by Max Aitchison
Originally Published April 26, 2023
A landmark Covid-19 vaccine injury class action lawsuit has been filed against the Australian government and the medicines regulator.
The nation-wide suit, which reportedly has 500 members including three named applicants, seeks redress for those allegedly left injured or bereaved by the Covid-19 vaccines.
One of the applicants who suffered a severe heart condition after getting the Pfizer jab is even claiming there was ‘cover-up’ during the vaccine rollout which hid the potential risks.
The federal government, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and the Department of Health – in addition to a number of senior public servants – are all named as parties to the class action, which was filed in the New South Wales Federal Court on Wednesday.
The named parties are accused of negligence in their approval and monitoring of Covid-19 vaccines, breach of statutory duty and misfeasance in public office.
The lawsuit was organised by Queensland GP Dr Melissa McCann who raised over $105,000 through crowd funding.
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