Officials and internal documents from the pro-jab Gavi organization say that tens of millions of illegal aliens will probably not be forced to take Fauci Flu shots because several major drug manufacturers are concerned about the legal ramifications if harmful side effects occur.
It turns out that only non-citizens have recourse under the law when it comes to vaccine adverse events. Actual citizens, contrarily, have no legal route to justice in the event that they suffer serious injuries or death post-injection.
As it currently stands, the bulk of Chinese Virus shots have been distributed to developed countries. Low-income countries have barely been jabbed at all – and probably never will be.
The average poor country, it is being reported, has about a 7 percent injection rate. Far-left enclaves like Vermont, on the other hand, are almost entirely vaccinated.
The excuse being given by the corporate media for this disparity is that “production problems” are making it difficult for the shots to reach the third world. “Hoarding by rich countries” is another excuse.
There is also widespread vaccine “hesitancy” in the third world, and governments there appear to be backing off on the injection push in response.
Illegals now have more health freedom rights than you do
While pretty much the entire Western world has granted legal immunity to vaccine manufacturers for adverse events, migrants who travel across borders from their home countries can still technically sue if they become injured due to the injections.
“Many COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers have required that countries indemnify them for any adverse events suffered by individuals as a result of the vaccines, the United Nations says,” reported Reuters. “When governments are not in control, that is not possible.”
“The concerns affect people, such as those displaced by the Myanmar, Afghanistan and Ethiopian crisis, who are beyond the reach of national governments’ vaccination schemes.”
This also applies to “migrants” from south of the border who flood their way into the United States. In addition to receiving lots of free stuff, these people are not subject to the same jab mandates as legal U.S. citizens.
A global program called COVAX set up a “Humanitarian Buffer” program to offer the shots to illegals. However, there is no mechanism for compensation in the event of injury or death, which leaves the vaccine industry vulnerable to lawsuits.
Because of this, it is unlikely that there will ever be a mandate for illegals, who will instead simply be encouraged to take the jabs – or not, if they would rather not destroy their natural immune systems.
“Gavi, which operates COVAX with the World Health Organization (WHO), says that where those applying for doses, mainly NGOs, can’t bear legal risks, deliveries from that stockpile can only be made if vaccine-makers accept liability,” Reuters further explains.
“The companies that are willing to do so under these circumstances provide only a minority of the programme’s vaccines, according to people familiar with the matter and the documents, written by Gavi staff for a board meeting starting at the end of November.”
Due to all these legal barriers and lack of manufacturer immunity from litigation, only about two million doses of covid vaccine have been sent from the Humanitarian Buffer. Meanwhile, upwards of 167 million illegals and migrants are likely to never face a jab mandate.
“Unless all the firms accept legal liability, ‘access to vaccines for some populations will remain a challenge,’ the Gavi documents say, adding that new crises will generate additional demand to cover displaced populations,” confirmed Reuters.
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