The Journal of Infection, on May 31, published a new study by Andreas Stang’s team, reinforcing the view that mass testing to detect people infected with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus (COVID-19) is not necessary. Furthermore, the testing is a trick to exaggerate the obsession with the threat from the pandemic.

According to Becker News, in previous pandemics, the term “cases” was often used to refer to patients with symptoms caused by infection. However, since the Biden administration took office, the mainstream media has used the term “infections” instead.

Such a difference in usage of the term seems to be a justification for organizing large-scale CCP Virus testing, in addition to making people more afraid of the pandemic.

In a scientific paper titled “The performance of the SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR test as a tool for detecting SARS-CoV-2 infection in the population,” the team of Prof. Andreas Stang based on 162,457 tested individuals in Germany showed that mass COVID-19 testing was unnecessary.

The paper said, “In light of our findings that more than half of individuals with positive PCR test results are unlikely to have been infectious, RT-PCR test positivity should not be taken as an accurate measure of infectious SARS-CoV-2 incidence. Furthermore, our results confirm the findings of others that the routine use of “positive” RT-PCR test results as the gold standard for assessing and controlling infectiousness fails to reflect the fact “that 50-75% of the time an individual is PCR positive, they are likely to be post-infectious.”

Prof Carl Heneghan, director of the Center for Evidence-Based Medicine, in December 2020, underestimated the risk of COVID-19 transmission of asymptomatic nCoV-positive people. He was quoted by the BBC as saying that a person infected with COVID-19 has no symptoms, then after eight days, this person is almost incapable of spreading the virus to the community.

Prof Heneghan also said that the virus persists in the body of people infected with COVID-19 without symptoms for weeks, which explains why such cases still give positive results, thereby distorting the actual picture of the risk of the disease. This also explains the phenomenon that the number of COVID-19 cases increased while hospitalized people remained stable.

WHO’s data in January also shows that weekly “cases” are down 20%, despite the 1% increase in testing.