Death Jab Pulled AFTER Compensation Deadline

AstraZeneca's landmark decision to withdraw its Covid jab worldwide was hailed by victims of an extremely rare but fatal side effect, who said it 'means no one else will suffer from this awful adverse reaction'.

The pharmaceutical titan's vaccine, once heralded as a 'triumph for British science', has come under intense scrutiny in recent months for a very rare complication that causes blood clots and low blood platelet counts. It has been linked to 81 deaths in the UK as well as hundreds of serious injuries.   

The jab, developed with Oxford University, can no longer be used in the European Union after the company voluntarily withdrew its 'marketing authorisation', coming into effect today.

Similar applications to withdraw the vaccine will be made in other countries which had previously approved it, including the UK. Around 50million doses were given in Britain. 

AstraZeneca's withdrawal comes months after it admitted in legal documents that its jab can cause the thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) reaction. 

One of those seeking compensation is for injuries linked to AstraZeneca's vaccine is father-of-two and IT engineer Jamie Scott. He was left with a permanent brain injury following a blood clot and the bleed on the brain after getting the vaccine in April 2021. The 47-year-old has been unable to work since.

His wife Kate said: 'AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine no longer being used in the UK or Europe, and soon the rest of the world, means no one else will suffer from this awful adverse reaction.

'They say it's for commercial reasons but maybe it’s because it can no longer be seen as being within the acceptable safety parameters.'

Mr Scott, 47, told the Daily Telegraph: 'This is good news, but I will always wish they had, like they did in other countries, paused it in the UK after just one case. 

'More lives could have been saved and I would not be suffering the way I am.'

Those who think that the withdrawal may pave the way for a mass of claims against the Pharma giant may, however, be disappointed. For many victims the time to seek compensation has already run out.

Those injured or bereaved have three years from the date of their injury or the death in which to bring a claim so in many cases that cut off has already been reached.

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