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It's September and the US is falling behind most nations regarding compensation for C19 jab injuries
Taiwan releases shocking data
Awaiting the September 2023 compensation data from injuries incurred from C19 jabs, the US Federal Gov’t and the authorized agency to administer compensation for those injuries, the Health Resources & Service Administration (HRSA) has completely fallen off the rails.
HRSA is the administrator of the CounterMeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), the system established by Congress in 2010 with a sole purpose of processing petitions for injury or death from declared countermeasures by the Secretary of Health & Human Services (HHS).
The most current statistics and data as provided by HRSA, shows total number of claims filed as of August 1, 2023 to be 12,025.
The monthly reporting data of July 1 and August 1 of this year, shows NO compensated cases. NOT ONE DAMN AWARD.
Earlier this year, HRSA did announce 4 “compensated” cases which was nothing more than unreimbursed medical expenses. No compensation for the actual injury. It is unclear about compensation for future medical care.
And HRSA did compensate an additional case but determined that there were no medical expenses to be reimbursed. So no check for injury. Just a letter.
However HRSA has been very busy dismissing claims. 1,109 to be exact.
Over half of those dismissed claims are the result of missing the 1 year filing period from the date of the administration of the countermeasure. That nasty statute of limitations language. When Pharma wrote the CICP (yes, industry got the pleasure of writing very favorable legislation), the statute of limitations will be used as a hammer against those who have been injured.
With no announcement to the recipients of the C19 jab, no Vaccine Injury Statement (VIS) handed to them, there was no true informed consent. How would these individuals know about their options when it was purposely hid from them?
So it does appear that the CICP in the US might be the worst compensation scheme. Other countries copied the CICP to be used as a template for their own compensation system. Canada for one. But they are compensating cases up there in the Great White North. No one knows what China is doing nor Russia. And even the COVAX Facility, a Frankenstein creature from WHO, GAVI and the Gates Foundation. The COVAX Facility refuses to provide any compensation data to media inquiries. Legal jurisdiction over this creature is questionable.
But for the rest of the world, it is fair to say the CICP is the worst.
Which brings me to Taiwan. That little island and ally to the United States. A large trade partner to the West.
And they are compensating cases in bunches.
News earlier this week, Taiwan’s CDC announces they have paid out over NT$153 million to those who suffered injuries from C19 jab, which is more than the total of NT129.6 million paid out for the last 30 years prior to COVID. And the Taiwan CDC has only processed less than 50% of submitted claims.
Compensated claims in Taiwan - 123. In the US - 5 were determined to be compensable.
Yes, the Taiwan dollar does not equal the US dollar. Far from it.
To compare the total payout for C19 in Taiwan of NT$153 million equals $4,774,000 in US currency.
Better than the 4 compensated cases in the CICP with an average of $2,150.00 per award.
Once again, the CICP is at the bottom of the list of compensation schemes for C19 jabs.
Will this improve? Doubtful.
Next CICP update, how nearly 50 injured persons in the UK are actually suing Pharma directly instead of proceeding thru the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (VDPS).
Keep learning, keep challenging yourself and always, always question authority.
Wayne Rohde, author of 2 books on vaccine injury compensation programs.