One of the First Canadians to be Approved for Covid Vaccine Injury Payout
B.C. man among first Canadians approved for COVID-19 vaccine injury payout...
Ross Wightman has been partially paralyzed for a year after receiving the Covid vaccine. Since then, he has made it the challenge of a lifetime to regain his composure, get upstairs unassisted, go on solo walks, and much more.
Even as he accomplishes all the goals he has lined up to get back to living a normal life, one of his biggest wins came when he received an email from Canada’s Vaccine Injury Support Program that confirmed something scary…
Ross was sent an email that confirmed his condition was most likely caused by the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine. He said, "That was quite vindicating. To have it in hand, in a paper, acknowledging it has been vindicating."
Ross had been diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) just days after his first dose of the vaccine. The condition is known to possibly cause paralysis, death, and muscle weakness.
"Every day is a grind. [The letter] doesn't change my condition, or the way I feel overly — it's just nice to have.”
Ross Wightman said as he explains his limited mobility.
According to BCCDC, there have been 10 individual reports of hospitalizations due to GBS within 30-days of vaccination since December 2020. Four of those ten have been linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine and five of those ten have been linked to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Health experts reiterate how lethal the virus itself can be, but lack an explanation as to the risks of the vaccine. Nearly 11.7 Million doses of the vaccine have been distributed in British Columbia.
Pictured above, the letter makes Ross just one of maybe a handful of Canadians to become approved for a Covid vaccine injury benefit payment. The total amount of compensation has not been publicized, but the maximum payout is said to sit around $300,000.
Ross has also been made eligible for income replacement that totals nearly $90,000 a year.
The Candian health service will be providing the latest vaccine injury data later this month after missing its own June 1 deadline… strange.
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