While the Democrats continue to spread hysteria surrounding the potential dangers of COVID-19 and the need for every person to get the jab, the truth is starting to come to light as science and facts are prevailing. In yet another massive hit against the Democrat’s narrative that COVID-19 is an epidemic that could end life as we know it, the CDC announced that after December 31, 2021, they will be withdrawing the use of the PCR test commonly used for testing people for COVID-19. And the reason why, because it supposedly can’t tell the difference between COVID-19 and the common flu.
On the CDC website, the organization wrote, “In preparation for this change, CDC recommends clinical laboratories and testing sites that have been using the CDC 2019-nCoV RT-PCR assay select and begin their transition to another FDA-authorized COVID-19 test. CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses. Such assays can facilitate continued testing for both influenza and SARS-CoV-2 and can save both time and resources as we head into influenza season.”
According to Europe Reloaded, the inventor behind the PCR test, Dr. Kary Mullis, admitted that it was never meant to be a test for COVID-19. “The PCR is a process. It does not tell you that you are sick.”
The new set of CDC guidelines will also no longer require PCR testing at the end of isolation, according to the CDC Director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, due to the test being able to show positive up to 12 weeks after infection.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) December 29, 2021
Speaking on Good Morning America, Walensky admitted, “we would have people in isolation for a very long time if we were relying on PCRs.”
LATEST: The newly updated CDC guidelines don't require testing at the end of isolation because PCR tests can stay positive for up to 12 weeks, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky tells @GMA. https://t.co/p6HUxeD4Go pic.twitter.com/TmVaF0eRcG
— ABC News (@ABC) December 29, 2021
Following the massive fear surrounding the new Omicron variant and the Christmas holiday, the CDC also casually lowered their estimated case numbers. The agency initially believed that the Omicron would account for over 70% of the cases presented the week of Christmas. In actuality, it only accounted for 22.5%.
Former FDA chief Scott Gottlieb suggested that the Delta strain might be to blame while the estimate was inaccurate. “Setting aside the question of how the initial estimate was so inaccurate, if CDC’s new estimate of #Omicron prevalence is precise, then it suggests that a good portion of the current hospitalizations we’re seeing from Covid may still be driven by Delta infections.”
Jerome Adams, who was the former US Surgeon General, blasted the CDC for its decision to cut isolation periods, “I love the CDC. Grew up wanting to work there and have been one of their most ardent defenders. I never dreamed the day would come when I would advise people NOT to follow their guidance.” he added, “They wouldn’t even follow it for their own family.”
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