The Codes in America – Big Brother is here

From Betsy Combier:
When I was in high school I read a book with the title Nineteen Eighty-Four about Big Brother, a fictional character who lives in a totalitarian state where every citizen is under constant surveillance by the authorities. We are frighteningly close to the world of Oceania right now.
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If you live in America and got vaccinated against COVID-19 or did not get vaccinated with any of the recognized COVID vaccines, your status is coded in national databases managed by the Center For Disease Control (CDC). Here is one: COVID Data Tracker. Another:
See more on the medical codes below.
If your status is “unvaccinated” this information is available to the criminal justice system and FBI, should an Agent decide to look up your information listed by your social security number. Is the Problem Code sent to the FBI or CJS directly? I believe yes, if there is some kind of alert on your personnel file after you are fingerprinted by the DOE.  We know that the FBI and CJS can get the information by accessing the NYC Department of Education database, any City Agency requiring fingerprinting, and/or medical records. Doctors keep codes as well on any person who is not vaccinated. More about that is below.
My Declaration on the Problem Code and EXHIBIT A, the email sent to a UFT member, Beth Norton and Mike Sill at the UFT, states that the problem code is sent to the FBI and the CJS, and this comes from an Affidavit of Mallory O. Sullivan written in 2018 (Mallory-problem code).  While sources say this is correct, the NYC DOE openly object and deny this information. So, let’s say at minimum, the database with the problem code or flag in all its’ various versions (no hire/inquiry”, “PNOB”, “PC”,”problem”, “Problem Code”, “Ineligible” and possibly others currently being made up) is available to the FBI and CJS. This is just as bad. When an employee with a Problem Code tries to get a job with the NYC DOE or a vendor doing business with the NYC DOE, he/she is unable to get employed due to being ineligible , or not cleared to work, and there are no supporting documents as to why the flag/code was put on the file in the first place.
The Problem Code blocks people from getting paid by the NYC DOE or any vendor doing business with the DOE. Unless you try to get off of it, the Code is permanent. There is a new label VACC NON COMPL“, which means “misconduct” to employers, doctors and administrators either because they implemented new terms of employment mandating vaccines, had these rules in place prior to the pandemic, or were told to put that label on employees by the state or federal government.
What is the standard for the Problem Code? Here it is:
and, my article on
The DOE pays the Guidelines no attention. We have many years of experience dealing with people who found out they had a Problem Code on their personnel file (EIS “Salary History” page) and wanted to remove it. One of the cases were followed was that of Philomena Brennan.  She sued in NY State Supreme Court, and her case was assigned the best Judge on the Court, in my opinion, Judge Alice Schlesinger.  I thought her decisions were fair and she was funny, too. Long story, but I did have a chance to chat with her in her office while on a case. She is now retired, sad to say. Judge Schlesinger ordered the NYC DOE to give the Court the procedures for getting on the Problem Code and how to get off it. DOE Attorney Theresa Europe did not want to give the Court this information, so she took Ms. Brennan off the Code.  It was fascinating to see how much the DOE wanted to hide the rules (if there were any) and how to get off the Code (not easy).
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Of course no parent or employer in the public schools of NYC wants to hire somebody who has been convicted of sexually abusing a child, deliberately harming a child or adult, stealing large sums of money, or defrauding the DOE. The word I want you to focus on is “convicted“. The NYC DOE sadly has their own conviction procedure: if there is an allegation, the person is guilty until proven innocent. See my case with the fake vaccination card allegation. In his Affirmation, Conroy Affirmation, Investigator Gerald Conroy “believed” that all 92 DOE employees who walked in the door of Wild Child Pediatrics in Amityville NY to get the COVID vaccine were deliberately defrauding the DOE and should be taken off salary. So they were. Big mistake. I think it is time for Gerald Conway to retire.
Unfortunately, the DOE puts an employee’s social security number into the Problem Code database for any or no reason. I just finished a 3020-a for a beloved teacher who has worked at the DOE for 27 years, yet was charged with Just Cause for termination because he could not find a $52 receipt for items he bought for the students with the Teacher’s Choice money in 2019. The rule in those situations is that the DOE takes the money out of the employee’s salary. The Principal wanted him removed from the school because she was jealous of his popularity, so she found probable cause that he defrauded the DOE out of $52.00; the Office of Personnel Investigations (OPI) put a Problem Code into his personnel file; and he was charged with 3020-a arbitration. I came up with what I thought was a great idea – the charged employee would write a check for the entire $250 given to him under Teacher’s Choice in the 2019-2020 school year, and send it to the Principal. He did that, donating $198.00 to the school. The principal would not accept it, sent it to the DOE attorney prosecuting him at 3020-a, and the hearing moved forward anyway, on the 2019 missing $52.00. The DOE said they were sending him back his check because “he can’t do that”. In my opinion, the DOE came up with a settlement offer that was extortionary: the DOE would agree to withdraw all charges if he agreed not to sue the DOE. We all agreed the answer was no thanks. He remains on the Problem Code, awaiting the decision of the Arbitrator. We will file a lawsuit against the DOE for violation of his procedural and substantive rights if he is not exonerated.
When someone receives a packet putting him/her into a 3020-a disciplinary hearing with charges of misconduct, the employee is immediately placed on the Problem Code. But wait a minute! There is something very wrong with this. The charges have not been proven, and are only allegations. Yet the person charged is secretly convicted before the hearing begins, and is never told about the Code. The 3020-a arbitration in NYC is set up for the charged employee to prove their innocence. The arbitrator is supposed to “know” that the person is guilty when they walk in the door, but a strong defense with many witnesses and evidence presented by the charged employee can win complete exoneration. In my opinion, NYSUT Attorneys do not provide adequate representation.
At no time should you believe that the codes discussed here are available only to the NYC Department of Education. This has always been untrue, and I believe remains so. The chain of custody of this code and now the “VACC NON COMPL” are randomly leaked, and seen by outside parties. Privacy rights are not part of the NYC DOE rule book.
Indeed, my Betsy Combier declaration describes my experience with the problem code from working at the UFT 2007-2010. I knew about the problem code before 2007, but when I was given an office on the 16th floor – the Grievance Office at the UFT headquarters at 52 Broadway – and I was next door to Amy Arundell, whenever I received a call from a member asking whether or not he/she was on the Problem Code, I would ask for their file number, tell them to hold on, walk next door to Amy, and ask her. She would look at her computer and tell me yes or no within a minute.  Then I would tell the caller this information.
Then in August 2022 I was sent the PERB Ruling on the Problem Code, PERB U-32479 BD dated June 13, 2022. In this decision I read that Amy Arundell testified at the PERB hearing she knew nothing about the Problem Code until 2012, when a member asked her to help him get off of the Code. (p. 12). This information testified to by Amy Arundell is absolutely false. In any case, I was told that all educators who were put on the code in or about October 2021 or after solely because they did not get vaccinated were removed from the code in August 2022. The ruling is worth reading for anyone interested in the untrue procedures the DOE insist work to place an employee on the Code, pp. 7-10. PERB found that it was an improper practice for the DOE to place anyone on the problem code without telling the employee when and why. Look at the last page of the ruling. The DOE is ignoring this ruling.
The Code or flag is NOT secret except at the employee level. In 2022 I helped many people with their unemployment appeals. Who represented the Employer, the DOE? Equifax, in Ohio. Huh? The Equifax Company does credit reports, but they are representing the NYC DOE at the unemployment hearing. It doesn’t matter what your argument is for benefits, you will be denied benefits because the DOE has shared your personnel file with the problem code on it. The Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board cannot give Claimants any benefits if they commit misconduct and are fired, which is the argument used by Equifax to deny unemployment. In the case of the person whose UIAB decision (1st page) is posted below, the Equifax representative never showed up or made any argument and therefore the Claimant should have been given unemployment benefits by default. She was denied her unemployment because of “misconduct” because the Problem Code is on her personnel file:
I circled the issues brought up by Equifax to deny her unemployment benefit:
“Voluntary leaving of employment without good cause
  Loss of employment through misconduct”
She was not the only person I represented at the UIAB who was denied unemployment because of the Problem Code. When the Problem Code became a media event, in or about April 2022, UIAB denied benefits using other reasons and dropped the word “misconduct”. In my opinion, the NYC DOE told them to deny benefits without using the word “misconduct” because the issue of the problem code became such a media nightmare for them.
By the way, as of May 5, 2022 the NYC DOE has changed the way fingerprints are recorded. See below:
“From: OPI INFO <>
Date: Fri, Apr 14, 2023 at 9:46 AM
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Thank you for contacting the NYC Department of Education’s Office of Personnel Investigation (OPI). At this time, all DOE Central offices are available remotely.

This auto-generated message is to acknowledge that your email was received by our office. Due to a very high volume of inquiries, it will take longer than usual to respond to your email. You are advised against sending multiple copies of your email, as resending your inquiry will slow down our response time.

Your email is in our queue and will be addressed. Inquiries are addressed by OPI staff in the order of receipt. We appreciate your patience, and we look forward to responding to your inquiry.

Applicants may not start working until they have been granted security clearance.

The New York City Department of Education (DOE) is excited to announce that as of May 5, 2022, the DOE has transitioned all fingerprint processing activities to the external vendor IdentoGO by Idemia (IdentoGO).  IdentoGO is the exclusive vendor for the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) fingerprinting and maintains service centers throughout New York State and nationally.  With IdentoGO, all DOE and DOE vendor candidates – including volunteers, related services providers, student teachers and mentors – will now have more accessible and equitable access to fingerprinting.

It is important to know that the ONLY change in fingerprinting is the LOCATION where candidates are fingerprinted.  DOE will still oversee all onboarding processes as applicants go through the nomination process. Further, DOE will still receive the results of the fingerprinting.  As it is now, only the DOE will have access to the fingerprint results and only the DOE will review the results as part of DOE’s fingerprint-supported background investigation.

All other matters will be responded to in the order of receipt. We appreciate your patience.”

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If you do not have an Identity History Summary (rap sheet) on file, you will receive a response by first-class mail via the U.S. Postal Service explaining you have no prior arrest data on file with the FBI.

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The FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division provides certification of fingerprints and/or IdHS information maintained in the FBI’s Criminal File to be used in court cases. Certified copies can only be requested by law enforcement entities.

As information, most court authorities take judicial notice of the FBI’s IdHS information and/or copy of the fingerprint card(s) as maintained by the CJIS Division as a valid criminal history of the record subject without requiring a certification. The information housed in the Next Generation Identification (NGI) System is submitted to the FBI by one or more of the following groups:

  • The FBI’s NGI System: Arrest information maintained in the NGI System consists of federal and foreign offenders, persons arrested in U.S. territories, and criminal arrests that Interstate Identification Index (III) participants are unable to provide. This information is supported by the subject’s fingerprints and verified by fingerprint comparison. Certification of arrest information must come from the contributing agency; certification of convictions relating to this arrest information should be obtained from the court where the subject was tried.
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  • III (Non-NFF) state(s): Arrest information obtained directly from a non-NFF state is based solely on a match to a state identification number (SID) which matches a SID of a record in the NGI System. The FBI has not verified this information by fingerprints, and it is not maintained in the NGI System. Certification of arrest information in a non-NFF record must come from the contributing agency; certification of convictions relating to this arrest information should be obtained from the court where the subject was tried.

Responses to requests for certified copies of fingerprints and/or IdHS information will include the requested information (if available), a cover sheet signed by the FBI CJIS assistant director with a raised seal and ribbon, and a certificate of authenticity from the Director of the FBI giving the CJIS assistant director signature authority for the document. This is recognized in court proceedings as an official document.

Requests for certified copies of fingerprints and/or IdHS information must include an original court order signed by a judge, with the following exceptions:

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  • Electronic court orders.

To request certified copies of information, in addition to the original signed court order, the requesting agency must provide the following information on agency letterhead:

  • Subject’s name and date of birth;
  • FBI Universal Control Number;
  • Type of request (i.e., fingerprints with required dates of arrest, IdHS, or both);
  • Custodial status of the subject and location if subject is in custody;
  • Purpose of the request (i.e., prosecution, extradition);
  • Official name and title of requestor;
  • Complete mailing address (no P.O. Boxes);
  • Requestor telephone number;
  • Requesting agency’s Originating Agency Identifier Number; and
  • Court date.

Note: The Criminal History Analysis Team 1 requires a minimum of two weeks for the processing of a certified request once the original court order or required document has been received.

Please note that any documents reflecting a foreign language must be accompanied by an official translation of the document(s).

Requests for certified copies of information may be e-mailed to, but must also be mailed to the following address:

FBI CJIS Division
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1000 Custer Hollow Road

Clarksburg, WV 26306

Any questions regarding the above requirements may be emailed to

For non-certified copies of fingerprints and/or IdHS information, the Special Processing Center is available 24/7 to provide these copies to law enforcement entities and can be reached at 304-625-5584 or


And then there are the medical codes. The story just keeps getting more Big Brother every day.

Did you ever try in the past two years to get a letter from your doctor giving you the necessary exemption from getting the COVID vaccination, and your doctor refused?

Evidently, doctors are being warned by state governments not to write letters concerning not getting the vaccine.

Also, medical records are being coded so that the government can track the unvaxxed.

New Medical Codes for COVID-19 Vaccination Status Raise Concerns Among Experts

BY Zachary Stieber

Zachary Stieber

Zachary Stieber
Zachary Stieber is a senior reporter for The Epoch Times based in Maryland. He covers U.S. and world news.
February 15, 2023 Updated: February 23, 2023

New medical diagnosis codes for COVID-19 immunization status have been added in the United States.

One code is for being “unvaccinated for COVID-19.”

That code “may be assigned when the patient has not received at least one dose of any COVID-19 vaccine,” the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which implemented the new codes in 2022, states in a document outlining the codes.

Another code is for being partially vaccinated or having received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine but not having received enough doses to meet the CDC’s definition of fully vaccinated.

The goal of the codes is “to track people who are not immunized or only partially immunized,” according to the CDC.

Experts say the codes don’t fit with the International Classification of Diseases, which has diagnoses for diseases and other reasons for health care visits.

“They’re treating nonvaccination as if this is a hazardous exposure that therefore merits being recorded as a medical exposure,” Dr. Harvey Risch, professor emeritus of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health, told The Epoch Times. “That’s never been done, to my knowledge.”

The CDC did not respond to requests for comment for this article.


The CDC proposed adding the codes to the international classification in September 2021.

“People have now been having immunizations for a number of months, and these provide protection for people who are immunized, but there has been interest expressed in being able to track people who are not immunized or who are only partially immunized,” Dr. David Berglund, a CDC medical officer, said during a meeting about the proposal.

“At the current time, there can be considered to be a significant modifiable risk factor for morbidity and for mortality, and it can be of interest for clinical reasons, as well as being of value for public health reasons, to be able to track this.”

COVID-19 hospitalization and death rates are higher among the unvaccinated, according to data published by the CDC. The data do not take into account key factors such as age or prior infection, and other figures show the vaccinated being hospitalized or dying at higher rates in some states.

The proposal was backed by meeting participants during the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) Coordination and Maintenance Committee meeting.

“I definitely think we would support this,” Kristin Balint, a supervisor at Trinity Health, said. “We are currently seeing physicians documenting ‘unimmunized for COVID-19’ in our records.”

Jeanne Yoder, representing the Defense Health Agency, envisioned adding additional codes later to indicate if a person was not vaccinated against each successive variant.

The organizations of the people who backed the proposal either did not respond to requests for comment or declined inquiries.

Codes Added

Three codes were added to the classification system on April 1, 2022.

Z28.310 is for being unvaccinated. Z28.311 is for being partially vaccinated. Z28.39 is for “other underimmunization status.” All fell under a new sub-sub category, “Underimmunization for COVID-19 status.”

The codes are grouped with already-existing codes related to vaccination. They include “immunization not carried out because of patient refusal.”

Another code introduced during the pandemic is for counseling related to “immunization safety.”

“I think it would be a good idea to be able to indicate that, for whatever reason, the vaccine was refused,” Valeria Bica, a clinical documentation specialist at Nemours AI duPont Hospital for Children, said during the meeting that featured the code proposals.

“I know that we track that for families where they’ve refused to vaccinate their children, for one reason or another. And certainly we’ve tried to re-educate and to keep trying to find opportunities to give the vaccines.”

The ICD was originally developed by the World Health Organization. U.S. authorities have their own version of the system. The COVID-19 immunization codes are not listed in the World Health Organization’s ICD.

All health care entities operating in the United States and covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act must use the U.S. version of the ICD. Coded ICD data from providers enable public health officials to “conduct many disease-related activities,” according to the CDC. The U.S. version is updated at least once a year.

The codes have multiple purposes. They let health care providers create a medical record, which can be used by future practitioners who take care of the patient. The system also facilitates billing.

Privacy Concerns

Dr. Robert Malone, who first highlighted the codes on his Substack blog, said the new codes were concerning in light of how not being vaccinated has been used during the pandemic to deny patients health care services, such as organ transplants.

“That information will end up in the hands of insurers, who will use it to make decisions about what you’re going to have to pay for your insurance policy, whether or not you’re going to be qualified,” Malone said.

Risch said the information could be used to perform analyses on groups of deidentified data but questioned whether it would remain deidentified.

“Given how little we trust government agencies at this point and how stigmatizing, potentially stigmatizing this information is on individuals, nobody would rightly trust them to stay in their lane about using this in grouped information as opposed to individual,” Risch said. “What’s to stop the government from sharing this individual information with other agencies? With the FBI? With IRS? They say, ‘We don’t do that,’ and we say, ‘We don’t believe you.’

“And if they did it, what recourse would there ever be?”


The CDC in 2022 changed course and advised in COVID-19 guidelines that people were not to be treated differently on the basis of vaccination status “because breakthrough infections occur.” Breakthrough infections are infections that happen despite vaccination. The COVID-19 vaccines provide little to no protection against infection and transmission.

If any codes related to vaccine status were introduced, they should show whether a person was fully vaccinated, because some of those people end up with vaccine injuries, Risch said.

Dr. Todd Porter, a pediatrician in Illinois, said that he uses the long-existing code for refusal to immunize only if a parent declines to get their children all the childhood vaccines. He also questioned the introduction of the new codes.

“I have a hard time clinically seeing the medical indication of using them,” Porter told The Epoch Times in an email.

He noted that there’s no code for refusal to get the vaccine for influenza, which is deadlier for children than COVID-19.

“Using these codes also disregards the contribution of natural immunity, which research evidence shows is more robust than vaccine immunity,” Porter said. Because of the lack of protection against transmission and infectivity, and the lack of data showing protection against severe disease in children, “an individual’s vaccination status would be irrelevant,” he added.

Betsy Combier
Editor, ADVOCATZ Blog

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