I was aware of the underreporting, but 1% seems very very low
I mean, even if it was less than 20% adverse events reported it would still look pretty bad.
I've found a counter-argument to this claim here: https://vaxopedia.org/2019/09/03/percentage-of-reports-to-vaers/
though it's not particularly compelling, nor it provides different estimates.
And that's for short-term adverse reactions, I presume? Long term is even trickier!
For what it's worth there are almost 12,000 deaths reported at VAERS in 30 years, and 3,000 of them are just in few months!!!
I just got to call attention to the other elephant in the room. Last year if you died of almost anything it was called a covid death, now if you die of the 'vaccine' it is called a coincidence.
The double standard is on full display.