Vaccine Injury Claims: Over 10,000 Australians to File Cases Over COVID-19

The recognised side effects to the COVID-19 vaccines are included in the approved Product Information
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Vaccine Injury Claims: Over 10,000 Australians to File Cases Over COVID-19

Thousands of people have signed the petition, with many of them agreeing with her assertions.

Around 10,000 leavers are expected to attend Covid-safe celebrations in Dunsborough, about 250 kilometres south of Perth.

Those wishing to attend official Leavers events must have received at least one Covid vaccination.

At the start of this week, just roughly 2500 people have uploaded vaccination documentation, according to Vaccine Commander Chris Dawson.

According to a Department of Health statement, citizens have been registering their interest in filing a claim under the federal government's no-fault COVID-19 Vaccine Claims Scheme since Sept. 6.

The policy, which was unveiled in late August, will cover the price of injuries that cost more than A$5,000. However, claimants must have taken a vaccine that has been licensed by Australian medicine regulators and have had a recognized "adverse event."

“The recognised side effects to the COVID-19 vaccines are included in the approved Product Information and include thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) associated (blood-clotting) with the AstraZeneca vaccine and myocarditis and pericarditis associated with the Pfizer  vaccine,” a Department of Health website stated.

Individuals must have spent at least one night in hospital for claims ranging from A$5,000 to A$20,000. They must also give proof of medical bills and lost pay, as well as medical verification of the injury.

It comes as state and territory governments in Australia continue to push for higher immunization rates throughout their populations, with vaccine requirements sweeping across a variety of sectors and businesses.

Some of the most substantial mandates affecting millions of Australian workers have been enacted in Victoria, Western Australia, and the Northern Territory.

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