People harmed by the Covid vaccine have been paid out more than £5million in damages.
Almost 4,000 claims relating to the jab were made under the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme which provides a one-off £120,000 payment.
The NHS said 44 claims had been successful so far but 2,947 are still awaiting a verdict.
Alexandra Kelly got £120,000 after her mum Anthea, 71, died with pneumonitis, an inflammation of the lung following her AstraZeneca jab in January 2021.
But Alexandra, 49, branded the damages scheme a “shambles”, with hundreds of other claims rejected or in limbo.
Claire Hibbs was refused a payout 18 months after claiming. She was hospitalised for nearly a month with blood clotting following an AstraZeneca jab.