Health Canada recommends 40 to 45 amplification for the PCR test, suggesting that 98% of daily COVID-19 case reports are false positives
Canada confirms it is recommending 40 to 45 amplification for the PCR test for COVID-19. INN24 has many articles reviewing the PCR test showing that amplification over 30 has a 98% false positive and the PCR test was testing load not infection. The daily reporting of COVID of this metric is completely unreliable and one we should not be basing actions on.
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Canada uses 40-45 amplification cycles for PCR testing of the COVID-19 virus. According to Public Health Ontario, if the virus is detected between 38 and 40 cycles, it’s an “indeterminate or inconclusive result.”
It cannot be confirmed whether these cases are a direct result of COVID-19 vaccines or other circumstances.
A recent article published in The Lancet medical journal explains that PCR tests can be “positive” for up to five times longer than the time an infected person is actually infectious.