Insurance Council coy about mRNA Covid jabs
The Insurance Council of Australia has dodged questions about experimental Covid gene therapy vaccinations affecting life insurance and other health related policies.
Cairns News specifically asked the council twice if existing or new policies would be affected by the mRNA shot but the council did not answer instead directing us to a phone number.
United States news agencies have reported that the experimental gene therapy shot manufactured by the big four, Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca has been voiding insurance policies due to the VAERS reported excessive death and injury rates.
If a patient is insured before getting a shot, then the policy becomes void afterwards. Those seeking new cover have to answer a question about their intentions of getting a jab and if so they are warned their policy would be cancelled because the mRNA gene therapy shots are experimental.
The ICA website is non-specific about plandemics and has covered itself with this waffle:
Insurance is intended to cover the unexpected. Insurers may introduce embargoes on the sale of new policies when events such as pandemics and natural disasters are considered likely to impact, or are impacting, a community or geographic area.
If a risk situation is known or imminent, then the probability of that risk occurring and therefore a claim being lodged is very high.
Not all insurers use embargoes. Australia has a highly competitive insurance market, and at any one time some insurers may not have implemented an embargo.
Embargoes are usually in place for a short time until the event passes or the insurer is able to reassess the risks.
For information on embargoes: http://understandinsurance.com.au/when-should-you-purchase-insurance
Best of luck if you want life insurance these days.