“Australian taxpayers are facing a hefty bill for coronavirus vaccine injuries, with at least 10,000 people planning to claim under the federal government’s no-fault indemnity scheme.” [Source: theage.com.au]
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), the medicine and therapeutic regulatory agency of the Australian Government, is said to have recorded almost 79,000 adverse events linked to COVID-19 vaccinations. As many such events often go unreported, however, their real total is likely to be significantly higher. In the case of brain or cardiac injuries caused by the vaccines, it is believed that claims of hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars could result.
The preparation of claims on behalf of people injured by COVID-19 vaccinations comes at a time when Australians are increasingly taking to the streets to protest against restrictions on the rights of those choosing not to be vaccinated. While at national level vaccination essentially remains voluntary in Australia, states and territories have begun mandating vaccinations for many occupations and barring the unvaccinated from activities such as dining out and attending concerts. At city level, Australian lockdowns have been amongst the world’s longest and most extreme. The city of Melbourne recently exited its sixth lockdown, which affected over 5 million people.
To read our analysis of the risks of COVID-19 vaccines, see the in-depth article by Dr. Rath and Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki.