Discover more from Unacceptable Jessica
That job offer from the CDC I mentioned in passing, was not a job offer from the CDC, it was a notice that the VAERS support contract is up for rebid.
But this notice proves that they know exactly what's going on with regard to wildly excessive (severe) adverse reactions to the COVID-19 injections, and are doing SQUAT about it.
Here’s the email I received verbatim on June 20th, 2022:
Government Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Contract Type: T&M
Est. POP in Months: 24
Past Performance Required: 3
Incumbency: General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc.
Location of Work: VA
Scope: The contractor shall provide support and technical assistance to CDC and FDA by supporting work in the following areas. The tasks below are not in order of priority. These tasks include:
2. Report Receipt/Processing
3. VAERS Follow Up Activities and Enhanced Surveillance
4. Quality Control for VAERS Data
5. Information Management
Current VAERS plans, protocols, procedures, manuals, standard operating procedures (SOPs), software, some hardware, etc. may be provided by the Government for adoption/modification (i.e., the contractor would not have to develop all entirely new products, but would have the option of rolling over/adopting/modifying existing ones). Additionally, scanning reports for the image database, certain manual data entry tasks, and other processes clearly related to paper reports shall only apply to paper reports (i.e., electronic reports do not require scanning and manual data entry, but may require redaction).
The contractor shall implement a staffing and operations plan focusing only on vaccine adverse event (VAE) reports after COVID-19 vaccines to help process an estimated 770,000 digital reports per year. Periods of heavier and lighter reporting volume are anticipated throughout the year. Contractor is responsible for maintaining active monitoring and adjusting of the number of reports processed on an annual basis
So the last paragraph (which I had skimmed over and not noticed until today when Steve pointed it out) is the one that is quite interesting.
Let’s plot a graph.
This is a bar graph showing the total number of adverse events reported to VAERS (per year) for all vaccines combined going back 10 years. Notice the mean is 39,218 reports and the peak number of events occurs in 2020 at 49,412.
Let’s bring back that last paragraph now.
…focusing only on vaccine adverse event (VAE) reports after COVID-19 vaccines to help process an estimated 770,000 digital reports per year
What? 770,000 digital reports per year for adverse events reported in the context of the COVID-19 injectable products? That reminds me of something. Oh wait I remember. This:
Look familiar? It does to me. They ARE well aware of the number of adverse event reports in VAERS in the context of these COVID-19 shots and how they contrast starkly to historical counts. The know and they are compensating without public acknowledgement.
Another disturbing thing about this message is the distinction between digital and paper reports. I don’t know what the spilt is but if it’s 50:50, then if the 770,000 digital reports are the ones getting processed then what about the paper reports? Do they get thrown away?