Millions of people are labeled “positive/infected” who carry so little virus that no harm would come to them or anyone they contact. Ironically, the New York Times, after showing that the tests are at least a 90% failure, then recommended testing those without symptoms. [It seems that everyone is gaming the system.]
Mr. Cain had battled colon cancer, and it is unknown what other illnesses he may have had or what toxic medications he was taking. Mr. Cain attended the rally for President Trump in Tulsa on June 20th and would have been tested for coronavirus there. It is presumed, therefore, that he tested negative that day.
The State’s Medical Practice Board accused Dr. Jensen of ‘providing reckless advice’ on a news program by comparing COVID-19 to the ordinary flu. [Dr. Jensen is correct, of course, and If this goes to court, there is a good chance he will prove his case. Our guess, therefore, is that it will never go to court.]
Virginia’s Department of Health announced it now is counting the number of positive virus tests instead of the number of people who test positive. If 1 person is tested 3 times and all 3 tests are positive, the records now show 3 cases. Other states, including North Carolina, have been reporting numbers that way, too.
Illinois Department of Public Health Director, Dr. Ngozi Ezike, says that ANYONE who dies after testing positive for the virus is classified as having died from the coronavirus. “So, everyone who’s listed as a COVID death doesn’t mean that that was the cause of the death, but they had COVID at the time of the death.”