May 30, 2024

British Government Has Began Paying Individuals Injured By COVID Vaccines


The United Kingdom has rolled out a financial compensation program for individuals and families who have suffered from injuries following COVID vaccination.

Under the vaccine damage payment scheme (VDPS), injured British citizens (or their families, in the case of death or severe disability) will receive up to £120,000, or nearly $141,000.

According to the article, Vikki Spit, whose 48-year-old partner Zion became unwell eight days after receiving the AstraZeneca shot, is believed to be the first to receive recipient of the VDPS for the COVID shots. Spit has received around £120,000 more than one year after Zion’s death.

Editor’s Note: If the vaccine is truly safe and effective, then why is the UK government paying vaccine damages? Is £120,000 enough to compensate for a life lost prematurely?

We must remember that in the article above, Zion is a well-known artist in the UK, but it has taken the government more than a year to admit that his death was due to the vaccine. As of writing, there are more than 1,600 claims which remain unprocessed in the UK.

Now, this is in a rich country that has set up some process of verifying if a death is due to a vaccine or not. In a country like the Philippines, vaccine injuries are very easy to hide because many of our doctors do not know what vaccine injuries look like. Our government has not even launched an investigation into the more than 50% increase in excess deaths in 2021, despite the fact that they have made a massive rollout of an experimental vaccine [see 2021 Records 290,125 Excess Deaths].

The reason that we have “rare” incidents of severe side effects and deaths attributed to the COVID vaccine is only due to the fact that the government does not actively collect the data.

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