30 facts you NEED to know: Your Covid Cribsheet by Kit Knightly
In June 2020, Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, head of the WHO’s emerging diseases and zoonosis unit, said:
“From the data we have, it still seems to be rare that an asymptomatic person actually transmits onward to a secondary individual,”
A meta-analysis of Covid studies, published by Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in December 2020, found that asymptomatic carriers had a less than 1% chance of infecting people within their household. Another study, done on influenza in 2009, found:
“…limited evidence to suggest the importance of [asymptomatic] transmission. The role of asymptomatic or presymptomatic influenza-infected individuals in disease transmission may have been overestimated…”
Given the known flaws of the PCR tests, many “asymptomatic cases” may be false positives.[fact 14]
There is also no scientific evidence that asymptomatic people can infect others, yet the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) keeps stating this in order to force RT-PCR testing on everyone and declare them Covid +ve with this test that is 97% false. We have always observed over the decades that viral flu is passed onto others only after a person is 3-4 days into full blown symptoms. So there is no evidence as yet to state that the asymptomatic people pass-on infections to others. One gets symptoms only after infection is present. When it comes to weekly PCR / RAT Testing at institutions or organisational workplaces every week or every 3-4 days, it doesn’t make sense, as if this had any rationale, then a person could get infected a few hours after the test, so they could be carriers of the virus from the very time they collect their COVID –ve result and could be passing on the infection to others on all days till the next time they do the test. So employing this testing process in masses, does not prevent infection transmission at all, even if it is done every day. Doing these tests daily or even once in 3 days damages the para nasal passages and poses a health risk in itself.
This is the first ‘disease’ in the history in which asymptomatic people are alleged to have the super powers to ‘spread’ it. This flies in the face of Koch’s first postulate which clearly state that for a microorganism to be treated as ‘pathogenic’ it must be found in abundance in all organisms suffering from the disease (with the same set of symptoms), but not found in healthy organisms (that is, asymptomatic people). Click here for an interesting reference article.
Source: Awaken India Movement
How can asymptomatic people be a threat to anyone when there is NO proof that even people with symptoms can make others sick (MJ Rosenau, “Experiments to Determine Mode of Spread of Influenza,” Journal of the American Medical Association 73, no. 5 (August 2, 1919): 311–313)?
This is stated by the Indian Council of Medical Research in their paper dated 11th Aug’21. 
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