Thailand pays, 45 million to 15,933 people following the Kovid-19 vaccine

From May 19, 2021 to March 8 of this year, Thailand’s National Health Security Office (NHSO) has provided financial assistance of approximately 1.509 billion baht ($ 45.65 million) to those who have suffered adverse reactions after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, local news reports said.

The National Health Protection Office (NHSO) is responsible for financial assistance programs

“In case of death or permanent disability, each family will receive 400,000 baht ($ 11,900). 240,000 baht (7,178) is paid for those who lose a limb or hold a disability that affects their livelihood and 100,000 baht ($ 2,990) for those who suffer from chronic illness, “Thai PBS reports.

According to the NHSO, a total of 15,933 people have so far complained of adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccine, of which 2,328 have been rejected.

The Phnom Penh Post reported:

Thailand’s National Health Security Office (NHSO) has so far paid 1.509 billion baht ($ 45.65 million) in compensation to 12,714 people who developed side effects after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.

The NHSO reported March 9 that from May 19, 2021 to March 8 of this year, a total of 15,933 people have reported adverse reactions to the Covid-19 vaccine.

The NHSO said 2,328 complaints were rejected when it ruled that side effects were not related to vaccination.

Of the rejected cases, 875 complainants are appealing against the NHSO’s earlier decision.

It added that 891 cases were pending.

The post Thailand first appeared on The Gateway Pundit, paying, 45 million to 15,933 people following the adverse effects of the Covid-19 vaccine.

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