Australian Citizens Want Compensation for Corona Vaccine Side Effects Thousands Have Registered – Corona Vaccine: Australian Citizens Want Compensation for Corona Vaccine Side Effects, Thousands Registered


World Desk, Amar Ujala, Australia

Published by: Jeet kumar
Updated Wed, Nov 17 2021 01:29 AM IST

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The most common side effects include arm pain, headache, fever, and chills.

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After the arrival of the coronavirus, no one had any idea how dangerous it would be. But the only way to stop this virus that has claimed millions of lives is the corona vaccine. But the Kovid-19 vaccine was made in such a short time that there wasn’t even enough research on it. Because of this, people also had to deal with its side effects.

Now the citizens of Australia have demanded compensation for the side effects of the vaccine. More than 10,000 people have claimed that they had rare side effects and had to be hospitalized due to the corona vaccine, which also affected their income.

According to a media report, the program is estimated to cost around A $ 50 million if all claims are accepted. According to its website, the Australian Medical Administration reports over 79,000 of the adverse side effects from 36.8 million doses of the vaccine. Reports has been received. The most common side effects include arm pain, headache, fever, and chills.

According to the Australian General Medical Administration, 288 reports of heart inflammation were found after taking the Corona Pfizer vaccine, with this, 160 were observed to have clotting problems after taking the AstraZeneca vaccine. There were also nine deaths, most of them 65 and older.

In September, records were opened on the health department’s website, which also included people who had more serious consequences after receiving the vaccine, resulting in at least one night in the hospital.

Meanwhile, claimants seeking $ 20,000 or less must provide proof of their injury and its connection to coronavirus vaccines, medical costs, and lost wages.

The Australian government has yet to issue guidelines on what standard of proof that a person has had side effects from the vaccine should be compensated for.

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After the arrival of the coronavirus, no one had any idea how dangerous it would be. But the only way to stop this virus that has claimed millions of lives is the corona vaccine. But the Kovid-19 vaccine was made in such a short time that there wasn’t even enough research on it. Because of this, people also had to deal with its side effects.

Now the citizens of Australia have demanded compensation for the side effects of the vaccine. More than 10,000 people have claimed that they had rare side effects and had to be hospitalized due to the corona vaccine, which also affected their income.

According to a media report, the program is estimated to cost around A $ 50 million if all claims are accepted. According to its website, the Australian Medical Administration reports over 79,000 of the adverse side effects from 36.8 million doses of the vaccine. Reports has been received. The most common side effects include arm pain, headache, fever, and chills.

According to the Australian General Medical Administration, 288 reports of heart inflammation were found after taking the Corona Pfizer vaccine, with this, 160 were observed to have clotting problems after taking the AstraZeneca vaccine. There were also nine deaths, most of them 65 and older.

In September, records were opened on the health department’s website, which also included people who had more serious consequences after receiving the vaccine, resulting in at least one night in the hospital.

Meanwhile, claimants seeking $ 20,000 or less must provide proof of their injury and its connection to coronavirus vaccines, medical costs, and lost wages.

The Australian government has yet to issue guidelines on what standard of proof that a person has had side effects from the vaccine should be compensated for.


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