The “safe” Covid vaccine narrative is imploding. The German company health insurance companies (BKK) are shocking when evaluating the data of their insured persons high numbers of vaccine side effects stumbled: These are in clear contradiction to the small amounts of suspected side effects published by the Paul Ehrlich Institute.
While the PEI assumes 244,576 “suspected cases of vaccination side effects” after the Covid shot in 2021, the health insurance data speak a different language: the sample of the BKKs only includes almost 11 million insured persons and contains data from only around 2.5 quarters of the year 2021. Nevertheless, 216,695 patients have already been treated here for side effects after the corona vaccination.
So these patients were so bad after their Covid vaccination that they went to see a doctor. This in turn used a corresponding ICD code for vaccination side effects when billing – considered the Covid shot as the cause of the symptoms ergo as probable to certain. The claim that the Covid vaccines only lead to side effects in rare cases and if they did, in most cases they were only very slight and consisted only of pain at the injection site, for example, loses all basis at this point.
The board of directors of BKK ProVita, Andreas Schöfbeck, has written a letter to PEI President Paul Cichutek in which he explains:
If these figures are extrapolated to the year as a whole and to the population in Germany, probably 2.5-3 million people in Germany received medical treatment because of vaccination side effects after corona vaccination.
Extrapolated to the number of vaccinated people in Germany, this means that around 4-5% of the vaccinated people were in medical treatment because of vaccination side effects.
Schöfbeck sees the data as a “significant warning signal” that “must be taken into account when using the vaccines further”. The numbers of the BKK could be validated relatively quickly and easily by evaluating other types of health insurance. He notes that there is apparently a significant underreporting of vaccination side effects. On the one hand, he attributes this to the high bureaucratic effort involved in reporting to the PEI and, on the other hand, to the fact that doctors do not receive any remuneration for the reports: According to doctors, it takes about half an hour to report a single case of suspected vaccine damage.
Based on the figures, the BKK-ProVita board of directors comes to the conclusion that a danger to human life cannot be ruled out and calls for measures to be taken.
The full letter can be found here: