The Director at Oracle, Joel Kallman who designed CDC’s Vaccine Tracking System is dead two months after taking the COVID-19 vaccine shot.
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Joel R. Kallman was Senior Director of Software Development for Oracle’s Server Technologies division at Oracle America, Inc. He was responsible for the development and product management of Oracle Application Express. Joel had been at Oracle since 1996 and is the co-creator of Oracle Application Express.
Back in 1999, @mikehichwa1 and I "programmed" the very first APEX application. There was no Builder. We did this with INSERT statements.— Joel R. Kallman (@joelkallman) March 26, 2021
Think of that, the next time someone complains about usability. 😬
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.”
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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.
Mr. Kallman received his first injection of experimental COVID-19 vaccine on March 26, according to his Twitter page. It’s unclear whether it was Pfizer or Moderna.
The Oracle APEX Twitter account retweeted Mr. Kallman two days later, advertising how they created the v-safe platform.
Mr. Kallman passed away on May 25. He is survived by his wife of 27 years and their 16-year-old son.
Oracle APEX tweeted on May 27 that Mr. Kallman “passed away from COVID-19” omitting out that he had a vaccine shot just months earlier.
We're heartbroken to share that Joel Kallman has passed away from Covid-19 on May 25th. He was 54.— Oracle APEX (@OracleAPEX) May 27, 2021
Joel's warmth and enthusiasm touched countless across the globe. We miss him dearly.
We invite you to share your memories: https://t.co/xTKGi7AAXo#orclapex @joelkallman pic.twitter.com/3kzF4nQxoA
Earlier, well known Indian actor and the Tamilnadu state’s ambassador for creating public health messages passed away a day after he received the COVID-19 vaccine.
His vaccination was at a public event with TV channels carrying photographs of him taking the shot. As the cardiac arrest happened less than 24 hours after the inoculation, there were questions raised whether he died due to the side-effects of the vaccine.
As experimental COVID vaccines have been fast tracked with secret agreements by govts to protect the pharma companies from liabilities, the US government paid over $57 million in compensation for vaccine injuries and deaths till March 2020 alone.
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