Prominent ‘False Positive’ COVID-19 Tests Casts Major Doubt Over Nationwide Testing Regime

Sgt. Nicholas Shepherd (right), a practical nursing specialist assigned to Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force 352-2, and Jason Cavallaro, director of ambulatory operations at Cooper University Health Care, perform a swab test on a nursing home worker at the Royal Suites Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center in Galloway Township, N.J., May 5, 2020. The testing of residents in nursing homes is crucial due to the high infection rate of COVID-19. U.S. Northern Command, through U.S. Army North, remains committed to providing flexible Department of Defense support to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for the whole-of-nation COVID-19 response. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Miguel Pena)

Recently, NFL Quarterback Matthew Stafford and Ohio Governor Mike Dewine recorded “false positives” after taking COVID-19 tests. Re-tests for both men showed that neither of them had the Chinese-based virus that has caused mass hysteria throughout the globe.

“We feel confident in the results from Wexner Medical Center,” Gov. Dewine’s office said of the second PCR test. “This is the same PCR test that has been used over 1.6 million times in Ohio by hospitals and labs all over the state.”

They added that officials will be “working with the manufacturer to have a better understanding of how the discrepancy between these two tests could have occurred.”

The same thing happened to Stafford, an NFL QB with the Detroit Lions, and his wife, Kelly, has reported what a nightmare it has been since his bogus diagnosis. They are undergoing discrimination from fear-crazed jackals in their community who have lost their souls to the mass hysteria.

“I have been losing my mind because of how my Family has been treated since my husband was put on COVID-19 IR,” Kelly Stafford said in an Instagram post.

She added: “Even after we knew it was false positive, our school told us they (children) were not allowed back, I was approached in a grocery store and told I was ‘endangering others,’ my kids were harassed and kicked off the playground…”

Kelly Stafford blames the NFL for publicizing the COVID-19 list before it was clear that her husband had the virus. His team has come out publicly to make it clear that Stafford has never had the virus.

“To be clear, Matthew does NOT have COVID-19 and never has had COVID-19 and the test in question was a False-Positive,” the Detroit Lions said in a statement. “Also, all of Matthew’s family have been tested and everyone is negative.”

These false positives cast the total of COVID-19 cases that have been reported into doubt, and they are far from the only discrepancies that have emerged in the reporting.

Big League Politics has reported on widespread errors coming from certain COVID-19 testing facilities, with the total of cases being widely overinflated.

The Florida Department of Health is scrambling after fraud was discovered in how COVID-19 testing rates were being reported across the state.

After the health department released a report showing a stunning statewide positivity rate of 11 percent, analysis of the numbers revealed severe irregularities. Many labs reported 100 percent positivity, meaning that every test came back positive.

In addition to the labs reporting 100 percent positivity, there were other testing facilities that reported abnormal levels of positive tests. FOX 35 found that Centra Care reported that 83 people who submitted tests were all counted as positive. The Orlando Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center reported a 76 percent positivity rate, NCF Diagnostics reported tests at a 88 percent positivity rate, and Orlando Health reported a 98 percent positivity rate.

Orlando Health has admitted that the results from the health department’s report are dubious. They said that their positivity rate was only 9.4 percent, not 98 percent as it was shown in the report. This casts major doubt regarding the accuracy of the total cases that have been reported in Florida.

The fake news has used Florida as an example to bolster their COVID-19 mass hysteria due to all of the supposed cases that were popping up throughout the state.

The COVID-19 scamdemic is largely based on these huge test numbers, but they could be completely bogus. This may ultimately go down as the cruelest hoax in human history.

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