There has been a months-long debate about the efficacy of the CDC’s Coronavoris Test Kits. Early on, there were reports of false results, batted down by the virus socialists, but the problem persists. And now we have a Connecticut Pathologist who has added to the controversy.
The current CDC nucleic acid test kits for SARS-CoV-2 generate 30% false-positive and 20% false-negative results in the best state public health laboratory, Dr. Sin Hang Lee reported in a peer-reviewed article published in the International Journal of Geriatrics and Rehabilitation, an online journal based in Japan
Sin Hang Lee, MD, director of Milford Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory, the author of the article, re-tested 20 reference samples provided by the Connecticut State Department of Public Health Microbiology Laboratory Division to arrive at this conclusion, according to the published article.
Othe problems continue to mount as well. States with false positives, vehicle accidents with the cause of death declared as COVID19, and even this tweet, which is startling.
How about that?
They never took the test but got a notification they tested positive. Those numbers add up and how many of them are there?
What a mess.
So, here’s the question. A high number of positive tests, even when most asymptomatic or with mild symptoms, mean the mortality rate gets lower. But if the tests are false, the balance changes directions, but it also means the virus is less contagious than advertised.
Better, worse, or just a cluster all around?