We are already seeing that health care providers are refusing service to individuals injured by the Covid-19 injections, and health and life insurance companies are declining coverage for vaccine-related injuries and deaths on the grounds that the injections are investigational vaccines allowed under Food and Drug Administration (FDA) emergency use authorization (EUA) but not otherwise approved or licensed.2 This denial of care and coverage poses a serious threat to the physical and financial well-being of employees presented with a requirement to get a Covid injection—perhaps even more so than the possibility of losing their job for not being vaccinated.
Reviewing this form with employers may open their eyes to the regulations in place and the liability they may face (that they may otherwise not be aware of). Everyone should consider reviewing the form with their employer as well as sharing it with co-workers. This could result in a positive impact for employees and could be a game-changer. Alternatively, if the employer representative refuses to sign the form, that may be an indicator of their concern about potential liability and should prompt an immediate discussion about how the employee can continue working for the company without being injected.
As an employee, does my life insurance policy provide any coverage in the event that I die from receiving an EUA Covid-19 injection?
As an employee, will you be providing Workers’ Compensation, disability insurance, or other resources if I have an adverse event to an EUA Covid-19 injection and am unable to come to work for days, weeks, or months, or if I am disabled for life?
Have you reviewed the available databases of material adverse events reported to date for people who have received Covid-19 injections?