January 7th 2022
On 7 July 2021 the CDC updated their "Instructions for Use" of RT-PCR Covid tests. This was the exact date the CDC notified clinical laboratories and testing sites performing Covid testing of the withdrawal of Emergency Use Authorisation ("EUA") from 31 December 2021 and to begin a transition to another FDA-authorised Covid test.
Page 40 of the Instructions for Use of the PCR test states (emphasis our own):
"Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV were available for CDC use at the time the test was developed and this study conducted, assays designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full-length RNA (N gene; GenBank accession: MN908947.2) of known titer (RNA copies/µL) spiked into a diluent consisting of a suspension of human A549 cells and viral transport medium (VTM) to mimic clinical specimen."
Click here to watch the video.
After almost two years of incorrect and fraudulent use of the PCR test, there seems to be a worldwide Government campaign to stop its use. Here are some examples:
"Canadians seeking a COVID-19 PCR test in recent days may have faced long line-ups at testing centres and a shortage of appointment slots as demand has risen amid the spread of the Omicron variant." - CTV News, 26 December 2021
"Changes made to PCR testing guidance amid record demand [in Northern Ireland]. The Public Health Agency said it had issued new protocols to help ensure ‘the continued and targeted delivery of the service'." - Belfast Telegraph, 29 December 2021
"A widespread shortage of PCR tests across the devolved nations was due to an administrative error, the First Minister of Scotland has said." - Belfast Telegraph, 29 December 2021
"Asymptomatic people who test positive in Wales no longer required to have PCR test." - ITV, 5 January 2022
"From today, people in NI who get a positive lateral flow test should presume that they have Covid-19 and that they are infectious - a PCR test will no longer be required to confirm the result." - 4NI, 5 January 2022
"Boris scraps extra Covid testing rules in drive to stop Omicron shutting down the economy ... And people testing positive after a lateral flow test do not have to have a PCR confirmation." - Daily Express, 6 January 2022
"The need for PCR tests has now changed [in Scotland] in a bid to relieve pressure in test centres and labs." - Daily Record, 6 January 2022
"Australians are no longer required to get a PCR test to confirm their COVID-positive result." - ABC Net, 6 January 2022
A 20-year trail of patent applications concerning the virus responsible for Covid-19 proves it is neither new nor the result of a jump from animals to humans. In July 2021, a dossier of evidence supporting these claims was presented by Dr. David Martin to the international Corona Investigative Committee. The first SARS outbreak in the latter part of 2001 "gave rise to a ‘very problematic' April 2003 patent filing by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It was for the entire SARS gene sequence, and for a series of derivative patents covering means of detection, including the PCR test [widely used today purportedly to diagnose cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection]," The Conservative Woman wrote.
"People should remember that all the "covid" case data is based on PCR and antigen tests which are meaningless. They give positive results for those with normal flu, which has the exact same symptomology as what they are calling Covid19. This conflation is clear as day and must be pointed out to everyone and we need to take the governments of the world to court for conducting no risk benefit analysis and perpetuating a fraud on the public and restricting basic human rights at par with the Nazi and Soviet era.," Robin Monotti posted on Telegram on 31 December 2021.
Dr. Mike Yeadon: Covid-19 Lies - The PCR Test, The Highwire, 14 June 2021 (10 mins). Click here to watch the video.
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