Group sues Japan government for lack of Information on COVID Vaccination Hazards

In Japan, a group of citizens is suing the central government, arguing that by keeping the adverse effects of COVID vaccines a secret, the government caused harm to people.

On Wednesday, they submitted their lawsuit to the Tokyo District Court. The 13 plaintiffs are the relatives of 8 individuals who passed away following vaccinations and 5 individuals who asserted that the vaccinations had negatively impacted their health.

The plaintiffs contend that because the government encouraged vaccination through a variety of media outlets while keeping the adverse effects documented by medical facilities a secret, they were unable to learn about the hazards associated with coronavirus vaccinations.

The plaintiffs further assert that insufficient action was taken by the government to assist those whose vaccinations were causing them health problems.

In Japan, a group of citizens is suing the central government, arguing that by keeping the adverse effects of coronavirus vaccines a secret, the government caused harm to people.

On Wednesday, they submitted their lawsuit to the Tokyo District Court. The 13 plaintiffs are the relatives of 8 individuals who passed away following vaccinations and 5 individuals who asserted that the vaccinations had negatively impacted their health.

The plaintiffs contend that because the government encouraged vaccination through a variety of media outlets while keeping the adverse effects documented by medical facilities a secret, they were unable to learn about the hazards associated with coronavirus vaccinations.

At a press conference, Kawano Akiko, whose husband passed away two days after receiving a vaccination, claimed that the government had disregarded the vaccines’ substantial side effects and had not warned the public about them. She continued by saying that media outlets did not adequately report the incident and downplayed the harm. According to Kawano, her spouse must have lost hope, and she wants the government to accept accountability.

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Despite claiming not to have received the complaint, the health ministry declined to respond.

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