U.S. Military Tricare Erroneously Tells 600,000 Veterans That They Tested Positive for COVID-19
U.S. Military Tricare erroneously told over 600,000 veterans that they had tested positive for COVID-19, which they later claimed was an accident.
Tricare, which is responsible for insuring the health care systems for the U.S. military, sent out an email to hundreds of thousands of veterans asking them to donate their blood for research as “survivors of COVID-19.” This confused veterans who had never tested positive for the Chinese virus.
“Just wondering [if] anybody [got] an email from Tricare saying since you are a COVID survivor, please donate your plasma.?? I have NOT been tested,” a beneficiary wrote in a social media post. “Just remember all those people inputting data are human and make mistakes.”
Only 31,000 individuals associated with the U.S. military have reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus. Humana Military, a company tasked with managing Tricare for 31 states and Washington D.C., was responsible for the email that alarmed beneficiaries.
“As a survivor of COVID-19, it’s safe to donate whole blood or blood plasma, and your donation could help other COVID-19 patients. Your plasma likely has antibodies (or proteins) present that might help fight the coronavirus infection. Currently, there is no cure for COVID-19. However, there is information that suggests plasma from COVID-19 survivors, like you, might help some patients recover more quickly from COVID-19,” the email stated.
Humana is apologizing profusely for what they claim was simply a mistake.
“In an attempt to educate beneficiaries who live close to convalescent plasma donation centers about collection opportunities, you received an email incorrectly suggesting you were a COVID-19 survivor. You have not been identified as a COVID-19 survivor and we apologize for the error and any confusion it may have caused,” the company wrote.
“As a part of an effort to educate military beneficiaries about convalescent plasma donation opportunities, Humana was asked to assist our partner, the Defense Health Agency. Language used in email messages to approximately 600k beneficiaries gave the impression that we were attempting to reach only people who had tested positive for COVID-19. We quickly followed the initial email with a clear and accurate second message acknowledging this. We apologize,” wrote Marvin Hill, Humana’s corporate communications lead, in a statement given to Military.com.
Big League Politics has reported on major discrepancies that have occurred with COVID-19 reporting data as the government experts push a new round of shutdowns:
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…
Reports of these irregularities drive a stake through the heart of the establishment’s fear-driven narrative regarding COVID-19.
It is beginning to look like all of these so-called mistakes may not be due to human error. It could be part of a broader agenda to keep the U.S. locked down until November under this virus regime.