I have repeatedly and correctly noted the worthlessness of self-reported vaccine safety databases like VAERs, which especially during this extremely high profile epidemic and vax rolloff have attracted all kinds of fake reports and which routinely find that 99.9% plus of reports have nothing to do with the vaccine. And I have noted that there are far better approaches were have been in place for decades, the primary one of which I had some personal involvement in. The FDA has for a long time had contracts with large health plans and other organizations to use their data bases of health claims and other data, which cover hundreds of millions of Americans, to do drug and vaccine safety assessment. This is the BEST Initiative and general info on it can be found here, by looking at the general tap and I linked to the specific page on BEST’s work on vaccine surveillance. (BEST Page)
As you might expect BEST is engaged in CV-19 vaccine surveillance, although I think they are a little slow to get going. But part of that is because they have been engaged in an extensive effort to set appropriate and accurate background rates and trends for the possible adverse events. I reported on that work recently. And here is a paper which describes their work in preparation for assessing CV-19 vax safety. It lays out in detail the protocol and if you read it, you will understand the complexity of evaluating safety and you will understand why whatever anectdotal garbage spewed on the internet is just that, garbage, with zero actual studies showing any number of deaths. (BEST CV-19 Vax Protocol)
I would anticipate that we will begin seeing reports from the BEST group shortly and then we will know with far greater confidence what adverse events may be associated with the vax, and what the outcomes of those events were.