COVID-19 Just Isolated in March

So what have they been testing for up until now?!?

March 15, 2020 — This comes from the Facebook page of the great Dr. Larry Palevsky. This is precisely what Jon Rappoport has been writing about for months – unless the COVID-19 virus is isolated, we have no chance of knowing what is and isn’t making people sick:


(1) A test for COVID-19 can only be manufactured based first on the isolation of the COVID-19 virus. If scientists have just now isolated the COVID-19 virus, it would seem there could not yet have been an appropriate test to evaluate who has COVID-19, and who does not. For all these months, what were people getting tested for? What virus was being tested? What were these positive tests really about?

We hear about all these positive confirmed tests all over the world, but what was it people were testing positive for, in spite of what has been reported? Only now that scientists have isolated the COVID-19 virus, can an appropriate test be manufactured to realistically check who has COVID-19, and who does not…… what have we been dealing with up to this point?

Research team has isolated the COVID-19 virus

(2) Potential False-Positive Rate Among The ‘Asymptomatic Infected Individuals’ in Close Contacts of COVID-19 Patients —

In other words, current testing for Coronavirus is unreliable!

4 thoughts on “COVID-19 Just Isolated in March

  1. Wuhan was just in the beginning of the flu season & flu combined with 5G quickly becomes pneumonia. They had planned on murdering people with only pneumonia when nature surprised them with this new virus. They obviously can’t tell the difference, between the flu and the virus.


    1. You may be right. I don’t know what impact 5G has on those in Wuhan who died from coronavirus. It is an interesting line of research that i hope to read more quality reports in this area.


    1. Thank you for this.

      The controversy surrounding isolating a virus, and whether the “gold standard” of purification was utilized leads to a a complex series of questions. I appreciate your addition tonthe conversation around thisnt topic.


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