In a report for the BBC last September 5, 2020, Rachel Schraer reports on the increasing lack of confidence on the results of RT-PCR tests which are used to detect SARS-CoV-2 infections. Schraer inteviews various experts such as Prof. Carl Henegan who says that tests must have a cut off point so that smaller viral load do not trigger positive results.
Prof. Peter Openshaw from Imperial College London also agrees that RT-PCR is highly sensitive and can pick up residual genetic material. Prof. Openshaw says however that residual material is not evidence of infectivity. He also reiterates findings of earlier studies that says that patients are no longer infectious after 10 days of disease.
Editor’s Note: We have been raising the alarm against faulty PCR tests as early as May while alternative media started reporting on this concern early in July [see Faulty COVID-19 tests: Why prisoners love their jailers and never-ending lockdowns and RT-PCR tests are scientifically meaningless]. And though corporate media comes late in the game, we wish to recognize the development in the way they handle coronavirus-related reports [the New York Times recently published a similar report on RT-PCR testing, see New York Times: More experts questioning RT-PCR testing].
As research about the coronavirus gets released at breakneck speed, media is now forced to face the facts and make the shift. Only those who stand to gain from this “pandemic” will continue to fearmonger and deliberately confuse populations. It is time to move on from this coronavirus [see also Alternative views concerning the COVID-19 vaccine, Full Plandemic documentary out now, being censored by Big Tech, and Vaccines: Trojan Horses for Global Sterilization and Surveillance].
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