|Online reporting is strongly encouraged||Serious AEs are defined as:• Healthcare professionals are encouraged to report any clinically significant adverse event following vaccination to VAERS, even if they are not sure if vaccination caused the event|
|Date, time, and location administered• Vaccination administration errors, whether or not associated with an adverse event• Anyone can submit a report to VAERS, including parents and patients||Using clinical judgment, healthcare professionals can decide whether or not to report a medical error at their own discretion|
For example, a healthcare professional may elect to report vaccination errors that do not have an associated adverse health event, especially if they think the vaccination error may pose a safety risk e.
|Cases of observed Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome• Symptoms and outcome of the adverse event s•||Vaccine administration errors Vaccine manufacturers are required to report to VAERS all adverse events that come to their attention|
|Date and time when adverse event s started• An adverse event listed by the vaccine manufacturer as a contraindication to further doses of the vaccine Healthcare providers are strongly encouraged to report to VAERS:• Any adverse event listed in the that occurs within the specified time period after vaccinations• , administering a live vaccine to an immunocompromised patient or that the error would be preventable with public health action or education||You or your health care provider may be contacted for further information after your report is received|
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