Confused about this Coronavirus-thing? Well, let’s connect some dots.
- Coronavirus was first defined in Merriam-Webster in 1968 as a family (Coronaviridae) of single-stranded RNA viruses that have a lipid envelope studded with club-shaped projections, infect birds and many mammals including humans; in other words – the flu virus.
- A number of flu tests are available to detect influenza viruses. The most common tests are called “rapid influenza diagnostic tests (RIDTs).“
- Another flu test called “rapid molecular assays” detects genetic material of the virus. Rapid molecular assays are more accurate than RIDTs.
- The CDC developed a new laboratory test kit for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes COVID-19. The test kit is called the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time Reverse Transcriptase (RT)-PCR Diagnostic Panel.
- In December 1991, US blood centers reported an unusual increase in blood donors that falsely tested for antibodies and showed multiple false positives for the flu. (note: no one came to donate blood thinking that they had the flu)
- These studies were done on people who had recently received the 1991-1992 influenza vaccine, which was raising the possibility that the vaccine had specifically caused the problem of multiple false positive readings.
Today, in 2020, will people who recently received the 2019-2020 influenza vaccine have multiple false positive readings on the COVID 19 tests?
Good question, and if you choose to get tested, you might consider this possibility.
I’m digging into the research, but so far, no data for the COVID testing is available.
I don’t think anyone has addressed this.
This brings up another issue – do we know enough about COVID-19 to be making major social decisions – decisions such as forced vaccines, one-size-fits-all testing, or extended Stay At Home orders.
We all need to calm down and connect the dots. Remember that viruses aren’t attacking your world – basically we are all living amid the viruses’ world. Viruses have existed all over this planet since the beginning of time.
Connect The Dots
If you are not showing any sign of having the Coronavirus and you recently had a flu shot – if you get tested for COVID 19, will you show positive?
Will your doctor freak out and prescribe unnecessary treatments, and will the National COVID statistics falsely elevate?
I am researching the data to prove this reality, but for now, this is merely some food for thought.
Stay well. Stay positive.
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