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Why is OpenVAERS necessary?

Published on
21 April 2022

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We built openVAERS because we wanted a way to browse reports and do simple searches on the data. Once we had that we decided to make it public.

Additionally, CDC/FDA/HHS provide no number surveys (like the UK Yellow Card system) to the general public. Users frequently make mistakes due to lack of understanding the underlying data when using the VAERS interface, and publish that, so VAERS becomes a source of 'misinformation.' OpenVAERS attempts to fill this gap by providing accurate numbers to the general public.

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OpenVAERS is a private organization that posts publicly available CDC/FDA data of injuries reported post-vaccination. Reports are not proof of causality.