The UKís Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979
Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc
The UKís Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979 allows for a single payment of £120,000 to individuals who have been severely damaged by a vaccine. There is a threshold of 60% disablement which means that under 2% of applicants are successful. (I donít think the sum paid has changed in over 40 years.)
To put this in perspective a woman who was refused permission to work shorter hours in order to pick up a child from nursery was awarded £185,000 in damages.
And it has been reported that in the US a man whose drug treatment resulted in gynaecomastia (he grew breasts) was awarded damages amounting to eight billion dollars.
As far as I can see, the UK Government has not yet said whether it intends to exclude victims of the covid-19 experimental jab from the compensation scheme. Thanks to representations from Bill Gates, drug companies are, of course, not liable in any way. Mr Gatesí foundation has large financial holdings in vaccine manufacturers.
If the Government does pay out sums of £120,000 to every individual who has been severely damaged, then I suspect that the covid-19 jab total will run into billions.
My guess is that at some point the Government will decide that covid-19 jab victims are not entitled to any compensation. And if, because of their injuries, they do not receive the second jab they will, I suspect, also be regarded as second class citizens.
Copyright Vernon Coleman October 2021