Real vaccine injuries are recorded. You or your doctor can report the injury and if it’s serious, so begins a public health investigation. They are not overlooked. They are not covered up. If anything, they are sought after. Vaccine safety is taken extremely seriously by vaccine manufacturers and the medical establishment which includes doctors, nurses, the government, and public health professionals. Even researchers look for vaccine injury reports: sometimes they are written up in the medical literature as a case study.
Only after reports have been medically analyzed can they be confirmed as real vaccine injuries, and these cases contribute to official vaccine statistics as legitimate risk of reactions.
A recent study of VAERS data shows that less than 3% of adverse reaction reports from vaccines are actually found to be related to the vaccine. Further, when the data of these verified vaccine reactions were analyzed, the majority of them were of a minor nature such as a low grade fever or soreness at the site of injection. When you do the real numbers, the risk of serious vaccine injury is orders of magnitude less than 1%.