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V-safe requires individuals to opt in, with no control group for comparison.

Of the 203 million people who have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, more than 9 million have enrolled in a program to share information about their health since getting the shot - and reviews of the program have mostly been positive. Read more»

The New England Journal of Medicine article was upfront about the fact that the data on miscarriage were limited.

Federal vaccine monitoring systems have identified no safety concerns with the COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant people and preliminary CDC data show that miscarriage is not more frequent than expected in vaccinated people - however, online posts falsely contend that such data shows an 82% miscarriage rate. Read more»

U.S. Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia.

A door-to-door campaign to encourage vaccinations does not mean President Biden and Democrats “are coming to your front door to force you to take the vax,” as Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted, and she also cited a figure for reported deaths after vaccination, which is not the same as deaths caused by vaccination. Read more»

Public health officials continue to gather information about the effect of the vaccines on pregnancy to capture any safety signals that might crop up.

Clinical trials and medical studies have indicated that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe for pregnant women, but online posts misrepresent unverified reports to misleadingly suggest “920 women” lost babies because they received the vaccination. Read more»

Tucker Carlson speaking at the 2012 CPAC in Washington, D.C.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson suggested to his viewers on May 6 that more than 3,000 people have died from the COVID-19 vaccines, but the claim is based on a misrepresentation of data collected by federal agencies that use it to identify potential safety issues with vaccines. Read more»

Social media posts repeatedly misuse unverified data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System to falsely claim that COVID-19 vaccines are dangerous, and even lethal. But the government database is not designed to determine if vaccines cause health problems, and millions of people in the United States have safely received COVID-19 vaccines. Read more»