“The figures we have found are substantial and demand urgent verification.”
So this is a quote from Andreas Schöfbeck, a member of the board of BKK ProVita, which is one of Germany’s publicly regulated health insurers. It’s the conclusion he came to after conducting research looking at actual coded healthcare claims in Germany and found (conservatively), “Schöfbeck says that probably there have been 400,000 clinical consultations by BKK insured ALONE due to vaccine complications. ‘Extrapolated to the total [German] population, the number would be THREE MILLION.’” Schöfbeck’s research found that there have been over 31,000 FATAL vaccination complications in Germany since the beginning of the vaccination campaign.” Those numbers are about 10 TIMES GREATER than the official state numbers. Again, Schöfbeck simply looked at what front-line doctors were entering into the state-run healthcare system for the reasons why people were visiting the doctor. Extrapolated to the U.S. population, that would translate to about 120,000 vaccine deaths, conservatively.
The data examined, by the way, “Represents 10,937,716 German insured, over 13% of the country. The data comprises the first six months of 2021, and about half of the billing records for the third quarter of 2021. This is an EXTREMELY PARTIAL PICTURE of the vaccine side effects, EXCLUDING much of the booster campaign.”
According to Schöfbeck, the data highlights:
“... the figures determined are significant and urgently need to be checked for plausibility. The numbers that resulted from our analysis are very far away from the publicly announced numbers. It would be ETHICALLY WRONG NOT TO TALK ABOUT IT.”
“...its board has had extensive data checks carried out, which take a closer look at the previous vaccination process for Covid-19 vaccinations from a billing point of view. The data basis for our evaluation is the billing data of the doctors.”
"Explaining why this massive under-reporting might be occurring, Schöfbeck names the reporting system as a problem. 'Doctors are not paid to report side effects of vaccinations. At the same time, this process is very time-consuming. It’s simply impossible to report everything.'”
“Our first assumption is that since no remuneration is paid for reporting side effects of vaccinations, the PEI is often not reported because of the great effort involved. Doctors have reported to us that it takes about half an hour to report suspected vaccine damage.”
Schöfbeck’s revelations were of course met with attacks and derision, and a meeting was set up between Germany’s vaccine regulator, the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut [PEI] and BKK ProVita with Andreas Schöfbeck to discuss his findings. OK, let’s try to get to the bottom of this…
BUT THEN, just hours before this meeting was supposed to take place, "The Board of Directors voted 13:3 to dismiss Schöfbeck in a meeting lasting several hours on Tuesday morning (1st March), during which Schöfbeck spoke at length defending his warning letters to the PEI and asked to keep his job, which he had held since 2001." The meeting went on without him…
Do you get it yet?