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Board member of major German health insurer fired after revelations about jab side effects

FWM reported this week that a major German health insurer revealed that the number of side effects from the Covid-19 vaccines has been vastly underreported. BKK ProVita board member Andreas Schöfbeck spoke of an "alarming signal" and called for more research. But his honesty came with a hefty price tag.

Published: March 3, 2022, 6:23 am

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    Andreas Schöfbeck has estimated that in Germany up to 3 million people have been treated for side effects that occurred after the jab. This concerns 31 000 people who have died and 412 000 who experienced serious side effects, for which they had to go to hospital.

    Through a data analysis, he revealed a substantial underreporting (91,8 percent), as data analyst Daniël van der Tuin pointed out on Twitter.

    It remains to be seen whether any investigation will be forthcoming because Schöfbeck has been fired. He has been on the board of BKK ProVita for 21 years. He told the German newspaper Die Welt that he felt obliged to his policyholders. Schöfbeck has been stunned by the turn of events.

    It would be “unethical not to release the data”, Schöfbeck told Die Welt.

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