Canadians seriously injured by Covid vaccine collect more than $2.7 million 
Fifty Canadians injured by the Covid-19 vaccine were awarded a combined $2.7 million after filing a claim with the federal government’s injury reporting system. 

Mike Campbell

December 22, 2022

Fifty Canadians injured by the Covid-19 vaccine were awarded a combined $2.7 million after filing a claim with the federal government’s injury reporting system. 

Canadians seriously injured by Covid vaccine collect over $2.7 million 
Canadians seriously injured by Covid vaccine collect over $2.7 million.

Between June 2021 to Dec. 1, 2022, Canada’s Vaccine Injury Support Program (VISP) received 1,299 claims. Most of these claims are still under review.

Of the 221 claims completed, 50 individuals were awarded compensation for vaccine injuries during the 19-month review period.

Another 209 claims were inadmissible due to not meeting eligibility criteria or for being incomplete. 

According to CTV, a claim takes around 12 -18 months to be processed.

As of Dec. 22, Canada’s official vaccine data shows that 53,064 reports of adverse effects have taken place, including 10,519 which are considered severe. This marks an additional 158 serious adverse effects in Canada since the previous update four weeks prior on Nov. 25. 

Federal politicians continue to push all Canadians aged six months and older to line up for more Covid vaccines.

“The vaccines were highly effective at reducing cases, hospitalizations, and deaths,” said Minister Duclos last week.

“With 35,000 lives and billions in costs saved, investing in public health paid off. Let’s keep up the progress, let’s get boosted!”

On Wednesday, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Tam released a video of herself talking to “Mrs. Claus,” who recommended everyone get vaccinated. 

To date, Canada’s official data has not confirmed that one person died due to the Covid vaccine. Contrarily, America’s adverse effect reporting system VAERS shows that over 32,000 deaths have occurred due to the Covid vaccines – although this reporting system is unverified. 

In September, vaccine-injured and coerced Canadians joined the #TrudeauMustGo Twitter trend.

“I’m a healthy 47 year old Mom & entrepreneur. My sister got heart damage from the jab, a friend died. My daughter has Autism, I couldn’t risk not being here to care for her. According to Trudeau I’m an extremist and need to be dealt with #TrudeauMustGo #TrudeauIsDestroyingCanada” tweeted one user named Robyn.

“I’m a 36 year old Mom of 3, working in Health Care. I now have permanent tachycardia from my 1st forced vaccine to keep my job. My government injured me and thinks it’s unacceptable that I didn’t get the 2nd dose. My life isn’t important according to Trudeau,” wrote another.

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