Disinfo: Insurance companies do not pay compensation in the event of death of persons vaccinated against COVID-19


Insurance companies are holding back pressure from their clients (or relatives of deceased clients) by trying to prove that negatives and deaths caused by COVID vaccines are not covered by standard insurance policies.

Oddly enough, insurers tend to classify deaths after injections with COVID vaccines as ... suicides. Deaths of this kind do not belong to classical insured events (death due to illness, accident, etc.) and indemnifications are not paid for such cases.


Recurring disinformation narratives about COVID-19 and vaccination.

This claim circulated in American and French Social Media space and it was already denied by the French Insurers' Association and earlier by the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI). “The fact is that life insurers do not consider whether or not a policyholder has received a COVID vaccine when deciding whether to pay a claim. Life insurance policy contracts are very clear on how policies work, and what cause, if any, might lead to the denial of a benefit. A vaccine for COVID-19 is not one of them”, it is said in the ACLI’s communiqué.

Read more about vaccination narratives in our reviews here and here.


  • Reported in: Issue 272
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 04/02/2022
  • Article language(s) Russian
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: Moldova, France, US
  • Keywords: vaccination


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