Israel Ministry of Health Survey of reported adverse events after the third 'booster' Pfizer vaccine shot for Covid-19, (This report was released on February 10th 2022
by Paul Alexander
General goals To determine the frequency of side-effects which appeared within 21-30 days from vaccination with the third Pfizer shot (booster) against Covid-19 among citizens above 18 years of age.
A graph to consider:
Israeli 20-39 year old deaths in Feb-Mar are 45% higher in 2021 than 2020 and 32% higher than the prior 6 year average.
Now onto the Israeli report post 3rd vaccination (booster):
By the end of July 2021, a third shot of the vaccine (booster shot) was authorized for everyone who had received two shots and at least five months had passed from the second shot. The tables here show the side effects and bring to light the trouble with the vaccine and what we see in Israel post 3rd shot.
Methods Survey type: Retrospective cohort Population segment: Israeli citizens 18+ and vaccinated with the Pfizer booster shot 21-30 days prior to being interviewed.
1. Side-effects are more commonly reported for women and younger people.
2. The primary side-effects which were reported for between 21-30 days after the booster shot for Covid-19 for the age group 18+ in Israel were local or general; the majority did not require medical treatment, and waned between one to three days.
3. Neurological side-effects, allergic and other, were less common (about 4%); however 10% of women (until the age of 54) who reported other side-effects, suffered from menstrual irregularities.
4. Neurological side-effects, allergic and other appeared a longer period of time after the vaccination (until a month later) and often continued to the time of the survey (21-30 days from the vaccination); more than a fifth of those who reported those side-effects, sought medical treatment for them.
5. In the majority of reported side effects of all types, the occurrence of the side effect of the third vaccination was not more severe in comparison to the previous vaccinations.