Only one company, Pfizer, has been granted a license to manufacture and distribute an FDA approved COVID vaccine. Pfizer’s FDA licensed vaccine must be labelled “Comirnaty” and include licensing information. To date, Pfizer has not allowed distribution of “Comirnaty” in the United States.
Liability is not the issue. Regardless of whether or not a vaccine is distributed under full FDA license or Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), the manufacturer still enjoys liability immunity thanks to the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 as well as subsequent legislation further strengthening legal protections for drug makers. Yet there are very important differences when it comes to compensation programs for vaccine related injuries between EUA and FDA licensed products
Here’s what everyone should know:
There are two distinct government administered programs that can pay compensation to individuals for vaccine related injuries or death. The program that administers claims/compensation for an EUA vax is called the “Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program” (CICP).
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