Is ‘death’ a common side affect of vaccination?

No, not even close.

No, death is not a common side effect of vaccination. While all medications and vaccines carry some degree of risk, including the possibility of serious adverse events, the vast majority of people who receive vaccines experience only mild side effects, such as soreness at the injection site, fever, or fatigue.

Serious adverse events, such as severe allergic reactions, are very rare and occur in only a small fraction of vaccinated individuals. In rare cases, vaccines have been associated with serious adverse events, including death, but the risk is extremely low and the benefits of vaccination generally far outweigh the risks.

Before vaccines are approved for use, they undergo extensive testing and clinical trials to ensure their safety and effectiveness. After approval, they continue to be monitored for safety through a variety of surveillance systems.

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From Skeptical Raptor: Post vaccination mortality – another anti-vaccine myth without merit

Please Note:

If you have any good peer reviewed science that says otherwise, please send it and if it stacks up to scrutiny it will be linked above.

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