Are there any USEFUL tests for Covid?

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  • Sun, Nov 07, 2021 - 08:56am

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    Tomatoe

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    Are there any USEFUL tests for Covid?

With cold and flu season here, how does one tell the difference between a “regular” cold and Covid, especially if it is a mild illness?  There are so many testing methods out there, including home testing, but are any of them reliable/useful/non-damaging?  Any thoughts would be apprecitiated!

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    Mike from Jersey

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This is the one that I use.

Lucira

I am not sure that Lucira is good to certify for airline travel. For airline travel I use this one.

Azova

I can’t comment on whether or not they actually work. I assume that they do, but I don’t know. Both are FDA approved – for what that is worth.

Both are quick to deliver online/phone app results in minutes.

Lucira is easier to use, but more uncomfortable than Azova. Azova is more comfortable than Lucira but Azova’s customer support is awful and their software is poorly designed and clumsy.

I hope that helps.

  • Sun, Nov 07, 2021 - 12:04pm

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    Space Cowboy

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    Are there any USEFUL tests for Covid?

PCR tests are useful if you don’t exceed around 26 cycles.

My work tests me weekly with “Real Time” PCR, or RT-PCR. That will tell you which cycle the positive actually comes up on. So if someone tested positive at ~22 cycles, that’s a good indication of a real positive.

But if you tested positive at around 30 cycles or further, that’s false positive territory.

  • Sun, Nov 07, 2021 - 01:14pm

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    sketchypoodle

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    Are there any USEFUL tests for Covid?

I’ve heard about an Australian test that was developed a while ago, it’s a fast antigen test.
Not widely used apparently.
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-03-19/qld-covid-19-rapid-coronavirus-tests-tga-approved/100013896

  • Mon, Nov 08, 2021 - 06:16am

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    Are there any USEFUL tests for Covid?

The short answer is no because the virus does not actually exist. Covid, whatever you think that is, has already been shown to be initiated by the flushot vaccine as that is nothing more than a toxic insult on the body as are all vaccines. The PCR of course is fraud, and is being used in a fraudulent way in both the normal test and in the virology front of this fake virus.

  • Mon, Nov 08, 2021 - 06:20am

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    LtCdData

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    Are there any USEFUL tests for Covid?

The short answer is no because the virus does not actually exist. Covid, whatever you think that is, has already been shown to be initiated by the flushot vaccine as that is nothing more than a toxic insult on the body as are all vaccines. The PCR of course is fraud, and is being used in a fraudulent way in both the normal test and in the virology front of this fake virus as they are using dirty pcr results to build the virus from nothing. This has been demonstrated now as the entire sars-cov2 gnome can be made from a random clean sample of yeast.

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