Who would think that a batch of covid-19 test kits would turn up contaminated with covid-19? Well, it’s happened. Great Britian is the first to report contaminated test kits. The story goes as follows.
Britain’s attempts to step up its testing for the novel coronavirus have suffered a setback after some key parts of the testing kits that were due to be imported were found to have been contaminated with the coronavirus. The Daily Telegraph reported that British labs have been told to expect a delay in the delivery some of the components of the kits after traces of the virus were detected on them. The British government has been criticized for its relatively low testing rates, which are way behind other wealthy nations like Germany, the United States, and South Korea. The government brought in foreign private firms to help produce thousands of kits, but it’s one of those suppliers—the Luxembourg-based firm Eurofins—that has told British labs that some of the components have been contaminated.
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I wanted to remind people that when you get tested for covid-19, a swab is used to collect samples. Besides being used to test for covid-19, these samples can be used to log your DNA in a database.
Some DNA collecting uses a swab to collect samples from the cheek, inside the mouth.
Covid-19 testing uses a swab to collect samples from the upper nasal passage . I’ve also seen where they collect a second sample by using a swab to collect samples from the cheek, inside the mouth. The second sample is collected exactly like they collect samples for DNA test.
Why the second sample?
CDC provides the test kits for public health laboratories (PHLs) to perform real-time RT-polymerase chain reaction (rRT-PCR) detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (the virus that causes COVID-19) in respiratory specimens. CDC received Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on February 4, 2020 for use of this rRT-PCR test to detect the virus in upper and lower respiratory specimens.
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I’m not saying your DNA is being collected and logged. I’m saying it is a possibility.
If you think about it. What would be a better opportunity to collect DNA from people? Take that information and crosscheck it against a database of unsolved crimes, missing persons or fugitives from justice that have changed their identities. Maybe just keep it in a database for future use.
Covid-19 pandemic and testing opens the opportunity for conspiracies to thrive. I can think of many. One being DNA collecting, like I just described. Another could be that they are using the nasal passage swab to insert a nano-microchip, smart dust, nano-bot or self sustaining micro fibers. Any one of these could be used for mind control. To take it a step further I would ask the question “If covid-19 is so contagious, why do they need 2 samples and why do they need a sample that’s buried deep in the back of your nasal passage? Wouldn’t a saliva sample be sufficient?
Indeed, any of these is entirely possible. A person has to be responsible when presenting these ideas. Until factual evidence is provided a person should remember that these conspiracy theories are only theories. Not proven to be true. At least, not yet. Question everything but stay grounded.
When it comes to “anything government” I always remember that whenever I sign a waiver or release form I make sure I take the time to read every detail. You never know what has been added to the release form or waiver. Just like a bill in Congress, you could be signing away something that has nothing to do with what you are there for.
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