“What do you say to those who have been affected [da lesioni da vaccino]?” Sievers asked Lauterbach, the German health minister, during an interview in ZDF’s “Heute Journal” on March 12
“What happened to these people is absolutely staggering, and any single case is one too many,” Lauterbach replied. “I honestly feel so sorry for these people. There are serious disabilities and some of them will be permanent.”
“It is true that under these EU contracts, the companies have been largely exempted from liability and that the liability, therefore, falls on the German state,” Lauterbach said.
However, despite this, the health minister noted that it would “definitely” be a good idea if biopharma companies “showed a willingness to help” people affected by vaccine adverse events, especially because of their “exorbitant” profits.
“So, it wouldn’t just be a good gesture, we should expect that,” he said.
Lauterbach said the priority now is to facilitate care for those suffering from post-vaccination syndrome. She added that she has “negotiated with the budget committee” to launch a program to help the vaccine injured.
“Our understanding of adverse events is becoming clearer every day and, therefore, it should be possible to identify those affected more quickly, so that we can help them more quickly,” he added.
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