You may be “infected” but are you contagious? Are you even symptomatic? This article gives you one simple question to ask if you happen to test positive. Oh and be sure and look at the links at the end of the article.
Tested ‘Positive’ For COVID-19? Be Sure To Ask This Question
The lockdowns are based on surging “cases” which are based on positive PCR test results.
However, what exactly is a positive PCR test result? What does it mean? As Dr. Tommy Megremis summarized recently:
If you are generally aware, the PCR test is used to amplify small amount of genetic material so as to recognize patterns of DNA by “cycling.” (Also, for RNA virus, the RNA is converted to DNA in order to be detected, it’s just the way the test works) This is how we have been able to recognize the genomes in Egyptian mummies and Wooly Mammoths. It works because if you amplify and cycle enough times to “grow” legitimate DNA fragments, you get something with with a fair amount of specificity. What is becoming more and more apparent is that the PCR test was not designed as a diagnostic tool for infection, and really cannot function as one without having a huge amount of false positives, period…