Covid Vaccine - Hey Doc! Is My Jab From A Good Batch Or Bad?
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February 1, 2022
by Mike Lynch
An article by the Exposé published October 31, 2021 detailed the results of an investigation of data in the CDC and FDA managed Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. The article was re-posted on the web site:
and can be viewed there. The title begins...“Exclusive-100% of Covid-19 Vaccine Deaths Were caused by…”
The investigation revealed some extraordinary differences between batches (lots)
of the “vaccines. They were able to sort the data by lot and then count and
categorize the adverse events by lot number. What they found is astounding and
frightening. Some lots had significantly more adverse events than other lots.
Some lots had significantly more deaths than others. They pulled the same data
for influenza vaccines and used that as a control data set for comparison. And
they found something else. The kind of something that becomes the seed for
conspiracy theories. From the article, “But what’s perhaps more concerning is that
the “deadly” lots were distributed widely across the United States whilst other
“benign” lots were sent to just a few locations.”
Whether you’ve already taken the jab and want to know if you should be worried or
you are considering getting jabbed and you want to minimize the likelihood you will
have an adverse event, knowing the lot number your shot came from could be
The investigation identified that a small number of lots were responsible for all the
deaths. For the Pfizer data 2,828 reported deaths were associated with just 4% of
all Pfizer lots. The deadliest lot from Pfizer was lot number ‘EN6201’ causing
almost 120 deaths. The VAERS data included reports submitted up through Oct.
For Moderna 2,603 reported deaths were associated with just 5% of all their
vaccine lots. The most deadly lot from Moderna was lot number ‘039K20A’
causing almost 100 deaths.
For Pfizer the most harmful lot number was ‘EK9231’ causing over 3,500 adverse
For Moderna the most harmful lot number was ‘039K20A’ causing over 4,000
adverse event reports.
Another useful website is at how bad is my batch.com.
If you have the batch number
you can use it to run a handful of queries on this website that can increase your
worries or decrease them.
Among other concerning results of the VAERS investigation was that the more
benign lots were sent to 12 or less U.S. states but the more harmful and more
deadly lots were sent to 13-50 U.S. states. Why would that be?
Let the conspiracies begin.