The lockdowns are based on surging “cases” which are based on positive PCR test results. However, what exactly is a positive PCR test result? What does it mean?
I’ll answer that and give you the answer to the most important question you should ask if you or a loved one gets a positive PCR test result. “What’s the Cycle Threshold (CT) value for that test?”
Sounds wonky but it’s actually really important to understand. A low CT value means someone is loaded with virus. A high value, oppositely, means less of a viral load.
Beyond a certain level the load is insufficient to either infect someone else or be of any clinical or epidemiological relevance whatsoever.
The problem? Governments all over the country and world are basing their decisions on CT values that are very high. Too high.
- WHO PCR 47 (!) Cycles
- CT over 35 is non-infectious
- Cycle Thresholds Too Damn High
- Corman Drosten retraction request
- Bad Testing Video Sept 1
- UK PCR positive standards
- Kansas CT cutoff of 42
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