How bad is my batch?
Vaccine adverse event reports listed in VAERS vary widely by batch number.
A researcher (Biological Science) at Kingston University, London, Craig Paardekooper discovered that the vaccine adverse event reports listed in VAERS vary widely by batch number.
When Craig-Paardekooper figured out that there is such a wide variation in the number of adverse reactions, the number of deaths, and the number of disabilities associated with different batches, he created an app/website where people could look up their batch code and see if that batch was on record for causing problems. So he created a website to look up batch toxicity according to VAERS data: HowBad.info
In his video “How Bad is my batch” he gives an explanation about the data and his website.
On these web pages you can check out your batch number:
Check out your Moderna batch code (USA)
Check out your Pfizer batch code (USA)
Check out your Janssen batch code (USA)
Check out your Moderna batch code (Outside USA)
Check out your Pfizer batch code (Outside USA)
Check out your Janssen batch code (Outside USA)
Information about the Batch Clusters
Craig-Paardekooper also discovered that the toxicity of the batches clusters alphanumerically into specific ranges of toxicity. And these ranges decrease linearly as one ascends the alphabet. So, besides using the batch search engine available on his site, victims can also get an idea of toxicity by looking at the batch code, and seeing if it falls into one of the above alphabetic series. Lower in the alphabet is indicative of higher severity, and higher indicative of lesser severity.
It looks like batches with different toxicity were carefully labeled and tested on the public, resulting in different side effects.
Deadly Pfizer Swiss Vaccination Batch #EJ6796
All information is deemed accurate but not guaranteed and should be independently verified.