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Excess Mortality inquiry

Have you lost a loved one due to a COVID vaccine? Or do you support people who have? If so, please consider making a submission to the Australian Senate’s inquiry into Excess Mortality. Below are some simple suggestions on how to make a valuable contribution to this inquiry, which you can download as a PDF[…]

Germany includes vax injuries in Long Covid research funding

On 20th March 2024 the German Federal Ministry of Health opened a research fund for Long Covid. What’s interesting about this fund is that it explicitly includes “complaints related to a COVID-19 vaccination… and Long COVID-like complaints in temporal connection with a COVID-19 vaccination.” Details of the fund can be found online at: www.bundesgesundheitsministerium.de/ministerium/ressortforschung/handlungsfelder/forschungsschwerpunkte/long-/post-covid (English[…]

COVERSE testifies in Parliament

On 1 February 2024 COVERSE was invited to testify before the Senate Standing Committees on Legal and Constitutional Affairs which was holding an inquiry into terms of reference for a potential COVID-19 Royal Commission. COVERSE was represented by board members Rado Faletič and Rachel O’Reilly. Senators asked about challenges with the federal government’s Covid-19 Vaccine[…]

A win for vaccine-injured workers

In a decision handed down in the South Australian Employment Tribunal it was confirmed that employers are responsible for compensating workers who become injured from a vaccine they were mandated to take, irrespective of whether the mandate was imposed by the employer alone, or from government public health orders. Importantly, the ruling demonstrates that businesses[…]

The Lockdown Files: AstraZeneca vaccine

The Daily Telegraph — one of the UK’s major newspapers — has run a series of news articles about problems surrounding AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine. This has come about as a result of The Lockdown Files, which are leaked text messages from former UK health secretary Matt Hancock, coupled with evidence emerging from the UK Covid-19[…]

Shortfalls in AEFI reporting systems

In an investigative article in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), doctors, coroners, scientists and patients describe a puzzling series of shortfalls with VAERS, the US’s vaccine adverse event reporting system, in relations to the COVID-19 vaccines. The article describes the lack of follow-up or investigation from the US CDC (Centers for Disease Control), including in[…]

Long-term adverse effects

A significant portion of the Covid-19 vaccine-injured community in Australia continue to suffer from the harms caused by their vaccinations, despite governments and public health authorities assuring the public that these vaccine products don’t caused long-term adverse effects. Those Australians who have struggled with adverse reactions that have been acknowledged by regulators, such as myocarditis,[…]

New Matilda does vaccine injuries

Independent Australian news website New Matilda has published a series of insightful articles on the issue of Covid vaccine injuries. Most centre and left-leaning publications have dared not broach the topic of vaccine injury, proclaiming that they are “pro vax” publications, with the vast majority of mainstream reporting on the topic appearing in right-leaning outlets.[…]

UK Covid-19 Inquiry begins

The UK Government has established a public inquiry into the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, and includes a specific module dedicated to Vaccines and Therapeutics (Module 4). The vaccine injured and bereaved in the UK are represented by vaccine-injury groups UK CV Family, Scottish Vaccine Injury Group, and VIB UK, who have been granted core[…]

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