Search the U.S. Government's VAERS Data
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You can also download the data to do custom analysis.
What is VAERS?
The U.S. Government collects reports of adverse health events that follow the administration of a vaccine. This database, called the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is available for anyone to use.
Why this site?
MedAlerts offers an alternative to the official VAERS search engine, CDC Wonder. Both are built from the government's raw data, but MedAlerts has a better user interface, more powerful search capabilities, and more extensive reporting, making it the best VAERS search facility.
Reporting Vaccine Reactions
If you suspect that you or your child has experienced a vaccine reaction, report that reaction to the government.
- List of Abbreviations
Vaccine and other symbols.
- Symptom Hierarchy
How VAERS describes symptoms.
- The Wayback Machine
Examines older government data to track changes.
- Yearly Summary: Table Graph
- The MedAlerts Blog
Analyzing trends in VAERS data.
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