A woman whose fiancé died after having the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine has called for "struggling" families to be added to a government damages scheme.
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Vikki Spit from Alston, Cumbria, said she felt "abandoned" following the death of musician partner Zion in May.
Only people left severely disabled due to government-recommended vaccines are eligible for a £120,000 payment.
A Department of Health spokesperson said funding was available for "additional support".
Applications can also be made on behalf of someone who has died after becoming severely disabled.
Zion, who was a singer in a rock band, suffered from an "excruciating" headache eight days after his injection, his fiancée said.
He died in Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary.
The 48-year-old's interim fact-of-death certificate lists complications of the vaccine as a possible factor, and an inquest is due to be held.
Ms Spit, 38, said her household income had "massively dropped" since her partner's death, and applied to the scheme for support in June but had heard nothing more.
She said people who should have been "looked after" had instead been "left in the dark feeling like another statistic".
"For me, I don't know if I will get anything because it very clearly says about disability. It doesn't say anything about being killed by a vaccine, so I don't know," she said.
The couple, who performed together in the band Spit Like This, were due to get married last month having postponed plans in 2020 due to the pandemic.