Sometimes it’s hard for me to find the words to write these articles…..
The insanity we encounter on a day to day basis is staggering……
Many have pointed out that it’s extremely strange for Covid cases to have surged at the exact time flu infections have declined by record amounts.
Well, I think I may have found the reason.
According to the latest reports, U.S. patients infected with Covid-19 are not legally allowed to know which strain they are infected with…..
Are you thinking what I’m thinking?
If they aren’t allowed to know what strain they’re infected with then I’m not putting it past the ‘experts’ and ‘authorities’ to be fudging all of the numbers in their entirety.
They also have zero data to substantiate any claims about the Delta variant since they aren’t collecting very much data on variants at all—according to their own admissions in these latest reports.
Who’s to say there’s even a Delta strain at all?
Finally, if people aren’t allowed to know which strain they’re infected with, who is to say they’re infected with c-19 in the first place?
Here’s what we currently know about this:
RIDDLE ME THIS! So they can fast track approving EXPERIMENTAL "jabs" but not information on which strain you contracted? PAY ATTENTION!
"You aren't legally allowed to know which variant gave you COVID-19 in the US, even if it's Delta" https://t.co/FC9qnMKJUN
— 🌍$IR G.B.$.🇺🇸 (@GRE8TBLACKSHARK) September 4, 2021
You aren't legally allowed to know which variant gave you COVID-19 in the US, even if it's Delta
Most people with COVID-19 in the US are legally prevented from knowing which variant of the virus infected them, even if it’s the highly contagious Delta strain. Virus sequencing
— Fulminare (@Fulminare6) September 5, 2021
Business Insider claimed:
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service (CMS), which oversees the regulatory process for US labs, requires genome-sequencing tests to be federally approved before their results can be disclosed to doctors or patients. These are the tests that pick up on variants, but right now, there’s little incentive for the labs to do the work to validate those tests.
“I don’t think there’s a lot of motivation, quite honestly, to get that done,” Kelly Wroblewski, director of infectious diseases at the Association of Public Health Laboratories, told Insider.
"You aren't legally allowed to know which variant gave you COVID-19 in the US, even if it's Delta
Most people with COVID-19 in the US are legally prevented from knowing which variant of the virus infected them, even if it’s the highly contagious Delta strain."
— Ghetto Gourmet2k 🌐 🌎 (@ghettogourmet2k) September 4, 2021
How exactly did the delta variant evolve into the highly infectious strain that the world is now struggling to contain?
— ABC News (@ABC) September 4, 2021
An earlier report corroborating Business Insider’s article appeared on NBC News:
Federal rules around who can be told about the variant cases are so confusing that public health officials may merely know the county where a case has emerged but can’t do the kind of investigation and deliver the notifications needed to slow the spread, said Janet Hamilton, executive director of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists.
“It could be associated with a person in a high-risk congregate setting or it might not be, but without patient information, we don’t know what we don’t know,” Hamilton said. The group has asked federal officials to waive the rules. “Time is ticking.”