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Did you Know: Last Year Covid PCR Tests Were Erroneously Testing for Bacteria So Had to Be Recalled

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On 30 December 2020, QIAGEN issued an Urgent Field Safety Notice regarding a batch of their Covid tests: “In some cartridges, the reaction chamber that should hold the reaction mix for the SARS-CoV-2 target falsely contains the mix for atypical bacteria targets Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Legionella pneumophila, and Bordetella pertussis, and vice versa.”

It is the first on a rolling list of field safety notices (“FSNs”) from medical device manufacturers published since January 2020.  The list of FSNs is maintained by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (“MHRA”).  In the document below we filtered MHRA’s full list as of 31 December 2021 for device descriptions that contained the word “SARS”.  There are 24 FSNs relating to “SARS” devices, 15 of them specifically to PCR Tests and at least one relates to a lateral flow antigen test.

QIAGEN has issued five FSNs over the last 12 months.

Extract from MHRA’s List of FSNs published since January 2020

QIAGEN is a German provider of sample and assay technologies for molecular diagnostics, applied testing, academic and pharmaceutical research. Consolidated under the Dutch holding QIAGEN N.V., the company operates more than 35 offices in over 25 countries.  “We are proud to serve over 500,000 customers around the globe with QIAGEN’s Sample to Insight solutions … QIAGEN’s products are found in nearly every lab the world over,” their website states.

In March 2020, QIAGEN or QGEN announced that it was working to develop a QIAstat-Dx test kit to distinguish the novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus from 21 other serious respiratory infections. Per QIAGEN, it was partnering with customers and public health authorities globally to scale up its coronavirus testing capacity, and “make available the Sample to Insight QIAstat-Dx respiratory panel with SARS-CoV-2 detection.”

On 30 December 2020, QIAGEN recalled a batch of their “QIAstat-Dx Respiratory SARS-CoV-2 Panel, REF 691214”, which enables detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, as it was “faulty.”  The Panel was faulty because instead of containing the reaction mix for detecting SARS-CoV-2 it held the mix for detecting atypical bacteria.  One of the atypical bacteria the test was detecting, instead of Covid, was Mycoplasma pneumoniae – an important cause of upper respiratory tract infection and bronchitis/pneumonia, usually as sporadic infections or outbreaks through human-to-human transmission among families or in closed environments.

“False results could lead to incorrect treatment decisions that could set off adverse events linked to the nature of the treatment (i.e., use of antibiotics/antivirals),” QIAGEN’s FSN states, “if you have remaining stock of LOT 200218, REF 691214, do not use it … If you already used cartridges from this LOT, please identify the results obtained.”

We have attached a copy of QIAGEN’s Urgent Field Safety Notice dated 30 December 2020 below.

In July 2020, the US Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) issued a Class 2 recall of the same QIAGEN Panels but in this instance it was due to false positive PCR tests for Influenza A. The FDA recommended that positive results for flu A “should be retested with an alternate method and interpreted in the context of current epidemiology and clinical presentation.”

There is no indication how many Covid tests were in the batch being recalled at the end of December 2020, which countries or suppliers received products from this particular batch, how many had already been used to “diagnose Covid cases” and whether all suppliers stopped using the “false” tests.  But we cannot help wondering if any of these “false” results were included in BBC’s daily count of “Covid cases” and if so, how many? 

And why was this recall not publicised so the public were aware of the problem at the time? It’s almost as if monitoring true cases of Covid to “stop the spread” is not really all that important.

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GundelP
GundelP
Reply to  Richard Noakes
9 months ago

Thank you, can’t be repeated often enough. That part is especially interesting that she mentioned engineered bacteria but virus. In this way it make sense. We are with Dr. Lanka, Dr. Cowan, Dr. Kaufman, there is no proof for the existence of pathogenic viruses but only exosomes, besides due to their size and that they can’t be examined easily – during process! – under a microscope, we doubted any bio-virus (or spike protein) version of the covid tale.

Bacteria is another thing, it can be watched during ‘doing something’ during the process, then probably can be modified, too.

GundelP
GundelP
9 months ago

Legionella? Funny. That was our first idea. When we went rather ill during the autumn-winter of 2019 (!) with proper ‘covid’ symptoms (covid was not mentioned yet but later we read the symptoms like very long period of dry cough, etc), we thought a lot as the cats were unaffected. As it kept coming back and I recovered on aboard twice and fully just within 4 days, while my husband who stayed didn’t recover well, we were sure it was not a virus. It was here from the middle of Oct till the very beginning of Jan, after that it ‘disappeared’ and we fully recovered.

We looked for an environmental poison or other poison we could contracted and cats not. Cats don’t take showers, we do. Legionella attack due to ‘mist’, water evaporation. But of course that was just another C.Theory.

There is an IMPORTANT WARNING about a new covid test. I don’t know it is used in the UK or not (not yet?), but the warning is rather sinister.

‘…The reference is an undated FDA document titled, “BinaxNOWTM COVID-19 Antigen Self TEST.”  The Binax test kit is manufactured by Abbott.
Here is the key quote: “The Reagent Solution [included in the test kit] contains a harmful chemical (see table below). If the solution contacts the skin or eye, flush with copious amounts of water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice…”
Then the FDA document lists that harmful chemical: sodium azide.
Just how harmful is it?
For an answer, let’s look at a CDC document titled, “Facts About Sodium Azide.”  We find this statement:
“Sodium azide is a rapidly acting, potentially deadly chemical that exists as an odorless white solid.”
Then there is this: “Sodium azide prevents the cells of the body from using oxygen. When this happens, the cells die. Sodium azide is more harmful to the heart and the brain than to other organs, because the heart and the brain use a lot of oxygen.”
Yes, as with all poisons, the degree of damage depends on the dosage, but you decide whether “potentially deadly,” as the CDC describes sodium azide, signifies a significant risk….’

Full article:
https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2021/12/30/new-covid-at-home-test-dangerous-and-misleading-but-everybodys-doing-it-so-who-cares-right/

Last edited 9 months ago by GundelP
Purebloodpatriot
Purebloodpatriot
9 months ago

MSM is trying to make fun of people wanting to protect themselves with cheap and proven drugs. Ivermectin has been FDA approved for human use since 1996. It also beats Pfizer’s new wonder drug hands down, and costs next to nothing. Ivermectin doesn’t make tons of money. So they know the Covid shot is on its final gasp, so they take it add something different to it, rebrand under another name and charge 20 times what they would for ivermectin. I cannot wrap my head around this nonsense. When I explain this to my relatives they label me as crazy and ask me if I know better than science. I don’t make up these information out of my ass. All this information is true and proven. For some people it is near impossible for them to wake up. They are comfortable in their clown world life. If you want to get Ivermectin you can visit ivmpharmacy.com

Last edited 9 months ago by Purebloodpatriot
AFSHIN RASSOUL NEJAT
AFSHIN RASSOUL NEJAT
Reply to  Purebloodpatriot
9 months ago

Quit pretending you got it all figured out once you understood the profit motive. When you have the level of power these oligarchich/plutocratic entities have, you don’t wring your hands over the profit margin, you concern yourself with the CONTROL FACTOR.

AFSHIN RASSOUL NEJAT
AFSHIN RASSOUL NEJAT
9 months ago

MEANING………….
1) The entire last year of testing was a complete FRAUD
2) The entire pandemic scam based on it was a complete FRAUD
3) They are going to insist on a “do over” with a “new and improved” test
4) People will be culpable enough, stupid enough, or both enough to say “yes, massah”.

Arby
Arby
9 months ago

You click on the x to close the annoying comment pop up and you’re dragged down the page to the comments. Nice.

Arby
Arby
9 months ago

Let me see. You all know Klingon. The Rockefeller devotees are telling you that they made some mistakes and that the Klingon phrase that they used to say “trust us” actually meant “obey us” and you think that that means something? It only means something if Klingons actually exist.

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