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Covid vaccine injury class action update, Australia
An interview with Etana Hecht from Daily Clout
Last month, I reported that a Covid vaccine class action had been filed against the Australian Government, citing alleged, “negligence, breach of statutory duty and misfeasance in public office” in its failure to properly approve and monitor the Covid vaccines, resulting in harms to Australians.
I joined Queensland GP and instigator of the action, Dr Mel McCann, for an interview with Etana Hecht of Daily Clout to discuss the action.
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1:00 Rebekah on the context of the class action in Australia, problems with current federal compensation system
4:45 Dr Mel explains how she identified the safety problems with the Covid vaccines in her practice
7:10 Dr Mel discusses the attempts she made to get Australian officials to investigate Covid vaccine safety concerns
8:30 Dr Mel on why a class action is now necessary, what the action will argue, and what will be achieved should it be successful
12:15 Contextualising regulatory failures in the international landscape
13:25 Current Covid vaccine guidelines and recommendations in Australia
17:00 Booster uptake numbers and appetite
18:15 Discussion of how Australian medical professionals are dealing with Covid vaccine injuries, medical censorship is still a concern in the profession
23:40 Need for medical professionals to admit the error and take action to redress the failures of the system
27:00 Wrap up, how to join the class action, where to get more info
If you’re short on time, watch the four minute teaser on Twitter
An update from Dr Mel on how the action is progressing:
"I am so grateful for the media and public interest in the action, as well as the generous donations to support this moving forward. Respectful acknowledgement of these individuals with injuries and grief after vaccines is the first step towards helping them heal and much of the recent media coverage has started to assist this. The second step is financial compensation, and I look forward to these allegations of negligence by the Therapeutic Goods Administration being heard and judged in a court of law."
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