The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) removed “COVID vaccine” as the cause of death on a number of Minnesota death certificates, an anonymous tipster alleged.
The tipster, who has remained anonymous for safety reasons, obtained a complete set of Minnesota death certificates from 2015.
As PJ Media reports:
“Aaron Hertzberg’s deeply detailed report digs deep into the federal bureaucratic requirements involved in filling out local death certificates all over the country.
The extremely short version is that while local coroners fill out death certificates with the cause or causes of death (CoD), the CDC later applies an International Classification of Diseases (ICD 10) code.
ICD has an alphanumeric code for everything from “Fall involving ice skates, skis, roller-skates, or skateboards” to “Florida Man got drunk and tried to kiss a barracuda.”
“The critical thing to keep in mind is that the person filling out the death certificate writes a text description of the CoDs but doesn’t assign the ICD 10 codes for the CoDs,” explains Hertzberg.
The application is typically made by a “secret algorithm,” but there is “a tiny percentage of cases adjudicated by CDC staff when the algorithm is unable to confidently assign an ICD code.”
The ICD 10 code T88.1 is the CoD for “Other complications following immunization, not elsewhere classified,” and the Y59.0 is for “Viral vaccines.”
“There are three death certificates in the MN tranche that contain either T88.1 or Y59.0. One is for a flu vaccine reaction, and – surprisingly – the other two are for a covid vaccine.”
The tipster found that CDC removed or refused to add the T88.1 or Y59.0 IDC codes from Minnesota death certificates, indicating someone died due to the COVID vaccine.
“In almost every death certificate that identifies a covid vaccine as a cause of death,” Hertzberg concluded.
“The CDC committed data fraud by not assigning the ICD 10 code for vaccine side effects to the causes of death listed on the death certificate.”
While Hertzberg’s report lists only nine altered death certificates, the takeaway from this story is the lengths to which public officials go to alter the narrative and squash any dissent.
As Hertzberg concluded in the report:
“Finally, the actions of the CDC call into question whether the CDC is altogether qualified or trustworthy enough to be the steward of the nation’s epidemiological data.”
“The CDC manages many of the datasets that underpin whole fields of study. If the CDC is willing to fraudulently alter data (or even if the CDC is just too incompetent to avoid corrupting data), all data under the aegis of the CDC is potentially suspect, especially if it relates to a controversial political or social issue. The implications of this are disturbing, to say the least.”