The Kroger vaccine has become a popular vaccine for the sick and dying due to the side effects it causes.
In this article, we examine why these side effects are so bad and what to do about them.1.
Flu vaccine side effect numbers are too high for many to be countedSource: CDC vaccine safety report, September 16, 2018, available at: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/flu/flu-safety-report-09-16.pdf2.
Kroger vaccination side effect statistics are skewed by over-reporting1.
Over-reporting is a problem for many vaccine manufacturers.
For example, there are currently more than 1,000 Kroger stores in the United States and over 50% of all the Krozers that use the vaccine are not vaccinated.
There are also several studies that suggest that over-sorting vaccines could be causing vaccine side-effects, including a recent one that showed vaccine side benefits to some people.3.
The CDC’s flu vaccine safety reports do not accurately report the side-effect numbers for flu vaccines in the US.4.
Over 5 million Americans are still receiving vaccines despite the warnings.
In addition to these problems, many Americans are reluctant to get vaccines, leading to a vaccine safety situation that is extremely dangerous.5.
The FDA doesn’t have a system to track vaccine sideeffects.
It’s a problem that the CDC has been trying to solve for decades.
The FTC has already proposed a system for tracking vaccine side reactions and is currently working on a plan to do so.6.
There is no way to know exactly how many side- effects vaccines have caused because they are recorded in reports by the manufacturers and not by the FDA.7.
The number of side effects is based on data collected by doctors, not by anyone but the manufacturer.8.
The data are so inaccurate, and the side effect rates are so high, that many people are not even aware of what side-event vaccines cause.9.
In an ideal world, all vaccines would be manufactured using the same manufacturing process and the safety and efficacy would be guaranteed by the manufacturer, not the FDA or the CDC.10.
Vaccine side-events are often reported by the same company as the vaccine, which is why they are often labeled with the same number, or “brand number.”