UK government now paying covid "vaccine" victims up to $141,000 for injuries... MEDIA SILENT

UK government now paying covid "vaccine" victims up to $141,000 for injuries... MEDIA SILENT  /  Ethan Huff

(Natural News) British authorities have rolled out a new program to compensate Brits who got “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) and are now injured or dead.

After aggressively pushing at least five injections per person, the government of the United Kingdom is now offering to pay victims up to $141,000 each for their post-injection woes, which are mounting.

One such person, 48-year-old Vikki Spit, got sick about eight days after taking the AstraZeneca jab, which is made using viral vector technology as opposed to mRNA (messenger RNA) technology).

Spit is believed to be the first jab-injured Brit to take advantage of the vaccine damage payment scheme (VDPS), as they are calling it.

“The VPDS will compensate British citizens with a tax-free payment of up to £120,000, or nearly $141,000,” writes Natalie Winters for The National Pulse.

“Vaccines for roughly 20 diseases are eligible for payments under the program and archives of the British government’s website show that COVID-19 was added between November 2020 and July 2021.”

In order to take advantage of the program, an individual must prove that a vaccine, in this case Fauci Flu shots, left him or her “severely disabled”

“This could be a mental or physical disablement and will be based on medical evidence from the doctors or hospitals involved in your treatment,” the application guidelines explain. The British government defines ‘severely disabled’ as at least 60 percent disabled.

Family members of sick or dead individuals can also apply on their behalf, according to the British government.


“You can also apply for this payment on behalf of someone who has died after becoming severely disabled because of certain vaccinations,” the instructions state. “You need to be managing their estate to apply.”

As of May 2022, according to the National Health Service (NHS) Business Services Authority, which handles the VDPS, 1,681 claims associated with covid injections have been submitted and received.

“Based on current timescales, once medical records have been sent for assessment, we expect to receive an outcome for most cases from the independent medical assessor within 12 weeks,” a spokesperson is quoted as saying.

The program is similar to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program here in the United States, which is run by the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA).

The difference is that no compensation is being offered to Americans who are injured by Chinese Virus injections, as the government here does not recognize the shots as being anything other than “safe and effective.”

In fact, vaccine corporations are shielded from all liability for injuries and deaths stemming from their poisons. At best – if you are a Brit, anyway – you might receive a modest lump sum of cash to shut you up, which is what is now happening in the UK.

“The new program follows controversy over the flawed efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines as well as massive conflicts of interest between pharmaceutical representatives and politicians pushing vaccine mandates,” Winters adds about the program.

“Government health agencies have also helped obscure data from COVID-19 vaccine trials, which, when released, suggests the vaccines don’t confer the same level of immunity as touted by their advocates in the White House and mainstream media.”

In the comment section at Natural News, one of our readers pointed out that all-cause death for the 18-64 age demographic skyrocketed by at least 40 percent last year, suggesting that many more British people and their families will probably be signing up for compensation.

“It was called a 6-sigma, once-in-a-millennium event, per several life insurance companies,” one person wrote. “Think that was bad? Wait until next year.”

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