We are the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Covid-19 Vaccine Damage.

Despite millions doing the right thing by being vaccinated against Covid-19, those who have suffered life-changing injuries or bereavement from the vaccines are being left behind. Experience shows that the UK needs bespoke legislation and care arrangements to provide timely redress to those who have suffered or been bereaved.

The APPG has therefore been formed to:

  • ensure scrutiny of the safety profile of Covid-19 vaccinations;
  • provide a forum for those harmed or bereaved from Covid-19 vaccinations and review financial arrangements available to them; and
  • ensure that the health services respond and provide care to those who have continuing conditions caused by Covid-19 vaccinations.


The APPG held its inaugural meeting on 13 July 2022 in Portcullis House of the House of Commons.

The elected Chair is Sir Christopher Chope OBE MP. The APPG brings together a wealth of experience from across the political divide.

You can read about some of the people involved with the APPG here: People. These MPs and others raise issues relating to the objectives of the APPG in Parliament.

The APPG meets periodically to further its purposes by hosting external speakers on relevant topics and by providing a forum for those adversely affected by Covid-19 vaccinations. For details of past and future events, please see the Events page.