Why are vaccine companies so nervous about injury lawsuits?
A global vaccine program is denying tens of millions of refugees over their fear of being sued.
The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations mentioned that “this could then lead to an increased number of litigation cases.”
Which they said would lead to people not being as confident in the vaccine.
A global vaccine program is denying tens of millions of refugees and other country-less people COVID-19 shots because some major drug manufacturers are concerned about getting sued by people claiming to have suffered adverse effects.
The United Nations says COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers have required that countries relieve them of any legal liability.
Reuters reviewed internal documents from the charity operating the global vaccine program, Gavi, showing that about 167 million people could be excluded from national vaccine programs.
Non-governmental organizations participating in the program run by Gavi â€“ called COVID-19 Vaccines Global Access, or COVAX â€“ say they can’t bear the legal risks of administering the vaccines to migrants.
“This could then lead to an increased number of litigation cases … during which the safety and efficacy of the vaccine would be publicly questioned,” the federation said in a statement to Reuters.
The Palmieri Report is a Pro-America News Outlet founded by Jacob Palmieri. The Palmieri Report is dedicated to giving people the truth so that they can form their own informed political opinions. You can help us beat Big Tech by following us on GETTR , Telegram, and Rumble.
Listen to our Daily News Podcast!