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One Billion Baht Compensation Allocated for Victims Who Suffer Side Effects From COVID Vaccination


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By Natthaphon  Sangpolsit

 

BANGKOK (NNT) - One billion baht in financial compensation has been provided by the National Security Office (NHSO) to people who experienced negative effects after receiving Covid-19 vaccinations.

 

According to the NHSO Secretary-general Jadet Thammathat-aree, the NHSO has already approved compensation for 9,551 people who have lodged complaints after developing side effects due to receiving Covid-19 vaccination from the government’s inoculation campaign.

 

It is reported that 12,882 people had filed for compensation from NHSO. 1,869 complaints were rejected due to failures to meet the criteria while 1,462 cases are currently being reviewed by officials.

 

The NHSO has provided compensation of up to 100,000 baht to 7,037 people who experienced mild side effects. 250 people have received payouts of 100,000-240,000 baht for severe conditions that could have been caused by vaccination such as losing functions of their limbs which affected their daily lives.

 

Compensation of 400,000 baht were provided to 2,264 families of the deceased patients or people permanently disabled that could have been attributed to the side effects of the inoculation.

 

The NHSO secretary-general said that those who had side effects from Covid jabs and wants to lodge a complaint can do so at the service location where they were vaccinated, provincial public health offices, and 13 NHSO offices across the country. A local subcommittee comprised of medical experts and public representatives will consider the complaint as soon as possible. He added that people whose complaints were rejected can file an appeal to the NHSO secretary-general within 30 days of the rejection.

 

For more information, people are advised to call the NHSO’s hotline at 1330 or add @nhso via the Line application.

 

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And am I correct to assume that none of these compensation packages apply if the vaccine were paid for from a private hospital? And what is the status of non-citizens in all this? 

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Compensation of 400,000 baht were provided to 2,264 families of the deceased patients or people permanently disabled that could have been attributed to the side effects of the inoculation.

That can't be right...seriously, 2,264 people

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

The NHSO has provided compensation of up to 100,000 baht to 7,037 people who experienced mild side effects.

Is it standard to give compensation for mild side effects or is that just Thailand?

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there's probably a limited allocation of how many can claim it

 

i'm sure if you're in a government job and know the right people you stand a better chance of winning

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8 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

diseased and disabled from vaccine ? Holy cow - that's a ridiculously high number. No country would vaccinate people if there were serious side effects and death in 1 in 30,000 !

 

I sense a huge con here.

Yes. By vaccine manufacturers and goverments pushing them. 

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The NNT (National News Bureau Of Thailand) is spreading fake news and conspiracy theories and the government is paying significant (for Thailand) amounts of money just for fun? Sure.....

 

P.S. Hint for some people here. Have a look at who the "Factcheckers" are

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10 minutes ago, rattlesnake said:

The article is factual enough for anyone not wearing blinkers.

Sure you are not the one wearing blinkers to justify your crusade?

From the article.

 

14 hours ago, webfact said:

The NHSO has provided compensation of up to 100,000 baht to 7,037 people who experienced mild side effects. 250 people have received payouts of 100,000-240,000 baht for severe conditions that could have been caused by vaccination such as losing functions of their limbs which affected their daily lives.

 

Compensation of 400,000 baht were provided to 2,264 families of the deceased patients or people permanently disabled that could have been attributed to the side effects of the inoculation.

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3 minutes ago, Virt said:

Sure you are not the one wearing blinkers to justify your crusade?

From the article.

 

Let's pick up this conversation in 6 months from now.

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10 hours ago, Chivas said:

The anti vaxxers are still amongst us sadly.

You'd have thought after Novak Djokovic more than few would have woken up but clearly not

 

The utterly spurious nonsense on this thread is mind blowing

Yes, nonsense from both sides, not just anti vaxers

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The amount of compensation is not enough to cover the amount of suffering and grief caused by death or disability.

 

 

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22 hours ago, transam said:

I am surprised Mrs.T hasn't developed a limp after hearing about giveaway cash....😋

Mrs. B's hair is turning grey OMG ! And i'm sure my penis has got smaller too. :unsure:

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On 1/17/2022 at 6:03 PM, Virt said:

Sure you are not the one wearing blinkers to justify your crusade?

From the article.

 

‘Could have’

 

Bht 400,000 between 2,264 families = Average payout Bht 176.7

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On 1/18/2022 at 11:08 AM, steven100 said:

yes ........  i'm suffering from all of those you mentioned.

 

where do I go to collect my 400,000  baht       ?

Erm Bht 176.7.

 

Don’t spend it all at once.

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3 hours ago, Chomper Higgot said:

‘Could have’

 

Bht 400,000 between 2,264 families = Average payout Bht 176.7

I think it's 400,000 baht pr family for the deseased/disable (those numbers i highly doubt are accurate),

mild side effects up to 100,000 bahtand the last with severe illness are 100,000 - 250,000 baht.

Which makes a bit more sense, but the math still does not add up.

 

If they provided a billion baht to 9551 people as the article says that's 104,000 baht pr person in average.

 

But if you add up the examples they mention in the article further down it adds up to more than a billion baht.

 

The article misses a lot of info, unless i totally misunderstand the article.

Which vaccines are we talking about.

Why should Thailand have such a HUGE number of diseased/disabled because of the vaccines?

Has any deaths actually been directly linked to the vaccines, or did they just compensate people without any actual proof?

Why has 7,037 people been compensated up to 100,000 baht for mild side effects?

That's not normal to compensate for mild side effects.

If we were to be compensated for mild side effects for all drugs, the world would run out of money, 

since there is not single piece of medication on this planet, that does not have mild side effects.

 

 

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A post that misrepresented data sources tallying unproven claims of COVID vaccine side effects as being documented cases has been removed along with ensuing replies. Also a post quoting an extremely long list of COVID related journal articles.

 

See the following forum rule on fair use quoting:

 

14) You will not post any copyrighted material except as fair use laws apply (as in the case of news articles). Please only post a link, the headline and the first three sentences.

 

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