False Positives in Covid Testing

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False Positives in Covid Testing

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False Positives with the Covid PCR test are the rule not the exception

The following statements with links to videos and information to back them up, are from officials and experts involved in covid.

This information from Maskoffmn.org. It demonstrates the fraud of the PCR tests. Because someone tests positive for covid means actually very little. The following are all quotes from people in authoritative positions in the pandemic.

At least half of all positive tests could be false positives according to Dr. Birx, the Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force

Michael Yeadon: former Vice President and Chief Science Officer for Pfizer said …all or a substantial part of these positives could be due to what’s called false positives tests.

Dr. Barbara Yaffe, the Associate Medical Officer of Health for Toronto Public Health, admitted that in some cases, you’ll get false positives almost half of the time.

Dr. Fauci admitted back in July 2020 that if a person tests positive with a PCR test set to 35 or more cycle thresholds,  that person is not infectious. HealthPartners’ lab uses thresholds that vary from 40 to 45. Fauci also admits that the CTs aren’t included with the test results.  Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory says when using cycle thresholds 24 & higher the specimens “were viral culture negative

According to this report, 90 out of 144 “positives” were false positives.

In this now withdrawn study, the conclusion is: “In the close contacts of COVID-19 patients, nearly half or even more of the ‘asymptomatic infected individuals’ reported in the active nucleic acid test screening might be false positives.

We’re told that up to 80% of “infections” are asymptomatic. We must ask the question: are they really asymptomatic or simply false positives?

This study says: “most of these false positive individuals would likely be asymptomatic, which could at least partially explain the reports of large numbers of asymptomatic carriers of SARS-CoV-2.”

This study from October 2020 concludes: “It is likely that at current active disease prevalence the positive rRT-PCR results of many “asymptomatic” persons are false positives.”


Learn more about false positives here