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(Natural News) A news outlet has found that most coronavirus (COVID-19) test diagnostic standards in Canada may be too sensitive to reliably identify people suffering from the disease.
Over a two-week investigation, the Westphalian Times asked provincial health authorities and public health labs in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, and New Brunswick to determine their level sensitivity used in their polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing for COVID-19. The news outlet also researched previous findings scrutinized by prominent epidemiology experts in the U.S. and the UK.
The Westphalian Times found that up to 90 percent of the Canadian COVID-19 cases could be false positives. Canadians and their doctors are not given the important cycle threshold (Ct) statistic when they get a positive result on a COVID test. (Related: 22 Highly renowned scientists: Out of all of the COVID patients we’ve identified with the PCR test, 97% never had COVID.)
The reliability of the PCR test used by governments across Canada is a crucial issue in a trial pitting churches and individuals against the Manitoba government.
Represented by the Justice Center, churches and individuals are challenging government lockdown restrictions in the Court of Queen’s Bench as unjustified violations of the Charter freedoms to associate, worship and assemble peacefully. The burden is on the Manitoba government to justify its restrictions on Charter rights and freedoms as being reasonable, necessary and beneficial.