The RT-PCR test has been used to justify policy mandates, including lockdowns, social distancing, mask-wearing of the labor force and closure of economic activity. Nobel Prize laureate, Kary B. Mullis, who invented the polymerase chain reaction technique, said the PCR test does not say whether or not a person is sick. It is merely a technique that allows for rapid amplification of a small stretch of DNA.
The RT-PCR test was adopted by the WHO in January 2020 to help detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus, following recommendations of a virology research group based in Berlin, and supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. A year later, in January 2021, the WHO retracted its stance.
What made the RT-PCR tests contentious is the number of amplification threshold cycles, which should be less than 35, but preferably 25 to 30 cycles. In the case of virus detection, less than 35 cycles only detect signals that do not correlate with infectious viruses as determined by isolation in cell culture.
The WHO admitted in 2021 that all PCR tests conducted at a 35-cycle amplification threshold or higher are invalid, but this was what they recommended back in January 2020 with the virology team from Berlin. (Related: The presence of a virus does NOT mean "disease:" PCR testing scheme EXPOSED as total science fraud.)
The tests, as recommended by the WHO, are conducted at 35 CT threshold or above, which means that genetic segments of the virus can be detected. This means all the so-called confirmed "positive cases" tabulated in the 18 months that they are used are invalid.
Because the PCR test has routinely been applied at a CT amplification threshold of 35 or higher, it means the methodology applied worldwide led to a compilation of faulty and misleading COVID statistics, which have been used to measure the progression of the so-called "pandemic."
After a thorough investigation, the WHO also stated the tests were not always used appropriately and in accordance with the instructions provided by the manufacturer. They emphasized the importance of knowing the details about the patient, the number of cycles done when analyzing the specimen provided and the patient's clinical history.
However, with the official COVID numbers deemed meaningless, it also follows that there is no scientific basis for confirming the existence of a pandemic.
After tacitly admitting the PCR test does not effectively differentiate between SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses, the CDC has also withdrawn the PCR test as a valid method for detecting COVID. In preparation for such a change, the agency recommended that clinical laboratories and testing sites that have been using the PCR array can begin the transition for a different FDA-approved COVID-19 test.
One of those being considered is the adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate the detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses. Such assays can facilitate the continued testing for both and can save time and resources as the influenza season nears.
So far, there had been 260 million alleged "confirmed COVID-19 cases" worldwide due to the PCR tests. And now it has been found that these numbers are nonsensical and are a big lie. Furthermore, in recent developments, the PCR test is again being routinely used to "identify" the variants, including delta and omicron, which are not possible with the test.
PCR positive cases, which according to the CDC could be the result of seasonal influenza, are also now being assigned to the omicron variant. (Related: Biden and Fauci will "save" America from covid-19 as FDA prepares to fix PCR tests, eliminating millions of false positive cases by end of 2021.)
With the RT-PCR tests being flawed and invalid, it stands to reason that mandates do not have a leg to stand on. The 260 million so-called confirmed cases, which have been collected and tabulated worldwide, are now deemed meaningless.
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