US Settles Covid Vaccine Injury Claims

The recently-published data from the US Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) shows that the US has settled Covid vaccine injury claims.

Three years into the Covid-19 vaccination rollout in the US, just three of more than 8,000 people who have sued the federal government over injuries they believe the vaccine caused have won any payout, according to recently-published data from the US Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) cited by Reuters on Tuesday.

Two of the patients developed myocarditis and a third had an anaphylactic reaction from the shot, according to the data – all potentially life-threatening conditions for which they received a total of less than $5,000 from the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), a ‘no-fault’ government tribunal.

Restricted to unreimbursed medical expenses and just $50,000 per year in lost wages, the CICP’s payouts don’t include pain and suffering, punitive damages, or even the attorneys’ fees that usually come with medical lawsuits. A death benefit of $422,035 may be available, but won’t help injured plaintiffs who need help living.

The CICP’s meager payouts “are nuisance value amounts – the kind of awards that are very upsetting to the vaccine injured person and can drive the anger and vaccine hesitancy we see,” director Renee Gentry of the Vaccine Injury Litigation Clinic at George Washington University Law School told Reuters. 

Doctors, repeatedly exhorting them, to get the COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, reveal the Great COVID-19 Vaccine Bribe.

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