Texas Adds “Probable” COVID Cases to Death Count – Very Bad Science

Texas: Collin County leaders are concerned over the new state standards that define COVID-19 cases. The new classification of ‘probable cases’ includes 15 possible ways to be counted as a COVID-19 patient without ever taking a lab test. Anyone who had contact with a COVID-19 patient and has two symptoms (even though many other conditions cause the same symptoms) can be considered a probable COVID-19 case and could be quarantined for 14 days. The inflated case numbers will require more patient monitoring and a virtual army of contact tracers. A positive PCR test result will no longer be required to determine a COVID-19 death, and all the probable cases will be counted as deaths as far as the public is concerned. The number of COVID deaths will rise dramatically – but will be as phony as a three-dollar bill. -GEG

LOOK AT THIS! 👀 Are cases spiking because they have CHANGED the way they are CALCULATED? Where is the MSM? 😮

Posted by Fog City Midge on Thursday, 2 July 2020

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