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UKCVFamily attend Covid Inquiry second Preliminary hearing for Module 4

On May 22nd, UKCVFamily attended the Covid-19 public inquiry with legal representation, and counsel, from Hudgells solicitors, Terry Wilcox, Anna Morris KC and Mark Bradley KC.

Two other groups representing the Covid vaccine injured and bereaved also attended; The Scottish Vaccine Injury Group and VIBUK. David Cross from The Centre for British Documentary Photography also attended with UKCVFamily. UKCVFamily released this press statement as follows;

UKCVFamily are concerned with the latest news that the Inquiry has deviated from it's original plan to investigate Covid vaccine harms in detail. The public were told by the Government, that there was no need for a separate inquiry for this matter, as it would be investigated in Module 4 of the Covid-19 inquiry.

Module 4 has been delayed by six months already and is now shortened to three weeks instead of four, which we feel is an inadequate timeframe in which to explore fully, the impact of vaccines and therapeutics during the Pandemic.

While we welcome signs from the Government that the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme may be reviewed, unfortunately, as we see too often with social injustices, this isn’t happening in a timely manner to aid those affected. The vaccine injured and bereaved need medical, emotional and financial support now, not in decades time.

We have urged Baroness Hallett and the Inquiry to make  interim recommendations regarding the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme, in light of the delay of Module 4, and the substantial impact this is having on the Covid-19 vaccine injured and bereaved.

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