The policy also includes a provision to pay compensation of up to $600,000 if hospitalisation is necessary due to injuries or health issues from vaccine.
The government website states that in order to claim the costs, relatives will have to provide
the deceased’s death certificate or medical cause of death certificate
proof that you’re acting on behalf of the deceased
proof of any funeral costs and who paid, like receipts
proof of any amounts you got or will get from third parties, like funeral insurance
proof of the deceased’s partner and children dependent on the earnings of the deceased at the time of death, if applicable.
The policy also contains advice on “How to calculate payments and funeral costs,” advising claimants that “You need to show your actual costs for the funeral. Remember to deduct any amounts you got or will get from third parties.”
The police also states that “One of the fantastic things about the scheme is that you can make a claim online seeking reimbursement for expenses or compensation for your injury without the need to involve a lawyer or commence formal legal proceedings.”
As we previously highlighted, Australia initiated perhaps the most draconian restrictions in the world during the pandemic:
In some cases, unvaccinated parents in Western Australia were not allowed to visit their own sick children in hospital, with news anchors celebrating the rule as an excellent way of forcing the unvaxxed to ‘change their philosophy’.
Australia’s chief pharmacist Trent Twomey announced that the public “just need to accept” they will have to take regular vaccine booster shots every six months and continue wearing masks for “many years” to come.
In some areas of the country, citizens were mandated to provide geo-trackable selfies to police to prove they were staying at home during lockdowns.
The country also built COVID quarantine camps for “ongoing operations,” that saw those inside confined to mobile homes and watched 24/7 by guards.
**By Steve Watson