Shocking News Regarding the PCR Test
Dr Vernon Coleman
Go to the UK government’s website called gov.uk and look for a guidance report called `Covid-19: management of staff and exposed patients or residents in health and social care settings.’
The report appears under the heading Public Health England and it was updated on 28th January 2021.
Scroll down to section 6 which is headed `Sars-cov-2 re-testing in staff, patients and residents in health and social care settings’.
Here is the whole of the first paragraph:
`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.’
Now, set aside the fact that the paragraph was to me darned near incomprehensible and concentrate on the final paragraph.
And you will find this choice section: `fragments of inactive virus can be persistently detected by PCR in respiratory samples following infection –long after a person has completed their isolation period and is no longer infectious.’
And that is exactly why I and other doctors have been arguing for months that the PCR test is unreliable and not fit for purpose.
I’ll repeat what the UK Government says: `fragments of inactive virus can be persistently detected by PCR in respiratory samples following infection – long after a person has completed their isolation period and is no longer infectious.’
So, now I’d like the fact checkers and the pseudo journalists who have accused me of publishing misinformation to get down on their knees and start grovelling.
Because the UK government is saying exactly what I and other doctors have been saying for months.
The PCR test picks up fragments of inactive virus when a patient is no longer infectious.
And it appears that the UK Government must now agree with me: the PCR test is useless and should be abandoned.
Fact checkers, pseudojournalists, politicians and members of the twitterati should publish their grovelling apologies immediately.
I’ll repeat it once more for those fact checkers who are a little slow on the uptake:
The UK Government says that the PCR test picks up fragments of inactive virus when a patient is no longer infectious.
Copyright Vernon Coleman March 6th 2021
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