Major German newspaper Welt published an interview with Andreas Schöfbeckfn a Board Member for Bavarian Insurer BKK Provita who have 120,000 members. It is part of BKK Insurers, a much larger consortium affiliated with other German companies which in total has 10.9 million members.

Schöfbeck analysed data of millions of insured individuals in the group. His results concluded the Covid-19 “vaccine” side effects are far greater than is being reported by the German Federal Agency and Medical Regulatory Body – the Paul Ehrlich Institutefn (PEI).

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.”

German newspaper Weltfn reported: “the joint data pool of all BKK health insurance funds was used according to the diagnosis codes T88.0 (post-vaccination infection/sepsis post-vaccination), T88.1 (other post-vaccination complications, skin rash post-vaccination), Y59.9 (complications due to vaccines or biologically active substances) and U12.9 (Adverse reactions to the use of Covid‐19 vaccines).”

BKK Patient with T88.0
Post-vaccination infection/sepsis post-vaccination

Graph for Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Press Release
Graph for Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Provita

BKK Patients with T88.1
Other Post-Vaccination Complications, skin rash post-vaccination

Graph only Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Press Release
Graph only Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Provita

BKK Patients with Y59.9
Complications due to Vaccines or Biologically Active Substances.

Graph for Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Press Release
Graph for Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Provita

BKK Patients with U12.9
Undesirable Side effects when using Covid-19 Vaccines, Unspecified.

Graph for Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Press Release
Graph for Q1 and Q2 in 2021: BKK Provita

From the beginning of 2021 to the middle of the 3Q, 216,695 BKK policyholders were treated for vaccine side effects. 7,665 cases of complications from other vaccines were excluded. The statistics did not include any multiple treatments of insured persons, they calculated one per patient.

By comparison, Welt noted that up to the reporting date of Dec. 31, 2021, PEI “only recorded 61.4 million vaccinated people, with 244,576 adverse reaction reportsfn triggered by COVID-19 vaccines.”

Schöfbeck remarked that the data he and his team evaluated covered only 10.9 million policyholders and just seven and a half months yet the vaccination campaign in Germany has been active for 14 months. Schöfbeck explained:

“Our analysis shows that we are dealing with a clear underreporting. According to our calculations, we consider 400,000 visits to the doctor by our policyholders because of vaccination complications to be realistic to this day. Extrapolated to the total population, this value would be three million.”

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.”

Schöfbeck approached various institutions with his findings, including the German Medical Association, the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds, and the Standing Vaccination Commission.

Letter to PEI President Paul Cichutek

Additionally, in a letterfn to PEI President Paul Cichutek (Feb 21, 2022) Schöfbeck explained the figures seen are “a significant alarm signal that must be taken into account when the vaccines are used further.”

The sample is taken from anonymised database included 10,937,716 insured persons. So far, the doctors’ billing data for the first half of 2021 and about half for the 3Q of 2021.”

Based on the available figures, he extrapolates there are 216,695 treated cases of vaccination side effects after vaccination from this sample. If those figures extrapolated for the year as a whole to the population in Germany. It is likely 2.5-3 million people have received medical treatment because of side effects of vaccination.

A significant alarm signal must be considered when the vaccines are used again. In our opinion, the figures can be validated relatively easily and at short notice by asking the other types of insurance (AOKen) to evaluate the data available. 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.

As reported by Welt, Schöfbeck reiterates in the letter that it is the opinion of the board there is significant under-reporting of COVID-19 “vaccine” side effects. He emphasizes the importance of identifying the causes of this.

“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.”

His letter concludes: “This means that 3 million suspected cases of vaccination side effects require around 1.5 million working hours for doctors. That would be almost the annual workload of 1,000 doctors.”

Update: 25th Feb 2022

BKK Press Release

In a press releasefn published Friday 25th Feb 2022 BKK ProVita sort to further cement its concern in the rise of side effects to the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) – the agency that reports to the German Federal Minstry of Health.

BKK Provita re-iterated it would like to “encourage all health insurance companies with the legal mandate to follow their example and evaluate their own databases in an appropriate manner for the benefit of insured persons.”

“...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.”

Update 1st March 2022

BKK Provita Board Terminate Schöfbeck's Career

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.

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