Almost Quarter BILLION Dollars Paid Out for Vaccine Injuries by U.S. Government in 2019

The federal government Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines (ACCV) under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services just concluded their fourth and last meeting of 2019 on December 5th.

At this meeting the Division of Injury Compensation Programs reported that through December 1, 2019, the federal government’s National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program had paid out $‭225,457,658‬.00 for vaccine injuries and deaths for the fiscal year 2019.

The fiscal year 2020 started October 1, 2019, and since that date ‭$31,710,574‬.00 has already been awarded as settlements in cases related to vaccine injuries and deaths.

This is probably the most censored and hidden information regarding the United State’s vaccine program, and Health Impact News has been accused of spreading “fake news” for simply publishing these numbers, that no corporate-sponsored “mainstream” media source would dare to publish.

If any of our articles publishing these government-verified and published facts go viral, Facebook and others are quick to attack us and accuse us of publishing “fake news” to reduce the traffic to these articles.

The only narrative that the U.S. Government health agencies and their partners, the Pharmaceutical industry, want published in the media is the false narrative that all vaccines are “safe and effective” and that the “science is settled” regarding vaccines.

The publishing of anything else, even statistics on vaccine injuries and deaths which are required by law to be reported and can be found on the federal government’s own websites, is vigorously opposed in the effort to suppress this truth, and any medical professional that tries to participate in an honest debate on both sides of the issue, even if that medical professional is mainly pro-vaccine, they are labeled as a “quack” and “anti-science.”

Tremendous efforts are made to suppress the kind of information on vaccines that we publish here at Health Impact News, and our VaccineImpact.com website.