Ever since the 1980s I have been researching vaccine data, but I cannot seem to figure out – for the life of me – how many actual adverse reactions experienced by vaccinees are reported to VAERS, since there are so many data variables, plus estimated figures bandied around, as you will soon learn.
The vaccine adverse reactions reporting conundrum apparently gained some legitimacy with this report:
VAERS MAY ACCOUNT FOR ONLY 1 PERCENT OF ACTUAL VACCINE INJURIES [Nov 2, 2015]
But how many children have vaccine reactions every year? Is it really only one in 110,000 or one in a million who are left permanently disabled after vaccination? Former FDA Commissioner David Kessler  observed in 1993 that less than 1 percent of doctors report adverse events following prescription drug use. There have been estimates that perhaps less than 5 or 10 percent of doctors report hospitalizations, injuries, deaths, or other serious health problems following vaccination. The 1986 Vaccine Injury Act contained no legal sanctions for not reporting; doctors can refuse to report and suffer no consequences.
Even so, each year about 12,000 reports are made to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System; parents as well as doctors can make those reports. However, if that number represents only 10 percent of what is actually occurring, then the actual number may be 120,000 vaccine-adverse events. If doctors report vaccine reactions as infrequently as Dr. Kessler said they report prescription-drug reactions, and the number 12,000 is only 1 percent of the actual total, then the real number may be 1.2 million vaccine-adverse events annually.  [CJF emphasis]
— Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-founder & President National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC)
Now here’s where things can get somewhat “squirrelly,” I think. In checking CDC/FDA and the feds websites, I find varying explanations and numbers for estimated yearly VAERS reports.
Since 1990, VAERS has received over 123,000 reports as of June 14, 2014
[VAERS-1 Form used from 1990 to June 30, 2017]
In recent years VAERS has received approximately 40,000 U.S. reports annually.
[VAERS Form 2.0 was implemented June 30, 2017.]
Source: Federal Register
However by law, healthcare professionals must Report Vaccine Reactions!
And still, MDs, nurses and others, who should know their legal responsibilities as licensed healthcare professionals, DO NOT file vaccine damage reports with VAERS! What are they hiding, or whom are they protecting?
On the other hand, anyone who has experienced an adverse event after receiving a vaccine CAN and SHOULD file the proper VAERS report (Form 2.0) at this HHS website Report an Adverse Event.
Now here’s an example of where I feel almost like a cat chasing its tail in trying to figure out VAERS.
I downloaded this data set, which apparently is a sophisticated Excel spreadsheet. Columns A to G have these designations:
However, scrolling down the left column designated A “VAERS ID,” the numbering system seems to be an ongoing sequence that started with ID No. 794156 on 1/1/2019 and ends with ID No. 801633 as of sometime in February 2019. Would that mean that 7745 adverse reports were filed from January 1, 2019 to sometime in February 2019?
If that be the case, then how does the above numbering system fit in with the following reported data?
A. Since 1990, VAERS has received over 123,000 reports as of June 14, 2014
B. In recent years [2015 to 2019?] VAERS has received approximately 40,000 U.S. reports annually
C. 40,000 reports a year times 4 years (2015-2018) equals 160,000 to be added to 123,000 (2014) equals 283,000 reports; so why begin Jan. 1, 2019 with 794,156?
D. If 7745 adverse reports were filed from January 1, 2019 to sometime in February 2019,then what explains ID No. 801633 as of sometime in February 2019?
E. If 7745 reports represent approximately one-eighth (1/8) of 2019 calendar days, can we hypothesize 61960 total VAERS reports for all of 2019—not 40,000?
F. The above numbering system seems to indicate, and represent, more adverse events reported since the mandatory increases in the CDC vaccine schedule.
If I am correct in my assumptions about the VAERS ID numbering system, there probably is substantial proof that 801633 Adverse Events Reports had been filed to sometime in February 2019 since 1990.
Those numbers indicate there ARE adverse reaction vaccine problems, which the CDC and FDA do not seem to acknowledge, all while cataloging VAERS as a post-marketing product-efficacy surveillance system.
And even more alarming, I think, when taking the above ‘logic’ a step further to factor into consideration Dr. Kessler’s estimation of less than 1% being reported, what could be the “real life” number of experiences by consumers to February 2019? Good question?
My calculator figured 80 million 163 thousand 3 hundred probable adverse reactions may have occurred from 1990 to sometime in February 2019, which could [or should] have been reported to VAERS.
Sadly, consumers probably may never know the accurate data sets until there is total transparency at every level of vaccine consensus science and adverse events reporting.