Australia

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[…]

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.[…]

Australians speak out about vaccine harms

In mid-2023, Australians who have experienced serious outcomes from the Covid-19 vaccines spoke to audiences around Australia at major events hosted by the Australian Medical Professionals’ Association (AMPS) as part of a speaking tour by UK public health advocate Dr Aseem Malhotra. Watch videos of their stories by clicking on their names or photos below.[…]

Fit and active, now disabled

For many people around Australia who were previously fit, healthy and active, their reactions to COVID-19 vaccines have left them barely able to function with crippling new disabilities. For an overwhelming number of these people their medical teams have not been able to provide meaningful treatment options for them, nor have they been able to[…]

Albanese Government’s lack of support for vaccine-injured Australians

CANBERRA, ACT – The Albanese Government’s 2023-2024 budget once again demonstrates the lack of concern or support that the Australian Government has for voters who are continuing to suffer significant disabilities due to their Covid vaccinations. This year’s budget was an opportunity for the Government to finally recognise and provide support for all vaccine-injured Australians[…]

Class action filed against the TGA

The law firm NR Barbi Solicitor Pty Ltd, on behalf of a large group of Covid vaccine injured Australians, has filed a class action against the TGA and numerous other government actors, alleging negligence and/or malfeasance. This action is seen as a necessary step to take, with the action claiming that existing government processes have[…]

It’s time to get the story straight on who is being most severely affected by COVID-19 vaccine injury

CANBERRA, ACT — This International Women’s Day COVERSE draws attention to the plight of the many women whose lives have been destroyed by their COVID-19 vaccination. It may come as a surprise that the number of women affected by injury is significantly higher than men, but it shouldn’t. Studies consistently show that inequalities exist at[…]

A letter to federal politicians

In late January / early February 2023, COVERSE wrote individually to every single federal Senator and Member of Parliament, detailing the situation being faced by those of us suffering from COVID-19 vaccine injuries, and asking for them to take action to help us. Below is a copy of the text of our letter… RE: COVID-19[…]

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