Canadian Covid Care Alliance announces collaboration with Canadian Adverse Event Reporting System (CAERS)

Covid National

March 7, 2022
For immediate release from the Canadian Covid Care Alliance

Announcing a New Collaboration

Today the Canadian Covid Care Alliance is announcing its collaboration with the developers of the Canadian Adverse Event Reporting System.  CAERS is an adverse event reporting system separate from Government and Public Health agencies across Canada.

Volunteers will be working to provide an accurate depiction of possible adverse events individuals have experienced due to the COVID-19 inoculation program. The model is based on a triage system where the user will submit their reaction along with any relevant medical information. Each submission will be evaluated by administrative staff and placed in triage. The triage team of health care providers will evaluate each submission. If the submitter has consented to further evaluation, they will then be contacted by a member of the triage team. CAERS is actively seeking to facilitate diagnosis, treatment, and legal action to the submitter’s benefit by reaching out to collaborate with other organizations and professionals.

Regularly check the CCCA Treatment Protocols page for resources that may help those affected along in their journey.

CAERS data is not stored directly on the website server. The database is facilitated by industry leading software which offers some of the highest security available to us today.

You can find CAERS on our website by clicking here, or by clicking on the VaxInjury tab on our website.

Please note, this is NOT a government reporting system.  You can find out more about Canada’s system for reporting adverse events following immunization (AEFI) in Canada, by clicking here.


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