The WHO slipped out an Information Notice (coincidentally on the day of Joe Biden's "inauguration") which drives a coach and horses through the Government's pandemic narrative.
We have been subjected to an unprecedented onslaught during January by the main-stream media, with regular double-page spreads ramming home the message that Covid is a deadly enemy that is spreading uncontrollably (during lock-down?) and burying the NHS in an alleged tidal wave of Covid patients.
Even the Advertising Standards Authority has taken the government to task over its misleading advertisements!
But back to the point:
The WHO’s Information Notice explicitly concerns the PCR test that our government relies upon to identify “cases” of SARS-Cov-2.The WHO reminds us that:
“careful interpretation of weak positive results is needed” and that “as disease prevalence decreases, the risk of false positive increases (2). This means that the probability that a person who has a positive result (SARS-CoV-2 detected) is truly infected with SARS-CoV-2 decreases as prevalence decreases ...”
Joining the dots, we can now confidently assert that the use of the PCR test to detect “cases” in the asymptomatic population at large (where prevalence of the disease is lowest) is seriously flawed, and the assertion of a pandemic is therefore also seriously flawed.
The WHO Notice also reasserts the normal medical orthodoxy that even in the clinical setting a positive PCR test result alone cannot be taken as a diagnosis:
“health care providers must consider any result in combination with timing of sampling, specimen type, assay specifics, clinical observations, patient history ...”
Therefore all the “deaths by Covid” and similar Covid statistics published by UK official bodies and based solely on a positive PCR test are also seriously flawed.
The days of this “pandemic” are now numbered.
Does this not create serious legal difficulties for the government's lock-down enforcement measures?
If the assertion of ongoing pandemic is based solely upon the PCR Test results (as it is), then what jury would convict anyone of a non-compliance offence if the WHO itself has declared the PCR Test to be unreliable unless supported by a medical diagnosis based upon of all the factors relevant to the individual patient?