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First the good news – three successful claims for C19 mRNA injections – next the not so good news – there are just 3 pay-outs that sum to less than 5,000 bucks
There is this context:
The Department of Health and Human Services operates two vaccine injury compensation programs: the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) and the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP).
VICP covers adverse events as a result of vaccines on the Childhood Vaccination Schedule – all the way from 6 month olds to death. Just to confuse matters, the C19 mRNA injections from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna were added to this schedule. VICP is a special, no-fault tribunal of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims that handles injury claims for 16 common vaccines on the childhood vaccination schedule. To date, it has awarded more than $4 billion for medical bills, lost wages, lawyer fees, and pain and suffering to thousands of people for vaccine injuries.
VICP does not cover COVID-19 vaccine injuries, maybe it will in due course.
CICP cover those injured or killed as a direct result of the covered countermeasure injury and only compensates claims for unreimbursed medical expenses (expenses not fully reimbursed by insurance or government programs, such as Medicaid) for death and for lost wages up to $50,000.
Note the use of the term “covered countermeasure injury”. Countermeasures are vaccines, antivirals, drugs, biologics, or medical devices used to diagnose, prevent, or treat, a declared pandemic, epidemic, or security threat.
So, because C19 is defined as a pandemic/epidemic, countermeasures fall under CICP protocol. I haven’t seen any source, official or unofficial, that says the mRNA injections were a response to a security threat.
I wonder what happens if the WHO declares say, obesity or poverty a global pandemic – under revisions to IHR 2005 or a new pandemic treaty, or if the UN declares climate change a global security threat.
Okay, so how is the CICP working out.
From the CHD article:
According to HRSA’s numbers, of the 11,941 claims filed with the CICP since 2010, nearly 11,000 of them are still under review.
941 claims paid after 13 years – 72 claims a year.
Now, keep in mind that the 3 claims in the headline of the article are the first claims against the mRNA injections.
From here, there have been around 950,000 US adverse events and US 18,000 deaths reported to VAERS from C19 mRNA injections (amongst more than 1.5 million adverse events and more than 35,000 death reports globally).
Just 3 claims for lost wages not covered by insurance or Medicaid have been settled. There is no information on which injections caused what damage, but here is a summary of the claims actually paid out.
“The U.S. government approved its first three payments to people injured by COVID-19 vaccines — amounting to a total of $4,634.89.
The Health and Resources Service Administration (HRSA) vaccine injury claims report, updated monthly, shows one $2,019.55 payment for anaphylaxis and two payments — $1,582.65 and $1032.69 — for myocarditis.”
“The anaphylaxis case had been pending medical benefits review since the fall of 2021, and the two myocarditis cases had been pending review since January.”
Presumably “since January” means “since January 2022”, not January 2023, given the rate at which cases are being reviewed by HHS.
For a little more context from the VAERSAnalysis.info link, here is an extract for those two (anaphylaxis and myocarditis) conditions.
You might factor in an under-reporting factor of 40 there have been more than 2 million Anaphylaxis “events” and 1 million Myocarditis/Pericarditis “events” from the 670 million injections administered in the US.
Given the back log of cases over 13 years, you would expect some sort of action. Well there is, back to the CHD article:
“The HRSA budget for COVID-19 vaccine injury compensation will increase in fiscal year 2023 — from approximately $1 million to $5 million — and its budget for staffing and contractors will jump from $5 million to $9.5 million.”
An extra 4 million bucks for compensation payments and another 4.5 million for contractors and staff. If the 5,000 bucks for three claims is anything to go by with the 11,000 claims outstanding for 13 years that works out at less than 400 bucks per claim – whilst a staff and contractor budget of 9.5 million per annum MIGHT increase the number of claims processed from 3 in 2 years to, maybe 6.
The only people being compensated for this travesty are the staff and contractors employed. Pretty much the same deal as for processing VAERS data – sub-contract it to someone else (General Dynamics) and pay them millions to NOT do the work that the agency should have been doing in the first place (and also wasn’t doing).
This is what is rotten to the core. It epitomises “the swamp” in all its sludge. Pay staff a fortune, pay their health care, pay for their retirement – and do not do the job you were hired to do, but pay contractors to also NOT do the job.
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