Injuries from the COVID-19 Vaccine Are Now Being Publicly Displayed in Canada Using Trucks Driving Down the Street
The Gateway Pundit
Since the launch of the COVID-19 vaccine in Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) reported that 52,203 adverse events had been documented in its system.
The Liberal government led by Justin Trudeau paid up almost $2.8 million in compensation for injuries incurred as a result of the experimental Covid-19 jabs.
There were a total of 1,299 claims that were submitted to the Vaccine Injury Support Program (VISP) between June 2021 and December 1, 2022.
So far, Health Canada has approved 50 claims of serious and permanent injuries caused by vaccines.
While 209 were deemed ineligible because they lacked the required information or did not match the eligibility criteria.
The VISP reported that, of the remaining claims, 221 claims had been fully examined by the program’s medical review board, 48 claims are awaiting medical review board examination, and 662 claims are in the process of gathering medical records.
“These claims represent cases where it has been determined by the Medical Review Board that there is a probable link between the injury and the vaccine, and that the injury is serious and permanent,” according to the program.
The YANA, “You Are Not Alone ” campaign has launched in Ontario, Canada to spread awareness about the danger of the COVID-19 vaccines.
“Our first truck, showcasing Meredith, rolled onto the streets in Ontario on Thursday, January 19, 2023,” an entry on its website reads.
“There are many of us who understand what you’re going through—we’ve grown into a very supportive community. Stay strong—share your stories—we’ll heal together,” said Meredith.
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