Vaccine damage victims will get compensation from the British government in the amount of up to £120,000, or roughly $141,000 tax-free.
Despite repeated claims by U.S. corporate media organisations denying any negative health consequences of the vaccinations manufactured by their top advertisers, the United Kingdom has implemented a financial compensation programme for individuals and their families who have been injured by the COVID-19 vaccine.
Family members of those injured or killed as a result of the experimental vaccine have already received the first payments under the scheme, which have a maximum value of roughly $150,000.
Vikki Spit is thought to be the first person to get money from the government’s vaccine damage payment scheme (VDPS) after her 48-year-old partner Zion fell ill eight days after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccination.
British nationals will get compensation from the VPDS in the amount of up to £120,000, or roughly $141,000, tax-free. Approximately 20 diseases are covered by the program’s payment options, and COVID-19 was added between November 2020 and July 2021, according to website archives maintained by the British government.
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A vaccine must leave a person “severely disabled,” which the British government defines as at least 60% disabled, in order for them to be eligible for compensation.
“This could be a mental or physical disablement and will be based on medical evidence from the doctors or hospitals involved in your treatment,” explains the application guidelines.
The British government’s portal explains that family members can also apply on behalf of injured people: “You can also apply for this payment on behalf of someone who has died after becoming severely disabled because of certain vaccinations. You need to be managing their estate to apply.”
The National Health Service (NHS) Business Services Authority, the organisation in charge of the VDPS, has so far certified that as of May 2022, 1,681 claims pertaining to COVID-19 vaccines had been received.
“Based on current timescales, once medical records have been sent for assessment, we expect to receive an outcome for most cases from the independent medical assessor within 12 weeks,” explained a spokesperson.
The launch of the new programme comes in the wake of controversies about the COVID-19 vaccinations’ subpar performance as well as significant conflicts of interest between politicians pushing for vaccine mandates and pharmaceutical representatives.
Data from COVID-19 vaccine trials that, when made public, indicate the vaccines don’t confer the same level of immunity as stated by their supporters in the White House and mainstream media, have also been concealed by government health agencies.