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(LifeSiteNews) — The chairman of the board of a large German health insurance provider was fired for sounding the alarm on COVID-19 vaccine adverse events last week.

Andreas Schöfbeck, now-former chairman of the board of German health insurer BKK ProVita, raised concerns over data indicating an excessive underreporting by government authorities of adverse events following experimental COVID-19 gene-based vaccine injections.

He addressed his findings in a formal letter to the government’s Paul-Ehrlich-Institut (PEI), which had reported earlier this year that there were 244,576 suspected cases of side effects from the gene-based injections in 2021.

“The data available to our company gives us reason to believe that there is a very considerable under-recording of suspected cases of vaccination side effects after [patients] received the [COVID-19] vaccine,” wrote Schöfbeck.

But during a Tuesday meeting of BKK ProVita’s board of directors, Schöfbeck was accused of spreading misinformation and false numbers and was dismissed without notice.

German journalist Tim Röhn reported on Twitter that “the dismissal was preceded by a discussion lasting several hours on Tuesday morning, during which Schöfbeck himself spoke at length and defended his warning letters to PEI [and others] and asked to be able to keep the job he started in 2001.”

Following his dismissal, Schönbeck was unable to attend a meeting scheduled with PEI’s president Klaus Cichutek on the same day.

Since the publication of Schöfbeck’s letter to the PEI, the German health ministry has at least on one occasion actively tried to dismiss his findings.

Answering journalists at a Tuesday press conference, a ministry spokesperson claimed that some of the data used in his analysis did not meet the legal definition of the ICD (International Classification of Diseases) for vaccine adverse events.

This, however, directly contradicted what Schöfbeck indicated in his letter when he wrote that the analysis “includes the valid ICD codes for vaccination side effects.”

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Neither did the German health ministry clarify which of the ICD codes used in Schöfbeck’s analysis did not match the definition for vaccine adverse advents.

According to German news website, these codes were also clearly cited in a February 25 press release by BKK ProVita.

The insurance company has since removed the press release from its homepage.

Some have speculated that the argument of the ICD codes, as well as Schöfbeck’s dismissal from BKK ProVita, are nothing but feeble attempts to discredit his findings, which are too incriminating for the parties involved.