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Many people have been diagnosed as vaccine-injured after a Covid-19 vaccination. Some have received compensation from the UK Government, but others have not had their personal adverse reactions recognised - even thought he vaccine has changed their lives and caused them major trauma. Wayne is one of these people. He kindly agreed to tell us his story so that others may be aware of the dangers of vaccine adverse reactions. UK Column’s nursing correspondent, Debi Evans, and Brian Gerrish spoke to Wayne about his experiences of living with his vaccine adverse reactions.