BREAKING: Vaccine Side Effects Filled The Hospitals Alarmingly! [WATCH]

The number of side effects of the C-19 vaccine in Germany is higher than the originally reported by the authorities.

One analysis made by a major health insurance provider emphasized.

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The survey included over 10.9 million policyholders and was undertaken by BKK Provita after the company observed “diagnoses that indicate side effects of vaccinations,” reads a report by Welt.de.

BKK’s data is derived from health providers who used medical diagnoses codes stating C-19 vaccine-related health effects: ‘’ T88.0 (infection after vaccination/sepsis after vaccination), T88.1 (other complications after vaccination, skin rash after vaccination), Y59.9 (complications due to Vaccines or biologically active substances) and U12.9 (Adverse reactions to the use of Covid‐19 vaccines).’’

The report emphasized a staggering 216.695 BKK policyholders were treated for vaccine side effects from the beginning of 2021 to the mid of the third quarter. Total of 7.5 months.

“Our analysis shows that we are dealing with significant under-reporting,” says BKK CEO Andreas Schöfbeck.

Schöfbeck continues, “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,” he adds.

“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,” he says.

A letter from Schöfbeck to Paul Ehrlich Institute President Klaus Cichutek titled, “Strong warning signal for coded vaccination side effects after corona vaccination,” tells the federal agency the reports are “a significant alarm signal that must be taken into account when the vaccines are used further.”

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