According to federal government records and video footage obtained by National File, the U.S. federal government is tracking unvaccinated people when they go to the doctor’s office or hospital.
The surveillance program was reportedly implemented by the CDC and was designed to “track people who are not immunized or only partially immunized” to COVID-19.
National File explained:
A bombshell piece of information was revealed at the September 14-15, 2021 virtual Zoom meeting of the federal government’s ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee (which includes representatives from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, known as CMS, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Health Statistics). At the meeting, the Committee discussed new categories of “ICD-10” codes that the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) wanted to create to mark people as “Unvaccinated for COVID-19,” “Partially Vaccinated for COVID-19” and “Other underimmunization status.”
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The ICD-10 coding system was created by the World Health Organization (WHO) and doctors are required to use it to categorize different kinds of patients. The ICD-10 codes are preserved in a patient’s electronic health record and used byinsurance companies for billing purposes. The CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics maintains the ICD-10 codes. Within ICD-10 codes, there is a category known as “ICD-10-CM” codes (which are reportedly used by the CDC for tracking purposes), and this “CM” category includes the new “Unvaccinated for COVID-19” category and also the “Partially Vaccinated For COVID-19” category and the “other underimmunization status” category.
The Committee made it clear that the new codes would be used to “track” unvaccinated people. At the time of the meeting, people who had adverse reactions to a past vaccine would still be categorized as unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, even if they are physically unable to get more vaccines or boosters.
National File tweeted footage of David Berglund, ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee staffer, discussing the new codes.
“I can do the topic under immunization for COVID-19 status if that is all right let me move to that next,” Berglund said.
“We have had some interest in coding people who are not immunized for COVID-19 let me display this in your topic packet on page 194.”
In the video, Berglund presents the Topic Packet.
It states: “During the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, immunizations have provided protections for many people, but there is interest in being able to track people who are not immunized or only partially immunized. At the current time, this is a significant modifiable risk factor for morbidity and mortality, and of interest for clinical reasons, as well as of value for public health.”
“NCHS is proposing creation of codes for unvaccinated for COVID-19, and for partially vaccinated for COVID-19.”
The Topic Packet states: “Early implementation is proposed on April 1, 2022, and comments are requested by October 15, 2021.”
CDC Plot To Track The Unvaccinated Revealed At September 2021 ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee Meeting pic.twitter.com/0E5AaCmDAm
— National File (@NationalFile) February 1, 2023
National File Senior Reporter Patrick Howley shared the scoop via Twitter.
“National File has obtained the government video they do NOT want you to see!” he stated.
BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: The Federal Government Is TRACKING Unvaccinated People Who Go To The Doctor and to the Hospital, Due to CDC-Designed Surveillance Program.
National File has obtained the government video they do NOT want you to see!https://t.co/wEiUlzj6uk
— Patrick Howley (@HowleyReporter) February 1, 2023
EXCLUSIVE: The Federal Government Is Tracking Unvaccinated People Who Go To The Doctor And To The Hospital Due to CDC-Designed Surveillance Program – National File https://t.co/jyS2yrNyOY
— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) February 2, 2023
Read the full National File report HERE.
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