The abbreviation for the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) which is a database of voluntary reports of 1% of the COVID-19 vaccine-related side effects that is manipulated daily by the CDC and FDA to justify the effectiveness and to propagate the safety of the vaccine.
An open-source system ripe for abuse as the system relies on data reported by people on their perceived side effects from a vaccine. Does not determine a health problem, but can only potentially provide information that may suggest a problem.
Public self-report system created in 1990 by the CDC and FDA to detect possible safety issues with vaccines as they moved from clinical trial to use by the general public.
An open access system which is a breeding ground for misinformation and political propaganda.