This is a tricky question to answer, and in no way am I dodging providing a direct answer, but VAERS is essentially a data gathering warehouse that serves as an early warning system for serious AEs. I haven't looked into the numbers you mentioned about mRNA vs non-mRNA vaccines but assuming it...
I have, it’s a big part of what I do for a living. And you can’t go off of raw data that hasn’t been investigated. VAERS allows reporting from anybody, so some loon with a bunch of free time could submit a large number of false reports if they so chose to do.
Maybe but correlation is not causation, it’s like Autism and MMR vaccines - there is no link (no matter how many times anti-vaxxers cite a discredited report). But even if true, the incidence of serious adverse events linked to any vaccine is tremendously low.
Can bad things happen and are they...
A coroner wouldn’t make that determination, they’ll go with something like cardiac impairment or acute liver failure, etc. The FDA will investigate and sift through all the medical records and see if there is causation linked to the vaccine.
It's actually somewhere between from 97-99% survival rates which puts potential fatality numbers somewhere between 76 million and 228 million if nothing were done to reduce risk of hospitalization and death.
Here's a life lesson - never put anything remotely racist or misogynistic in a fu**ing email unless you want it to one day bite you squarely in the ass. Not that difficult a task yet it happens over and over and over again.