In the face of the Biden administration's Covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees and contractors, the government reports it's already getting "an increased number of claims resulting from apparent adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccination."
Normally, vaccine injuries are not compensated by the government, but the feds announced an exception and said that it will cover Covid-19 vaccine injuries since employees are forced to take them to continue employment.
No word as to who, if anyone, is considered liable for vaccine injuries in private industry when companies require Covid-19 vaccination.
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An announcement on November 8 told federal employees that the Department of Labor Federal Employees' Compensation Program has been receiving the injury claims.
The 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals has temporarily suspended implementation of the Biden administration's vaccine mandate at private employers with 100 or more employees.
Read the announcement about vaccine injury claims below: