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Covid 19 Vaccine Compensation
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Thailand Government Will Pay Compensation for Vaccine “Side Effects” and Deaths: One Billion Baht -

What is important in this report by the Bangkok Post is that the Royal Thai Government (member state of the UN and the WHO) firmly acknowledges the deaths and adverse events affecting Thais who have taken the vaccine jab. 

“Out of the 11,707 people who filed a claim with authorities, 8470 people, or 72.3% of all claimants, have been compensated”. 

1,962 individuals, namely 23% of the claimants “were left permanently paralysed or died after receiving their Covid-19 shot”. 

The implications are far-reaching. 

People in Thailand and around the World will be informed of the decision of the Thai government and will refuse to take the jab. 
And this decision establishes a legal precedent. Class action law suits as well criminal charges against Big Pharma and corrupt governments are forthcoming…






https://www.globalresearch.ca/side-effec...bn/5768018
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MP Calls on the Government to Properly Compensate the Vaccine Injured

Conservative MP Sir Christopher Chope has taken on the unenviable mantle of championing the cause of the vaccine injured in Parliament and to a Government that seems to want to pretend the problem isn’t there. He has a piece in ConservativeHome today saying things are finally moving, but the situation is still far from adequate.
The Government accepted that COVID-19 vaccines might cause serious harm to some people when it decided to bring COVID-19 vaccine damage within the ambit of the existing Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (the “VDPS”).
But ever since, it has been stalling on addressing those who have claimed. Not a single one of over 1,300 claims has yet been decided, not even those in which a coroner’s verdict has determined that the vaccine was the cause of death. It is intolerable that the Government is failing those people who did the right thing, were vaccinated, but then suffered serious harm or bereavement as a result.
I first raised the issue in Parliament last June, when I presented a Private Members’ Bill. This was briefly debated in September, when I called for an independent review of disablement caused by COVID-19 vaccines and better compensation arrangements for those who have suffered. Since then, I have received hundreds of emails, often with harrowing reports from the families and friends of those who tragically died or continue to suffer severe injury or life-changing consequences.
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