Pentagon staff just realised that they'd 'under reported' previous 4 years.
The Pentagon’s Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) clearly shows that heart problems, neurological damage and other conditions have skyrocketed among fully vaccinated servicemen, and yet the DoD refuses to acknowledge this, instead claiming that they had simply under reported the previous 4 years and that there was 'nothing to see here'.
Percentage Increase Over the Average of the Last Five Years: Heart attacks 269%, Cancer 300%, Pericarditis 175%, Myocarditis 285%, Pulmonary Embolisms 467%, Cerebral Infarction 393%, Bell’s Palsy 319%, Guillain-Barre 250%, Immunodeficiencies 275%, Menstrual Irregularity 476%, Multiple Sclerosis 487%, Miscarriage 306%, HIV 590%, Chest Pain 1,529%, Labored Breathing 905%, Neurological Issues 1052%
According to reports, for myocardial infarction (heart attacks), there was an average of 612 cases a year between 2016 and 2020 (3,061/5=612.2) and 1,650 cases between Jan. 2021 and Nov. 2021, resulting in an apparent 269% increase for 2021.
Reuters could not discredit the post. Reuters, who have repeatedly been found to have been the ones spreading fake news (here) could not discredit the findings, relying solely on the word of those perpetrating the cover-up stating:
On their website Reuters claim:
"Reuters could not access the platform to independently confirm the figures presented in the social media posts." "A spokesperson for the Department of Defense told Reuters that medical diagnoses from 2016-2020 were underreported in DMED due to a data error, which resulted in an apparent significant increase when comparing the figures with data from 2021."
How very convenient.
However, that fails to explain that other official databases are showing the same spikes. The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is also overflowing with Covid Vaccine injuries and Deaths, but you will not hear a peep about it from the media because it rips to shreds the continued false claim that Covid injections are “safe and effective."