Die Fackel 2.0
In a surprising move earlier this week, the Swiss Federal Health Agency (Bundesgesundheitsamt, BAG) declared (my translation, emphases):
In general, no Covid-19 vaccination is recommended in spring/summer 2023. Persons who are particularly at risk may receive vaccination after individual clarification [with their GP]…
Almost all persons in Switzerland are vaccinated and/or have undergone Covid-19. Their immune system has dealt with the coronavirus accordingly. In spring/summer 2023, the virus will probably circulate less. The current virus variants also cause rather mild disease. For autumn 2023, the vaccination recommendation will be evaluated again and adjusted accordingly.
… Moreover, further particulars are revealing:
Compensation for vaccination damage by the Swiss Confederation is only possible in the case of vaccinations that were recommended or ordered by the authorities. Compensation, however, may only be granted by the Swiss Confederation if the damage is not covered elsewhere (‘subsidiary liability’). [line break added]
This means that a vaccine-injured person is only entitled to compensation if the damage has not already been covered, for example, by the vaccine manufacturer (product liability), the medical doctor administering vaccination (medical liability) or an insurance company (social or private insurance).