Welt, a major German newspaper, just ran an interview with Andreas Schofbeck, a board member for a Bavarian insurer called BKK Provita.
By itself, BKK Provita has 120,000 members. But it is a much larger consortium of so-called BKK insurers that are affiliated with German companies and collectively have 10.9 million members.
Here’s how Schofbeck described the claims in the BKK database, according to one of the reporters who interviewed him:
The “PEI numbers” are the official German data; the Paul Ehrlich Institute is the German agency that regulates vaccines and medicines.
More to come on this, no doubt.