RAT tests just as inaccurate as the PCR test

Jan 21

Posted by Editor, cairnsnews

Letter to the Editor

Vaccine crimes were/are only possible due to criminal misuse of
Corman/Drosten PCR test.

Now the German PEI has determined that 9 in 10 RAT tests are useless.

Unless the effective tests are named by the AU government and others, published Covid infection statistics cannot be trusted. Again.

Germany: Useless rapid antigen tests under the magnifying
glass.

“The Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI), the German medical regulatory body and research institution for vaccines and biomedicines, which is also a WHO Collaborating Centre for quality assurance, has found out that 92 percent of rapid antigen tests are useless.
Among them are bogus products like Absology Co. Ltd. ACAR-020, a rapid antigen test that has a sensitivity of 0 (zero) percent. This means that it is unable to correctly identify even one of the samples. The same applies to the “New Coronavirus Protein Detection Kit” from Beijing Savant Biotechnology. This test is also wrong 100 percent of the time. And the two tests are not the only complete failures.
The Paul Ehrlich Institute describes an antigen rapid test as useful if it has a sensitivity of over 30 percent. According to the website ScienceFiles, this is highly problematic because a rapid antigen test with a sensitivity of 30 percent means that it will give incorrect results 70 percent of the time.

from Kev Moore

Brisbane

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