Nervous system disorders incl. 424 deaths
- 255 Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 2 death
- 20 Product issues
- 2,437 Psychiatric disorders incl. 69 deaths
- 807 Renal and urinary disorders incl. 52 deaths
- 459 Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 1 death
- 5,640 Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 399 deaths
- 6,538 Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 28 deaths
- 504 Social circumstances incl. 13 deaths
- 397 Surgical and medical procedures incl. 38 deaths
- 3,432 Vascular disorders incl. 141 deaths
Total reactions for the experimental vaccine AZD1222/VAXZEVRIA (CHADOX1 NCOV-19) from Oxford/ AstraZeneca: 3,364 deaths and 793,036 injuries to 19/06/2021
- 9,136 Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 132 deaths
- 12,135 Cardiac disorders incl. 396 deaths
- 95 Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 2 deaths
- 8,797 Ear and labyrinth disorders
- 309 Endocrine disorders incl. 2 deaths
- 13,459 Eye disorders incl. 12 deaths
- 81,806 Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 161 deaths
- 212,663 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 891 deaths
- 525 Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 25 deaths
- 3,085 Immune system disorders incl. 11 deaths
- 17,791 Infections and infestations incl. 217 deaths
- 7,854 Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 77 deaths
- 16,731 Investigations incl. 79 deaths
- 9,765 Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 50 deaths
- 123,637 Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 45 deaths
- 332 Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl. cysts and polyps) incl. 8 deaths
- 169,286 Nervous system disorders incl. 532 deaths
- 223 Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 4 deaths
- 103 Product issues
- 14,931 Psychiatric disorders incl. 27 deaths
- 2,809 Renal and urinary disorders incl. 29 deaths
- 5,967 Reproductive system and breast disorders
- 26,631 Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 387 deaths
- 36,457 Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 22 deaths
- 772 Social circumstances incl. 4 deaths
- 671 Surgical and medical procedures incl. 16 deaths
- 17,066 Vascular disorders incl. 235 deaths
Total reactions for the experimental COVID-19 vaccine JANSSEN (AD26.COV2.S) from Johnson & Johnson: 541 deaths and 33, 331 injuries to 19/06/2021
- 306 Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 16 deaths
- 496 Cardiac disorders incl. 56 deaths
- 14 Congenital, familial and genetic disorders
- 177 Ear and labyrinth disorders
- 8 Endocrine disorders incl. 1 death
- 383 Eye disorders incl. 3 deaths
- 3,086 Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 23 deaths
- 8,761 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 137 deaths
- 52 Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 4 deaths
- 85 Immune system disorders
- 392 Infections and infestations incl. 13 deaths
- 320 Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 8 deaths
- 2,003 Investigations incl. 37 deaths
- 184 Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 10 deaths
- 5,718 Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 17 deaths
- 16 Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl. cysts and polyps)
- 7,093 Nervous system disorders incl. 68 deaths
- 9 Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 1 death
- 9 Product issues
- 355 Psychiatric disorders incl. 5 deaths
- 119 Renal and urinary disorders incl. 8 deaths
- 114 Reproductive system and breast disorders
- 1,130 Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 43 deaths
- 804 Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 2 deaths
- 72 Social circumstances incl. 3 deaths
- 336 Surgical and medical procedures incl. 26 deaths
- 1,289 Vascular disorders incl. 60 deaths