Reports surfaced this week that the Canadian government allocated $75 million for their Vaccine Injury Support Program (VISP) to compensate deceased or injured victims of the experimental COVID-19 shots.
“Only vaccines that are proven to be safe, effective and of high quality are approved for use in Canada.”
Also 🇨🇦 :
Feds prepare $75 million for “first five years” of COVID vaccine injury claims.
— COVID VACCINE INJURIES .COM (@Storiesofinjury) March 18, 2022
Health Canada's adverse reaction reports include 306 deaths, 123 cases of Guillain-Barre Syndrome, 78 miscarriages, 57 acute kidney injuries and 47 heart attacks. The most common serious side effect was myocarditis, affecting 1,886 people. #cdnpoli https://t.co/bKyZ18VdYJ
— True North (@TrueNorthCentre) March 17, 2022
The Government of Canada confirms over 300 Canadians are dead from the Covid shots . How much is that under-reported by? https://t.co/i93cluX5mg
— Karl Harrison (@KarlDHarrison) March 18, 2022
As True North reported, the $75 million is budgeted for at least five years:
“A total of $75 million in funding has been earmarked for the first five years of the program,” said a memo from Health Canada. “The overall cost of the program is dependent on the volume of claims and compensation awarded over time.”
Injury from vaccination was rare but not unprecedented, it added.
The memo said that expenses available under the Vaccine Injury Support Program include administration costs and financial supports for eligible applicants.
About 32.4 million Canadians have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine.
Rebel News weighed in:
This aligns with Health Canada’s media advisory from December 9, 2020, when the agency first approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer submitted hundreds of thousands of pages of safety data to Health Canada on October 9, 2020 as part of the regulatory process in seeking Emergency Use Authorization. Health Canada stamped the approval exactly 60 days later.
As detailed by Blacklock’s Reporter, a department memo stipulated that a “total of $75 million in funding has been earmarked for the first five years of the program. The expense includes administration costs and financial supports to eligible claimants.”
In Canada, we have an flawed vaccine side effect reporting system called the Canadian Adverse Events Following Immunization Surveillance System.
As of March 11, 2022, the COVID-19 vaccine-specific segment has recorded 81,128,413 total vaccine doses administered to Canadians.
Of those, 40,891 have resulted in documented adverse reactions, with 8,556 considered serious. Three safety signals continue to be monitored — thrombosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, and myocarditis/pericarditis.
The reporting system has faced criticism for publishing data that is not being age stratified or detailed in terms of the severity of reactions that occur.
While Canada has earmarked $75 million for COVID-19 jab injury claims, the United States still has spent $0.
Since the experimental shots were given "emergency use authorization," injuries and deaths aren't eligible under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
Instead, you must file a claim with the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP).
As WeLoveTrump noted, obtaining compensation in this convoluted program is extremely difficult.
While the U.S. government mandates citizens to take an experimental mRNA gene therapy, they'll stick you with the medical bill if you die or get severely injured.
That's what the American people get with politicians and federal agencies bought and paid for by the pharmaceutical companies.