Internal Document Shows 19 Post-Vaccination Deaths in Jamaica, Despite 11 Publicly Reported A Day Earlier
Nine Already Ruled Not From Vaccine. Two "Indeterminate".
A day after Jamaica’s health ministry said on Sept. 30 that it “looked at” eleven deaths post-vaccination, an Oct. 1 internal ministry document shared with 18º North shows that there were 19 such deaths.
The 19 deaths pale in comparison to the country’s more than 2,200 Covid fatalities, and don’t necessarily mean that the vaccine was to blame. (Already nine were determined to not have been caused by the vaccine.)
But the fact that there is a significant difference between the number of deaths that have been publicly-stated and the figure that’s internally known calls into question whether the most up-to-date and complete information on post-vaccination safety surveillance is being shared by the Ministry of Health & Wellness, as is recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Among 17 serious adverse events studied and closed, four were deemed to have been vaccine-related product reactions, a finding not publicly and so explicitly-known until now.
Video: Dr. Melody Ennis addresses journalists at a press conference Sept. 30 on adverse events post-vaccination.
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