The alleged “spike” in Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases now being reported in Florida may actually be fiction, as new evidence has emerged to suggest that testing labs all throughout the Sunshine State are churning out an alarmingly high rate of false positives.
Orlando Health has confirmed, as have a number of journalists, that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) data it reported over the past weekend is erroneous at best. This is due to the fact that more than 50 labs throughout the state are, in some cases, producing 100 percent positive test results.
In other words, 100 percent of the people getting tested for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) at these 50-plus labs are being told that they have the virus, when in reality only a very small fraction, if any, actually have it. Consequently, the official infection numbers for Florida are completely skewed.
Orlando Health, for example, had reported that 98 percent of the people it tested came up positive, when in reality it was actually 9.8 percent (or 9.4 percent, according to other sources). The Orlando Veterans Medical Center had also “mistakenly” reported a 76 percent positivity rate, when the true figure was a mere six percent.
Local news affiliate FOX 35 attempted to contact the Florida Department of Health for an explanation as to these prolific “errors,” but has yet to hear back. In the meantime, Governor Ron DeSantis has responded to the false data as if it was real, declaring that it was a “mistake” to reopen Florida so soon.
“With the state’s handling of the response coming under such intense scrutiny … [these] errors point to a culture of carelessness that Floridians might find extremely discouraging, especially now that their state is home to the new national epicenter (Miami),” reports Zero Hedge.
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All of this begs the obvious question: So, how many people really have coronavirus in Florida? And while we are at it, how many people in the United States truly have it?
With so much incorrect reporting and erroneous data coming from the authorities these days, it would seem as though nobody really knows anything when it comes to this so-called pandemic. And yet Americans continue to be treated as though everyone has the virus, suffering through seemingly endless lockdowns and face covering restrictions.
“We found numerous labs that are only reporting positive test results, so they show a 100 percent positivity rate,” stated Charles Billi from FOX 35 about the situation in Florida specifically. “That got our attention.”
All in all, a shocking 22 labs in Florida have been confirmed as reporting 100 percent positivity rates. Several others are reporting 90-plus percent positivity rates, with the remaining reporting positivity rates of 87.5, 60, 59.23, and all the way down the line to 27.66.
What this means is that Florida’s official statewide positivity rate of 12.5 percent is completely false. The 266,119 “confirmed” cases among Florida residents are also not real cases, or at least a sizeable percentage of them are not.
The whole thing is essentially a scam at this point, at least in terms of the overall number of infections. And yet the mainstream media is barely even giving a nod to this revelation, instead continuing on with its relentless fear-mongering.
“Incredible how much evil truly lurks in the medical community,” wrote one Zero Hedge commenter. “Hospitals, doctors, nurses and labs who have signed up to this extermination plan have all become Dr. Mengele. PURE EVIL. Avoid hospitals at all costs, they are now the KILLING FIELDS.”
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Sources for this article include:
- Belgian health experts accuse WHO of faking coronavirus pandemic
- BOMBSHELL: Former Pfizer executive says covid-19 “pandemic is over,” so-called “second wave” based on fraudulent testing
- Doubts raised on effectiveness of coronavirus antibody testing in the UK
- Air travelers hiding coronavirus infections to get into Hong Kong highlight reopening risks