Illinois: Hundreds Of False Positive COVID-19 Tests Reported By Independent Laboratory StarLab

December 7, 2020 | By Charlie De Mar | CBS Chicago | Source

“CHICAGO (CBS) — Hundreds of people thought they had COVID-19, but it turns out a local testing lab got it wrong – and the results were even sent to the State of Illinois.

As CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reported StarLab in Franklin Park advertises one-day turnaround COVID-19 tests. Their website even guarantees accuracy.

But the Illinois Department of Public Health said they found out Monday that StarLab reported 325 potentially false positive COVID-19 cases the last week of November.

And just last week, StarLab had more false positive problems.

The owner points to a computer glitch while processing nearly 900 COVID tests. Internal emails reveal the glitch wasn’t detected until 189 tests were sent off as false positives.”


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November 11, 2020 | Dr. Reiner Fuellmich | Video |

Main Questions:

1. How dangerous is the virus?

Infection mortality rate of .14% – About roughly the same as that of the common flu, so CV is about as dangerous as the common flu.


2.How much damage do the anti-corona measures do both health-wise for the world’s population and as far as the economy is concerned?

Damage goes far beyond anything that’s ever been experienced on a global level.


3.How much can we trust the PCR tests?

PCR test can not tell you anything about infections. The only thing they are good for is to cause panic.


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Dr. Reiner Fuellmich

Re: PCR Tests — “Contrary to official assurances they are completely unsuitable for detecting an infection.”

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“The most probable reason for false positive result is contamination of reagents, especially Taq DNA polymerase, with DNA which may be derived from a bacterial source. In bacterial cultures, nucleic acids (including ribosomal DNA sequences) are co-purified during enzyme production. Therefore, an enzyme may contain a source of contaminating DNA as a result of its manufacture and incomplete purification.” Link