In recent news, it was reported that Thailand’s National Health Security Office (NHSO) has paid 1.509 billion baht (the equivalent of $45.65 million) to settle COVID-19 jab injury compensation claims as of March 8.
While the United States? Well, the answer is $0 in COVID-19 jab injury claims has been paid yet.
While the current administration grovels at the feet of Big Pharma mandates millions of Americans into taking an experimental injection is now abandoning those who are suffering from the COVID-19 vaccines side effects.
Thailand’s National Health Security Office as of March 8 paid the equivalent of $45.65 million to settle COVID-19 vaccine injury compensation claims under a system that is relatively easy to navigate, and quick to pay.https://t.co/TIfiBiJ1Bn
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) March 15, 2022
The Phnom Penh Post reported:
The NHSO on March 9 reported that from May 19, 2021 to March 8 this year, a total of 15,933 people had filed complaints of negative reactions to Covid-19 vaccines.
The NHSO said 2,328 complaints were rejected after it ruled that the side-effects were not related to the vaccinations.
Of the rejected cases, 875 complainants are appealing against the earlier decision of the NHSO.
It added that 891 cases were pending consideration.
According to multiple reports, Thailand primarily uses AstraZeneca and Chinese-made Sinovac injections.
The Defender also explained Thailand’s vaccine compensation program:
Thailand’s vaccine injury compensation program is an example of a “no-fault compensation program.”
As reported by The Defender in December 2021, “no-fault” refers to a measure put in place by public health authorities, private insurance companies, manufacturers and/or other stakeholders to compensate individuals harmed by vaccines.
Such programs allow a person who has sustained a vaccine injury to be compensated financially, without having to attribute fault or error to a specific manufacturer or individual.
No-fault compensation schemes are one of three options used by various countries to handle vaccine injury claims.
The other two options include allowing vaccine-injured people to sue private-sector actors, such as vaccine manufacturers or their insurers, or to place the full financial burden on the patient.
In the case of Thailand, the compensation scheme sets forth the following payout categories:
- For cases of death or permanent disability, each family receives 400,000 baht ($11,928).
- Those who sustained a disability that affects their livelihood or who lost a limb receive 240,000 baht ($7,157).
- For other injuries or illnesses sustained as a result of COVID vaccination, a maximum of 100,000 baht ($2,982) is paid out.
For the third category of claims, the specific amount awarded is contingent on the level of damages found to have been caused by the vaccine, as well as the financial state of the patient.
Americans are stuck with the convoluted Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), which has only approved one claim to date.
CICP also added:
As of March 1, 2022, the CICP has not compensated any COVID-19 countermeasures claims. Six COVID-19 countermeasure claims have been denied compensation because the standard of proof for causation was not met and/or a covered injury was not sustained. One COVID-19 countermeasure claim, a COVID-19 vaccine claim due to an anaphylactic reaction, has been determined eligible for compensation and is pending a review of eligible expenses.
The Countermeasure Injury Compensation Amendment Act was introduced by U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) to expedite claims by those injured by COVID-19 injections.