Joel Kallman, Oracle Software Developer who Designed CDC Vaccine Tracking System, Is Dead 2 Months after Taking RNA Vaccine

June 4, 2021 in News by RBN Staff

source:  needtoknownews

Joel Kallman, 54, led the team that created Oracle APEX that streamlines processes to utilize simple computing architecture. The CDC teamed up with Oracle APEX, under Mr. Kallman’s leadership, to create the v-safe After Vaccine Health Checker that is a smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging for health check-ins after individuals receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Kallman posted on March 26 that he had gotten his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, but did not indicate whether it was from Pfizer or Moderna. His last tweet was on March 29, and then he disappeared from social media. He died on May 25, 2020. It is ironic that Oracle APEX announced that his cause of death was COVID-19, despite his having been vaccinated against the disease. The  Coronavirus has never been isolated, and therefore, it cannot be proven to cause disease.

Ohio: A 54-year-old husband, father and long-time software developer is dead as mainstream media and big tech desperately try to blame COVID-19.

Mr. Joel Kallman started his career at Oracle in 1996. He was the Senior Director and Vice President of Software Development for the company’s Server Technologies Division.  He led the team that created Oracle APEX, an app development platform that streamlines processes by eliminating complex coding and utilizing simple computing architecture.

The Centers For Disease Control (CDC) teamed up with Oracle APEX, under Mr. Kallman’s leadership, to create the v-safe After Vaccine Health Checker. V-Safe is a “smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccine.” The CDC says in its literature that it calls people who report serious side effects via v-safe and fills out VAERS reports for said people.

All v-safe data are administered and stored on Oracle servers. Becker’s Health IT reported security risks with v-safe back in December. It’s unclear how many Americans are enrolled in the v-safe program. But the CDC reported that 1.6 million people enrolled as of January 13, 2021. A May 4 press release indicated that the system has over 100 million records.

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