People injured after being inoculated with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus vaccine (COVID-19) who are now suffering from blood clots are demanding compensation from the U.S. government since the manufacturers have immunity from liability, according to Bloomberg.
Emma Burkey, a high school senior, received her Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine last March 20, and within two weeks, she ended up in an induced coma after seizures and blood clotting in her brain.
Now, as she slowly recovers in a rehabilitation center, her family is asking for help to cope with the huge medical expenses as a result of the vaccine reaction. They have opened an account on the online fundraising platform GoFundMe.
The family believes her condition is related to the vaccine, but neither the company nor U.S. health regulators are taking responsibility.
Burkey’s family can’t expect J&J to cover medical costs that their insurance doesn’t because a 2005 law extended last year to include the COVID-19 (CCP Virus) pandemic shields manufacturers and health care providers from state and federal liability in cases of public harm.
Many countries have adjusted their legislation to protect experimental trials and the Big Pharma industry.
While in some countries, the victim is left completely adrift and without help, in the United States, the government promised compensation for adverse reactions to coronavirus treatments and vaccines. However, so far, no cases have been compensated for COVID vaccines or treatments.
According to the Health Resources and Services Administration (HSRA), the reason behind this is that they have not received the required medical information and documents, Bloomberg reported.
Only about a quarter of the 445 CCP Virus-related reactions reported to seek government compensation were the result of vaccines, while more than half were from various treatments, according to HRSA.
The Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program, which an unknown office runs within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the one that should cover medical costs and lost wages not paid by insurance.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported in a statement that there are currently no confirmed deaths related to the vaccine and that reports of allergic reactions are in line with those of vaccines for other conditions. U.S. regulators say the vaccines are “safe and effective” but continue to investigate whether there is a link between the vaccine and rare blood clot syndrome.
However, these claims are at odds with records from VAERS, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, a U.S. vaccine safety program.
Every Friday, VAERS makes public reports of vaccine injuries received by the system on Friday of the previous week.
The National Vaccine Information Center compiles VAERS reports and, at the time of publication of this report, the number of reported deaths and injuries totals 118,902 cases. You can go to this link and check it out for yourself, and it also details each case and the complication the person suffered following the vaccine.
Pfizer is also in the eye of the storm over a recently disclosed document that sets out a safety protocol for the coronavirus vaccine trial period. One of its statements indicates that vaccinated people could cause ‘serious adverse events’ to unvaccinated people simply by breathing near them or touching them.
But it’s not just Pfizer that raises suspicions; coronavirus vaccines face some distrust from the general population.
A recent Gallup poll revealed that about 1.3 billion people worldwide said they would not be willing to receive a CCV vaccine, even if it were available at no cost.