Over the past few months, many have questioned the accuracy of the COVID tests, and now kids have even found a way to take advantage of it and skip school.
Disney Dream Cruise Lines was gearing up for a return to cruising, but the plans were postponed when COVID tests returned questionable results.
It seems that some bureaucrats are determined to keep this COVID pandemic going on forever. Why? Well, they are not affected. They often get to work from home, still get their paychecks, benefits and pensions, so, what do they care about the people suffering from the lockdowns. But one of the problems with pandemics is you need numbers. How can you extend and embrace more severe lockdowns, if the COVID numbers are starting to fall, as they are recently doing in Britain? READ: Britain’s coronavirus cases fall again amid ‘scaremongering’ row The solution: there are a bunches of people out there who are coming down with COVID, but are not getting sick. Many show no symptoms and if they do the symptoms are so minor they are confusing them with a cold or allergies. Of course, as a result, they are not getting tested. It is estimated that as many as 80% of the people fall into the asymptomatic category. And here is the thing, the chances of asymptomatic people spreading COVID is extremely low. …
According to recent reports, the World Health Organization (WHO) has finally admitted that its “gold-standard” COVID test kicks out a significant number of false positives. In other words the number of people who test positive for COVID is exaggerated. WHO has advised medical workers to retest.
Yesterday, we posted how Tesla CEO Elon Musk had four tests in the same day for COVID-1984, two positive and two negative. Today, we talk about how only half of Erykah Badu caught the Coronavirus. Despite half of her testing positive, Badu, a Grammy Award singer, said she doesn’t feel sick. Breitbart explains: Grammy Award-winning singer Erykah Badu revealed on Friday that she received significantly inconsistent coronavirus test results, testing positive for the virus in her left nostril and negative in her right. “No symptoms. Was tested for COVID. Same machine. Left nostril positive. Right nostril negative,” the “Next Lifetime” singer said in a tweet to her 2.7 million Twitter followers. “Maybe they need to call Swiss Beats so they can do a versus between them. Funny thing is, Dr. ONLY reported the positive result. What the fack is goin on here. Rapid Test. $$$$ smh.” READ: Grammy Winner Erykah Badu Questions Coronavirus Test Results: ‘Left Nostril Positive. Right Nostril Negative’
Look I will be the first to admit Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, is a loose cannon. But he recently tweeted that he had four tests for COVID using the same equipment on the same day and got two negatives and two positives.
Health officials in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, are complaining that fewer people are volunteering to get tested for COVID after they spent millions of dollars setting up new testing facilities. The number of people getting tested at these facilities is down 25% in some cases from the end of September. What is equally disturbing is that health officials are increasing the number of people who can get tested at Ottawa facilities from 2,500 to 4,000 by November. Of course, less testing ultimately means fewer people testing positive for COVID. The CBC explains the problem this causes: Ottawa Public Health (OPH) officials are also concerned with what the drop in testing means when it comes to interpreting the daily case counts, which have been below 100 cases a day for almost a week, dipping to 52 on Monday. The recent numbers buck the upward trend, which hit a record 142 cases on Oct. 2, and then 183 cases on Oct. 8. The high case counts led to the decision for Ottawa to be included among the cities forced to return to …
The University of Arizona recently tested its athletes for COVID and discovered that 13 had the coronavirus.