What information do we have on COVID-19 testing?
Human-to-human transmission of coronaviruse is primarily thought to occur among close contacts via respiratory droplets generated by sneezing and coughing.
From the Diamond Princess cruise ship case study, an estimate of 17.9% of asymptomatic cases were reported. Asymptomatic individuals are as infectious as symptomatic individuals and are therefore capable of further spreading the disease. According to the WHO, the immediate priority for COVID-19 diagnostics research is the development of nucleic acid and protein tests and detection at the point-of-care.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is working on a mail-in kit. Last Tuesday, White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Deborah Birx said experts were exploring innovative solutions,like self-swabbing, but did not have enough data yet.
The Drive-through testing tests for both the flu and and the coronavirus together, thus it tests for ALL types of coronavirus”es” as well as flu viruses thus, it’s non-specific.
A positive screening test result does not necessarily mean that the patient is positive. Any positive screening test result must be followed up with a confirmatory lab test.
I asked a local doctor who is testing at their office about what tests they are using. The office responded they are using LabCorp and Vibrant America. LabCorp is a nasal swab and Vibrant America is a blood draw.
LabCorp is a newer test so the sensitivity/specificity are still in progress, the FDA issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).
Guidance for use of the LabCorp ELISA (“antibody”-Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assays) product test kit has this disclaimer:
This test has not been reviewed by the FDA
Negative results do not rule out SARS-CoV-2 infection, particularly in those who have been in contact with the virus.
Follow-up testing with a molecular diagnostic should be considered to rule out infection in these individuals.
Results from antibody testing should not be used as the sole basis to diagnose or exclude SARS-CoV-2 infection or to inform infection status.
Positive results may be due to past or present infection with non-SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus strains, such as coronavirus HKU1, NL63, OC43, or 229E.
What do we know about the “antibody”Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assays (ELISA) tests?
What the public generally doesn’t know is that to confirm coronavirus, some hospitals are using The ELISA Test, which only tests for antibodies and not the virus itself, IgG and IgM. Odd but true. According to what we’re taught, if you’ve already developed antibodies to a virus, you’re already immune…….but it gets even more odd because this test confirms the presence of lots of different antibodies at the same time…….no one antibody in particular.
Hold on, there’s more. The ELISA TEST can give you false positives for coronavirus when no antibodies even exist, just by having the flu vaccine.
Common causes of a false positive ELISA include: Administration of flu vaccine, presence of HLA-DR antibodies in multigravada women, presence of rheumatoid factor, positive RPR test, hypergammaglobulinemia (e.g. multiple myeloma) and autoimmune hepatitis. Any positive ELISA test must be followed by a confirmatory test (WB or IFA).
This makes you wonder why they’re advising everyone to run out and get the flu shot……just in case.
To sum up, when “they” say someone is “positive” for coronavirus…….that patient is said to have antibodies to only a general infection, to which they’re already immune because antibodies are signs that protection is already circulating in the blood stream.
On top of that, this “super non-scientific test” can provide a false positive if you just were injected with the flu vaccine, which includes documented poisons. Because of these documented poisons, the flu vaccine insert literally lists death (see section 6.3) as happening to people who volunteered for the shot.
Science always has your best interest in mind folks.
Everything is super accurate, clear and concise. Nothing shady or manipulative what so ever. Completely trustworthy. Nothing to worry about.
The Seattle Flu Study, a 2-year-old research project based at the University of Washington to track the spread of infectious diseases like influenza. Funded with $20 million from Bill Gates private office, the project recruited thousands of volunteers and sent them self-test kits. The focus has now shifted to the new coronavirus, using similar methods to aid the public-health response.
What information are they collecting? Genetic information about the people or just the viruses? Think of all the allocated funds and what they do and where they go, and if those motives are in the best interest of the people, how else could they be allocated to eradicate disease.
Curated content courtesy of Summer Boger – Cap Wellness Center