Stay Informed

Supporting our UK CV Family and all those injured by the Covid-19 vaccine with our latest advocacy news, research highlights, guest articles, UK CV Family 'wins' and more.


Images© by Chantel & Brian


Picnic in the Park, Cirencester

- commentary by Chantel, UKCVF Volunteer


On an overcast but seemingly bright Sunday in September, Caroline organised and hosted our second UK CV Family Picnic in the Park. Held at the beautiful Abbey Grounds in Cirencester, it was truly wonderful to meet new friends and see awareness being raised about our injuries.


It was brilliant watching Caroline chat with the public as they learned about Covid-19 Vaccine Injuries and the effects they have had on our members, and their fight to be recognised.


Even though I was only there for part of the event, I could see the difference that was being made.

I find that since the Covid lockdowns began and especially after my Covid-19 Vaccine Injury, I have spent many of my days hidden away, isolated. If it weren't for our UK CV Family and the comfort found within, knowing that I am not alone in my experience, I would have found this journey insurmountable. As such, I worry for those that don't have the understanding and support of a group like ours.


Whether someone is pro-Covid Vaccine or anti, others need to know that there is support via our group, support that is non-political, biased or has an agenda; And most of all, like those in our UK CV Family support group, to know that they are not alone.


Commentary posted initially on our Facebook support page and edited for our blog.


 

Find out more about Caroline's CVARS Guide:

The Covid Vaccine Adverse Reaction Survival Guide can help "If you’re dealing with a range of complicated and confusing health problems following a Covid vaccination." Caroline's CVARS Guide is also "essential reading for anyone providing personal or professional support to someone who is dealing with an adverse reaction".


For further information about Caroline, the CVARS Guide and how to order, please click here or use the 'Resources' link in the menu.

Need support, or are you interested in offering yours?

If you are based in the UK and have been injured after receiving your Covid-19 vaccine, you can reach us by email at enquiries@ukcvfamily.org or visit us on our Facebook page.


UK CV Family is run by Covid-19 vaccine-injured volunteers living in the UK. We need your help to keep our group going and raise awareness to support our UK CV Family members and others affected by the Covid-19 vaccines. If you would like to offer support, we accept donations via GoFundMe using this link https://gofund.me/2d72aac8.


Thank you, we are truly grateful for any help you can provide.

Updated: Sep 9

In episode 9, Charlet and Caroline talk with Brianne Dressen. Bree was injured during the trials and experienced total isolation from being injured so early on. The three talk about the connections being injured creates. But also, they stress the need for us to balance helping our community with looking after ourselves.


"The connections that we've been able to make are some of the most beautiful connections I could have imagined - it's like a family' - Brianne Dressen, Injured COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial participant and founder of react19.org, a long COVID and vaccine adverse events research organisation.

For more information on Bree and React-19, their website is available at https://react19.org.


The videos for episodes nine and ten are available below and can be shared with your friends on social media by linking to our page here: htpps://ukcvfamily.org/ukcvfamily-episodes-9-and-10-visit-with-brianne-dressen. Alternatively, the links to YouTube and Twitter can be used on your preferred sharing platform:


Links to episode nine -


UKCVFamily - Episode 9, At the end of the day, it's all just PANTS!



In 'Episode 10, Disconnect to Reconnect', Charlet and Caroline talk about feeling disconnected to ourselves and the world around us, the things that make us feel connected again, and venture into thoughts on hormones, menopause, sore lady bits cream, and pants (of course!).


Links to Episode ten -


UKCVFamily - Episode 10, Disconnect to Reconnect



If you are based in the UK and have been injured after receiving your Covid-19 Vaccine, you can reach us by email at enquiries@ukcvfamily.org or visit us on our Facebook page.


UK CV Family is run by Covid-19 vaccine-injured volunteers living in the UK. We need your help to keep our group going and raise awareness to support all of our UK CV injured family members and others affected by the Covid-19 Vaccines. If you want to offer support, we accept donations via GoFundMe using this link: https://gofund.me/2d72aac8.


Thank you, we are truly grateful for any help you can provide.

Updated: Sep 9

Caroline Pover - UK CV Family Member, entrepreneur, advocate and award-winning author has a new video available. Taken from a chat with React-19, Caroline introduces us to her 5* recommended CVARS Guide. If you are unsure how it can help, the following video introduction goes into further detail on the CVARS Guide.


"A framework for how to organise your own healing, your own recovery, your own research" - Caroline Pover, fierce wordsmith and philanthropist.

Caroline's CVARS Guide interview is available below and on Odysee. The interview can also be shared directly using the following link:



Find out more about Caroline's CVARS Guide

The Covid Vaccine Adverse Reaction Survival Guide can help "If you’re dealing with a range of complicated and confusing health problems following a Covid vaccination." Caroline's CVARS Guide is also "essential reading for anyone providing personal or professional support to someone dealing with an adverse reaction."


For further information about Caroline, the CVARS Guide and how to order, please click here or use the 'Resources' link in the menu.


All purchases of the CVARS Guide through our Amazon link here or on the CVARS Guide page helps to support our group.

Need support, or are you interested in offering yours?

If you are based in the UK and have been injured after receiving your Covid-19 vaccine, you can reach us by email at enquiries@ukcvfamily.org or visit us on our Facebook page.


UK CV Family is run by Covid-19 vaccine-injured volunteers living in the UK. We need your help to keep our group going and raise awareness so that we can support all of our UK CV Family members and others affected by the Covid-19 vaccines. If you would like to offer support, we accept donations via GoFundMe using this link: https://gofund.me/2d72aac8.


Thank you, we are truly grateful for any help you can provide.