By Western Standard
October 15, 2021
A total of 195 people across the country have died after receiving a COVID-19 vaccination, says the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Blacklock’s Reporter said the PHAC is reviewing the deaths to see if vaccination were the reason.
The feds have set aside a $75 million compensation fund, including payment of burial expenses, for people who passed away from the shot.
“Although these deaths occurred after being vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine, they are not necessarily related to the vaccine,” the PHAC said in a statement.
Of the 195 fatalities reported to date, a total six were confirmed due to blood clotting, 41 were “still under investigation,” another 75 “could not be assessed due to insufficient information” and 73 were rated “unlikely linked to a COVID-19 vaccine” but warranted further review.
A total 29,091,447 Canadians have received at least one COVID-19 shot.
The PHAC said it was aware of 4,675 “adverse events following immunization reports that were serious” including 545 cases of temporary facial paralysis, 148 strokes, 126 heart attacks, 83 cases of Guillain-Barré Syndrome, a rare autoimmune disorder that can cause paralysis, and 37 expectant mothers who lost their babies due to “spontaneous abortion.”
“The benefits of vaccines authorized in Canada continue to outweigh the risks,” the PHAC said in a statement.
“In the rare event a person in Canada is seriously and permanently injured as a result of vaccination, they should be fairly supported,” wrote staff.