Health Insurance Company Board Member Sounds Alarm On SHOCKING, Unreported Real Number Of COVID Vaccine Side Effects

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A major German health insurance company, BBK ProVita, reviewed data on vaccine reactions from 10.9 million covered people. What they discovered startled one board member so much that he decided to speak out about the true scope of vaccination danger throughout the community.

In a story by German daily Die Welt, BKK board member Andreas Schöfbeck describes the new statistics as “alarming.”

The original German source of the reporting may be found here.

The Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) has identified roughly 245,000 vaccine adverse effects by the end of 2021. However, the true number of adverse effects is likely to be far greater. At least, that’s what the findings of a study conducted by the health insurance company BBK ProVita, according to Die Welt.

According to Schöfbeck, a BBK board member, the data gathering depicts a very different image from the Ministry of Health estimates.

From January to August 2021, for example, around 217,000 of just under 11 million BBK policyholders had to be treated for vaccination side effects – while the Paul Ehrlich Institute keeps only 244,576 side effect reports based on 61.4 million vaccinated.

According to our calculations, we consider 400,000 doctor visits by our insureds due to vaccination complications to date to be realistic,” Schöfbeck told Die Welt.

Extrapolated to the total population, this figure would be three million.”

Thus, the number of vaccine side effects would be more than 1,000 percent higher than the PEI reports.

Schöfbeck cites the reporting system as the main explanation for the massive discrepancy. Physicians often have to report vaccination side effects in their spare time – a time-consuming activity that then goes unpaid. “It is simply impossible to report everything.”

With his analysis, Schöfbeck turned to a wide range of institutions – from the German Medical Association and the StiKo to the Paul Ehrlich Institute itself. He said the figures were a “strong alarm signal” that “absolutely must be taken into account in the further use of vaccines.

His figures could be validated by the same data analyses of other health insurance companies, he says. It is “ethically wrong not to talk about it.

Since “danger to human life cannot be ruled out,” he set a deadline of 6 p.m. Tuesday to respond to his letter. As this passed, they turned to the public.

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Jacques MerdeD
Jacques Merde
2 years ago

Nothing to see here, folks… (Smfh)

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2 years ago

Yeah but, if the real numbers would be told some people wouldn’t want to risk getting the shot or booster. That was the main concern. Not if it would save lives.