After months of independent journalists and honest medical professionals raising the alarm about widespread fraudulent use of the PCR test, the UK Government has finally admitted, albeit in the fine print of its website, that uninfectious people will test ‘positive’ with a PCR test.
According to the UK government’s own website:
- SARS-CoV-2 re-testing in staff, patients and residents in health and social care settings
Immunocompetent staff, patients and residents who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 by PCR should be exempt from routine re-testing by PCR or LFD antigen tests (for example, repeated whole setting screening or screening prior to hospital discharge) within a period of 90 days from their initial illness onset or test (if asymptomatic) unless they develop new COVID-19 symptoms. This is because fragments of inactive virus can be persistently detected by PCR in respiratory tract samples following infection – long after a person has completed their isolation period and is no longer infectious.
In other words, it can never be used as a medical diagnostic test, only as a research tool, something which its Nobel Prize-winning inventor had repeatedly warned about.
Bear in mind that from the beginning of the supposed ‘global pandemic,’ governments and public health officials have told the public that the PCR test is the “gold standard” for SARS-CoV-2 diagnosis. However, it has also been clear from the onset that the opposite is true – that the PCR test is the most inaccurate test imaginable, and it’s fraudulent use by the science and medical communities has generated a mountain of false positive “cases” and deaths …