Thailand paid $45 million in Covid-19 vaccine injury claims; US has paid $0

The following is an excerpt from The Defender.

Thailand’s National Health Security Office (NHSO) as of March 8 has paid 1.509 billion baht (the equivalent of $45.65 million) to settle Covid-19 vaccine injury compensation claims.

The payouts were made to 12,714 people, including family members of some people who died as a result of the vaccine.

Thailand’s “no-fault” system makes it easy to secure compensation, at least when compared to similar schemes in the U.S. and other western countries.

Claims can be submitted by the individuals in question, or their families, at the hospital where they were vaccinated, at provincial health offices, or at NHSO regional offices.

Moreover, claims can be entered up to two years after the adverse effects first occur.

U.S. remains ‘stuck’ at one approved vaccine injury claim since November 2021

As previously reported by The Defender, as of Nov. 1, 2021, only one Covid vaccine injury claim had been approved for compensation by the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP).

As of today, the figure remains at one — a claim which has not yet been paid. No new claims were compensated in the interim.

Notably, as of the March 4 release of Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) data, a total of 1,168,894 adverse effects following Covid vaccination have been reported, including 25,158 deaths and 46,515 cases of permanent disability. (Continued)

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4 thoughts on “Thailand paid $45 million in Covid-19 vaccine injury claims; US has paid $0”

  1. From the linked article:
    “The vaccines being administered in Thailand are primarily the British-Swedish AstraZeneca vaccine, and the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine.”

    Would be good to know the breakdown of which vaccine occurred the most claims, and which is mRNA or killed-virus vaccine. (I think the AstraZeneca is mRNA. Not sure about the Sinovac but I was thinking it was a killed-virus vaccine, i.e., a traditionally developed vaccine.)

  2. All the CV19 jabs have the same mechanism of action: body becomes a spike protein factory. AstraZenca and J&J have fetal dna in them.

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