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CDC Casually Admits 10% of COVID-19 Nasal Swabs Sent to Labs for “Genomic Sequencing Analysis”


For WLT readers that took a COVID-19 PCR test, did the administrator ask for your consent to harvest your DNA?

Because the CDC casually admitted what “conspiracy theorists” attempted to warn others.

However, those warnings went ignored and it’s another admission of corruption from the medical establishment.

The CDC on Wednesday admitted 10% of the COVID-19 nasal swabs ended up in a lab for genomic sequencing analysis.

But the agency assured Americans that only the virus will be used for the genomic sequencing analysis.

How many individuals would say they trust the CDC by their word?

Anyone with common sense will say absolutely not.

As the Gateway Pundit noted:

Many Americans were forced to take nose swabs processed with a PCR test in order to work, travel or get life-saving surgical procedures.

Now those swabs are being used by scientists to track Covid variants.

“Remember that COVID-19 nose swab test you took? What happened to the swab? If it was processed with a PCR test, there’s a 10% chance that it ended up in a lab for genomic sequencing analysis.” – the CDC said on Wednesday.

Per the CDC:

Newsweek commented:

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However, people are misunderstanding, says professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition at Harvard Albert Ascherio. In this case, scientists are analyzing the sequencing of the COVID-19 virus for variants like Delta and Omicron. Sequences from collected tests can be compared to help scientists track the spread of a virus, how it is changing, and how those changes may affect public health.

Ascherio says the PCR tests used for genomic sequencing help distinguish common variants of the virus, not human DNA.

“The PCR tests generally do not sequence the full genome, but only selected segments/genes that are more relevant to distinguish the most common variants,” Ascherio told Newsweek. “Full sequencing is however possible and it is done for research purposes to identify the relation between different variants, the appearance of new variants.”

Although there may be the chance for human DNA to get sequenced, Ascherio says it’s unlikely.

“There is no need to test human DNA, but of course, it will be on the swab so it could be tested, which is probably what people may worry about if they are in [a] conspiracy mood,” Ascherio said.

The bottom line is the CDC admitted to collecting our DNA, so who knows where it was shipped and for whatever purposes they’re not telling us.


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