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NHS and DWP Advertise Job Roles To Deal With Vaccine Damage Payments.

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Question – How do the DWP and the NHS let us know that they are aware of the safety issues with the COVID vaccination without saying so? Answer – They create more than 180 job openings to cope with the added vaccine damage claims.

The government has a list of vaccines that in the event of vaccine damage or death, they assist the individual with making a claim for compensation, and they have now listed the Coronavirus vaccine to that list.

The Gov.UK website states that “If you’re severely disabled as a result of a vaccination against certain diseases” you can also apply for this payment on behalf of someone who has died after becoming severely disabled because of certain vaccinations. “You need to be managing their estate to apply.”

The payment is called a “vaccine damage payment” and it is a measly one-off sum of £120,000.

The government is making it sound as if they are gifting this payment to individuals, despite the fact the government terrorised the public into believing they needed the jab which was all part of their plandemic, and continued to promote boosters when it was clear it didn’t work.

They advise the claimants “You’ll get paid directly if you’re over 18 and can manage your own affairs. If you’re under 18 or you cannot manage your own affairs, the payment will be made to your trustees.” and “You could get a payment if you’re severely disabled and your disability was caused by vaccination against any of the following diseases:” Below.

Adding Insult to The Vaccine Injury

The government through allowing the manufacturers to have a blanket indemnity, is responsible for this one-off payment that may have made it impossible for a person to work as a result of the damage inflicted on them, or their loved ones, yet they are prepared to take the compensation into account when assessing the benefits that they are entitled to.

“A Vaccine Damage Payment can affect benefits and entitlements” like:

  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • Working Tax Credit
  • Child Tax Credit
  • Universal Credit
  • Pension Credit
  • Housing Benefit
  • Council Tax Reduction
  • Employment and Support Allowance

The DWP Vacanies

It would appear that they will be needing extra admin staff to cope with the added individuals who will be claiming for the damage and deaths caused by the jab that remarkably the government is still promoting.

The department of Work and Pensions (DWP) advertised job roles on their Findajob site on February the 15th, 2022.

They are looking to fill up to 180 positions in the Wigan and Preston areas, due to commence in May 2022 onwards, to provide administration for benefits such as Disability Living Allowance (DLA), Personal Independence Payment (PIP), and vaccine damage.

The NHS Job Roles

The NHS department of business services authority are looking to recruit a number of caseworkers to work remotely servicing the areas of Newcastle, Wakefield and Middlesbrook.  

They will be working on a 6-month contract, within the Vaccine Damage Scheme Team which is working on behalf of the Department of Health and Social Care “to process claims for a one-off payment to people who have suffered a severe disablement due to direct affects from a qualifying vaccination.”.

The Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme is a “fast paced, evolving and high profile part of our buisness” which it must be, given that the contracts are for six months. What do they believe will happen after the six months I wonder? How do they imagine it will evolve? They cannot possibly believe that there will be increasingly fewer claims surely?

MHRA Yellow Card Scheme

The UK adverse reaction reporting scheme was first introduced after the thalidomide tragedy and now acts as an early warning system to identify risks associated with certain drugs and vaccines particularly when there are duplicate reports.

The true number of cases reported to the UK scheme is underreported and only 2-4% of all ADRs and only 10% of serious reactions to a pharma product is actually reported.

This may be as a result of individuals not being informed of its existence or through the expectation that someone else may report the ADR, The Yellow Card Scheme website does advise not to assume that they did.

Once a report is logged on the scheme it is sent to a database and goes through an assessment where the signal is detected and evaluated and then prioritised, leading to a risk-benefit evaluation which should then lead to regulatory action

Regulatory action should mean special warnings labelled to the product, statements of restrictions in use, or ultimately the withdrawal of a product if patient safety is threatened.

Why has this not been the case for the COVID jabs? There have been thousands of adverse reports, there are signals, with certain adverse effects being reported time and time again.

Even prior to the COVID jab, ADRs were the fourth leading cause of death in the USA. they burden the NHS financially £466 million a year with seven 800 bed hospitals utilised by ADR patients. 5,700 patients in hospitals a year die from ADRs.

Big pharma has been given too much trust despite showing that they are not infallible, trustworty or prioritise health over their wealth.

Therefore, ADRs are important, they need to be addressed.

if they are “an early warning system, the warnings came within weeks of the jab rollout and showed the signs that the COVID products being administered, were not safe.

The NHS is planning to deal with the claims from those who have suffered as a result of being jabbed with the product, yet are still promoting it and jabbing it into the arms of the nation.

As for the DWP, they are effectively just doing their masters’ work, appeasing folk with what will seem like a sizable payment but are essentially just shifting money around by taking their entitlements away from them.

They are not actually losing anything which is evident due to the fact they are still continuing with their quest to jab the entire population!

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Tommy
Tommy
7 months ago

A claim system that has been working but when covid is added they are looking to fill
more than 180 job openings to cope with the added vaccine damage claims.
Electricity prices, fuel prices, food prices all soaring thanks to the clowns in power.
they caused all this and should be made to face their crimes

hooligan
hooligan
7 months ago

why not use the up to date data rather than numbers from september last year?
maybe this web site can help
COVID-19 Yellow Card Data | UKColumn
more than 2,000 deaths and 1.45 million reactions.
source data is here:
Coronavirus vaccine – weekly summary of Yellow Card reporting – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

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Alan
Alan
7 months ago

£21,262 per year ? Are they seeking to employ a 12 year-old ?

Wendy
Wendy
7 months ago

Anything which potentially improves the plight of the claimant will be beneficial. The system has been beset with delays since it was introduced in 1979. The many horror stories relayed by claimants paint a picture of a very flawed system in severe need of updating and reform. My own daughter’s case took almost ten years to reach a conclusion during which time we were subjected to a catalogue of errors, loss of files, loss of medical reports, eleventh hour cancellations for hearings, shortages of Judges to hear appeals brought under the Vaccine Damage Payment Act and unsuitably qualified experts. Add to that the fact that there is no Legal Aid to allow claimants to engage suitably qualified legal and medical experts to argue their claim against the Secreatary Of state’s appointed experts and you have a very one sided process. Claimants, often struggling with a vaccine injured family member are forced to find the finances, resources and skills themselves to argue their claims. If expanding the workforce heralds a much needed change to the way in which vaccine injured individuals and their families are treated at the VDPS then I’m all for it. A lot more is needed to bring the system into line with todays standards and expectations but at least it’s a start. I would not wish anyone to have to go through the same experience as we did.