Trudeau gov’t paid out $6.7 Million in claims linked to COVID-19 vaccinations

Records show that a federal COVID-19 vaccine death and injury compensation program has paid almost $7 million in claims.

According to Blacklock’s Reporter, the department of Health expects that there will be $75 million in claims by 2026.

In a biannual update, Vaccine Injury Support Program managers reported receiving 1,859 claims from Canadians who experienced death or injury due to pandemic vaccinations.

As of July 10, a total of 103 claims have been paid, which are worth $6,695,716.

“A total of $75 million in funding has been earmarked for the first five years of the program,” the Health department wrote in a 2021 memo. Categories of paid claims were not disclosed.

Public Health Agency data show that of 98.2 million vaccine doses administered, there were 55,145 “adverse events” ranging from minor headaches to deaths. The Agency reported 332 blood clots, 289 strokes, 283 heart attacks, 198 cases of facial paralysis, 99 spontaneous abortions, 79 kidney injuries and 37 damaged livers.

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