These newly identified skin reactions and kidney ailments may not be on EMA’s list of reportable adverse events following vaccination, so the agency is unable to collect accurate data and understand the extent of the poisoning. The newly identified ailments include Erythema multiforme, a skin reaction mediated by immune cells in the superficial microvasculature of the skin and oral mucous membranes. The skin reaction may be mild or severe, causing lesions to form across the skin. Erythema multiforme can occur after an infection or after drug exposure. Because the spike proteins from the vaccine are delivered outside the cell, can demonstrably circulate in the blood, and cause mini clots to form in the microvasculature, this skin condition is likely a symptom of vaccine damage. This injury could be a sign that the spike proteins circulate further into the cardiovascular system than is previously understood, interfering with immune complexes in the skin.