Here’s an estimated amount that we, the taxpayer paid, for the non-pandemic:
A report released yesterday by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) offers yet another review of lessons from the federal government’s response to the H1N1 influenza pandemic while detailing how the government spent, and is still spending, $6.15 billion that was appropriated for the response.
And this is the amount we, the taxpayer paid , to build new flu shot factories:
The price-tag for federal investments in new flu vaccine technology has been difficult to get a handle on, but yesterday in a review for Congress the Government Accountability Office (GAO) put the number at $2.1 billion since fiscal year 2005.
What if we’d paid this much toward bio-medical treatments for vaccine injured children and adults? How much did we pay for vaccine injuries, such as seizures and miscarriages, and how much will we pay for life time autoimmune and neurological illnesses?
Oh….I guess they won’t be calculating those costs.
Afterall, who wants to know?