A group of vaccine-injured people in the UK are pursuing personal injury compensation against AstraZeneca, arguing that the vaccine caused serious injury or death when it was established to be safe through extensive clinical trials.
The US government's Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program has approved 19 COVID-19 vaccine injury claims, but none of the injured individuals have yet received compensation, leading to criticism from lawyers representing claimants.
On Oct. 20, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention handed another huge gift to Big Pharma: In a little-publicized meeting, the agency’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted to recommend adding the Covid vaccine to the childhood and adolescent immunization schedule.
A CDC committee will convene this week and likely vote Thursday to deliver permanent legal indemnity to Pfizer and Moderna, through the process of adding the drug companies’ mRNA injections to the child and adolescent immunization schedules.
Certain governments across the globe have established a compensation program to compensate their citizens who suffer injuries or death from the COVID-19 shots and treatments recommended during the pandemic.
"Our estimate suggests an expected net harm from boosters in this young adult age group, whereby the negative outcomes of all severe adverse events and hospitalizations may on average outweigh the expected benefits in terms of Covid-19 hospitalizations averted," say study authors from Oxford, Harvard, and Johns Hopkins.