A rare breakthrough report about the covid vaccine injured in a mainstream Scottish newspaper:
Exclusive: The Scottish Vaccine Injury Group sat down with the Scottish Daily Express to discuss their campaign and how they feel let down by the governments who put so much pressure on the population to take the jag.
Scotland’s vaccine injured community say they have been abandoned by the country’s governments and have been left trying to pick up the pieces of their lives by themselves. The Scottish Vaccine Injury Group says many of its 150 members have felt suicidal at the lack of support, with medical professionals dismissive of their concerns.
The Covid vaccine roll out from the end of 2020 was one of the biggest logistical undertakings in British history. Public health bodies have estimated the jags have saved tens of thousands of lives over the past two and half years [it is more likely that these so-called vaccines have saved absolutely no-one’s life, but have instead caused great harm and deaths, many of which are unreported].
But a growing number of people are now coming forward with their stories of having adverse reactions to the vaccine. At least nine deaths in Scotland have been attributed to the Covid vaccines and many others are trying to put their lives together after suffering serious injury.
Read the full story here: Scotland’s vaccine injured feel ‘abandoned’ with many feeling suicidal due to their illness
- Class Action Covid UK – https://cacuk.uk/
- Scottish Vaccine Injury Group – “A growing community of Scottish individuals who have experienced adverse reactions to, or have been bereaved by, Covid-19 vaccines.”
- Covileaks — “We strongly believe the ‘vaccine’ has not been proven safe or effective, is harming millions and for some, it has been fatal.”
- Real Not Rare —”Our government asked us to do our part to stop the virus. We thought we were doing the right thing. Now we are injured, many severely. We are hurting, in pain, and losing our jobs. We are demanding our government do the right thing by acknowledging our injuries, as well as establish compensation for the tens of thousands who have been injured or have died.”