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U.S. Starts Paying People With Vaccine Injuries

For the first time, the US government has compensated individuals who suffered adverse reactions from Covid-19 vaccines. The Department of Health and Human Services’ Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) has approved nearly 1,000 compensation applications, rejecting only 10%.

Is this a tacit admission that there is such a thing as vaccine injury?

CICP has developed a fund to compensate for injuries from the Covid-19 vaccine and all vaccines developed and administered under the 2005 Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act. According to The Epoch Times, some payouts include:

“One person who suffered severe allergic shock received $2,019, according to the agency, the Health Resources and Services Administration. One person who suffered heart inflammation, or myocarditis, received $1,582. Another who suffered myocarditis received $1,032.”

These payouts include reimbursements for medical expenses and lost employment income.

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