CDC Changes the Definition of a “COVID Case” for the Vaccinated
If you have been vaccinated the CDC only cares about tests positive at or under 28 cycles
If you have been vaccinated and test positive for COVID on a PCR test the CDC only cares about your case if you tested positive at under 28 cycles:
All other test positives will not be looked at in its “virus breakthrough” investigation.
Wow. WOW. @cdcgov only wants to examine post-vaccine infections with a PCR threshold of 28 or under.
That standard ignores 90+% of #Covid infections. The entire epidemic would have looked very different if it had been used.
"An RT-PCR Ct value ≤28"https://t.co/4G18gK8HGg
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) April 29, 2021
In fact, the agency plans to stop counting post-vaccine virus cases entirely.
But wait, there’s more! Certainly sounds as if @cdcgov plans to stop counting post-vaccine infections entirely. (If you don’t “monitor” or “identify” which infections are post-vaccine, how do you report them?) pic.twitter.com/plGfPuuFOc
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) April 30, 2021
As they won’t be counted it ensures post-vaccine cases won’t be a thing.
On the other hand, as Berenson rightfully points out if the COVID fanatics had been disregarding high-cycle “cases” as meaningless from the start they wouldn’t have had much of a panic to sell in the first place. Funny how the common-sense step of requiring significant viral load and the presence of a live virus only becomes common-sense when it becomes in their interest.
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