'It is a criminal offence punishable by fine, and a maximum of five years in jail, for anyone to conduct a DNA or RNA test to determine whether or not, that person is susceptible to transmitting a disease,' Rocco Galati says.
'Our challenge to Canada’s federal and provincial governments boils down to this: after fifteen months of locking people down, isolating them from their friends and family, closing schools, bankrupting businesses, and closing houses of worship, show us your science.'
The official figures for COVID-19 deaths, and cases, are significantly untrustworthy due to the peculiar manner in which deaths are tallied for COVID, and the ineffective nature of the tests, which lead to false positive results.
Dr. Jared Bullard, who is the head of Cadham Provincial Laboratory in Winnipeg, admitted that PCR test results do not verify infectiousness for COVID-19, and were never intended to be used to diagnose respiratory illnesses.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will report only those breakthrough cases resulting in hospitalization or death. The agency also lowered the testing threshold, but only for the fully vaccinated.