Programs in countries around the world have begun quietly compensating people who have been injured or died as a result of the COVID-19 vaccination.
Humans are biologically diverse, both in terms of genetic makeup and past environmental exposures. Because of this, as neurologist Dr. Robert Lowry explained, people can react very differently to the same drug or vaccine. Whenever a new drug or biologic comes on the market, some people will have a bad reaction, while others may even experience serious side effects as a result.
Even under the best testing conditions, rare reactions will be missed. This is especially true for any product that passes expedited traceability or is approved for emergency use before all required testing has been completed.
Vaccines against COVID-19 are no exception. While we are constantly and consistently reassured that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and that serious adverse reactions are “very rare,” the FDA and CDC, with its Immunization Practices Advisory Committee, and scientists and executives from each of the participating pharmaceutical companies know that some people will be permanently disabled or even die as a result of vaccination.
In fact, in 2011 the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the idea that vaccines, like other pharmaceutical products, are “necessarily unsafe.”
In many parts of the world, consumers who become ill as a result of vaccination are covered by government compensation programs. There are two publicly funded compensation programs in the United States that shield vaccine manufacturers from liability for any serious injury caused by their products: the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) and the Compensation Compensation Program (CICP).
However, America has yet to provide financial assistance to any applicant.
At the same time, countries around the world are discreetly paying out compensation to families whose loved ones have been harmed or died as a result of the COVID-19 vaccination.
The Japan Times reported this week that a 91-year-old woman who died of an allergic reaction and a sudden heart attack became the first person in Japan to receive compensation due to a COVID vaccine.
▪️The Taiwan National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program held a meeting to review 65 cases on June 24, 2022, according to the Taipei Times. She compensated 10 applicants. These amounts included a lump sum payment of $116,877 to the family of a person who died after receiving an AstraZeneca vaccine.
▪️According to a June 24, 2022 article published in the British Medical Journal, Vicky Speth became the first of a handful of people in the United Kingdom to receive compensation due to the COVID vaccine. Spit’s 48-year-old partner fell ill eight days after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine and died. The victims were awarded the maximum amount: $150,000. As of May 2022, there have been 1,681 applications for post-COVID-19 vaccine impact.
▪️According to the Canadian Vaccine Survivor Support Program (VISP), 774 applications were received between June 1, 2021 and June 1, 2022. Eight of these statements were “approved by the Medical Review Board”, which means that “these statements represent cases where the Medical Review Board has determined that there is a plausible link between the death/illness and the vaccine and that the consequences are serious and irreversible.”
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