On the day of Joe Biden’s inauguration, The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that a positive test result alone is no longer sufficient to determine a Chinese coronavirus infection. Now the communist-tied organization states that a second test is required along with a clinical diagnosis. Under Biden’s new administration, the sudden changes in the WHO’s guidelines will most likely lead to a significant decrease in the number of positive cases.
Not surprisingly, in one of his first acts as president, Biden resumed funding for the WHO and joined its “consortium aimed at sharing” the controversial gene-altering coronavirus vaccines “fairly around the globe”.
The new WHO guideline dated January 13th was updated and published an hour after Joe Biden’s contested inauguration coinciding with his executive order mandating masks on all federal properties.
For months, many scientists and doctors have criticized and warned that PCR test (polymerase chain reaction) practices are flawed and lead to an excessive number of coronavirus cases. Despite their warnings, governments around the world still implemented harsh lockdown policies based on large numbers of potentially false positive tests.
Joe Biden’s administration will likely attribute the drop in positive cases to his new executive orders which he claims are to combat the coronavirus. However, in effect the drop appears to have been a kind of planned “accounting error” up till now.
As reported at RAIR Foundation USA, a collaboration of media outlets and big tech companies called the Trusted News Initiative (TNI) led an effort to discredit President Trump’s coronavirus response. Furthermore, Hillary Clinton’s Accountable Tech organization is leading an effort to pressure Joe Biden to use the resources of the federal government to squash dissent on the approved coronavirus narrative.
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