This Week In COVID: 1 of 3
“Don’t Guess When You Can Know.”
This is one of the most important ideas I teach my students preparing to become healthcare professionals.
In medical school, it gets drilled into us.
‘Get to the DEFINITIVE Diagnosis.’
‘Use confirmatory lab testing to be absolutely sure.’
‘Don’t guess unless you have no other choice.’
That’s what a good medical education does. It prepares you to be a critical thinker and organized, detail-oriented professional. This is the exact type of doctor that patients love, the kind that digs deep to find the actual empirical evidence to support the guidance they give their patients.
In medicine, getting to the definitive diagnosis is essential because it dictates the initial treatment and, in the case of COVID, the best early treatment for the patient.
The existing PCR testing (and now rapid COVID tests) have never been able to help the doctor get to the definitive diagnosis for these reasons:
1 – The current COVID PCR test registers a high number of false-positive results for a variety of reasons when the Cycle threshold (Ct) value is higher than 28. Yet COVID PCR testing is amplified up to a Ct value of 40 according to the FDA unless a person is being evaluated for ‘vaccine breakthrough.’ For those being evaluated for ‘vaccine breakthrough,’ the CDC wants to ensure there are no false positives that could hyperinflate their efficacy data for the experimental inoculations.
Here’s a screenshot for proof. This page has since been removed by the CDC.1
2 – The current COVID PCR test cannot determine if someone is infectious because PCR only amplifies (photocopies for lack of a better analogy) whatever was in the initial sample regardless of whether there is an infectious virus or non-infectious dead viral nucleotides. This is why PCR was never intended to be used diagnostically, because it simply can’t distinguish a live virus in a person who is symptomatic and therefore infectious, from dead nucleotides in a person who is not symptomatic and therefore is non-infectious. In fact, PCR could generate a false positive up to 230 days after a patient is no longer infectious, according to a recent study.2,3,4,5
3 – The current COVID PCR test can detect SARS-COV-2, but it cannot distinguish one variant from another. So, there is no way for a doctor to determine what variation of the virus you may have been infected by without additional testing known as genetic sequencing.6
Current COVID PCR Testing authorized by the FDA and promoted by the CDC has been a gigantic guessing game since the very beginning when the CDC outsourced and adopted how cases would be defined from the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists on April 14, 2020…let that sink in.
So, what helps a doctor get to a definitive diagnosis?
Accurate test kits, processed by highly skilled lab technicians, and the critical thinking skills all doctors are taught in medical school for investigating a likely viral infection. Here’s what we were all taught in medical schools around the world:
1 – Patients Must Be Symptomatic To Be Sick (& Infectious)
Why? A patient who is symptomatic is undoubtedly infectious. In the case of viral respiratory infections, clear nasal discharge, headaches, body aches, low-grade fevers, tender glands, and swollen lymph nodes are dead giveaways that the patient is infectious, and it is likely viral in nature.
No symptoms = No circulating virus.
No symptoms = Patient is non-infectious.
2 – Patients Must Have Blood Tested For Presence Of Suspected Virus (Viral Load Test)
Why? A viral load test confirms that an active virus is circulating in the bloodstream. With symptoms and confirmation of an active virus, the doctor now has the definitive diagnosis and can begin considering early treatment strategies to resolve the infection. Full resolution of the infection is determined by the end of symptoms and can be additionally confirmed with a follow-up viral load test showing that there is no circulating virus left in the body.
3 – Patients Must Have Blood Tested For Immune Response Staging (Antibody Testing)
Why? Antibody testing confirms that the immune system is fighting the infection and helps the doctor determine what stage the patient’s recovery is currently at. There are 3 stages for the immunological response:
Stage 1 – IgM Antibodies (Positive), IgG Antibodies (Negative) – Early Recovery
Stage 2 – IgM Antibodies (Positive), IgG Antibodies (Positive) – Mid Recovery
Stage 3 – IgM Antibodies (Negative), IgG Antibodies (Positive) – Fully Recovered
Stage 1 – symptom presentation is present, patient definitely infectious, patient should be isolating at home as we have always done for all common infections.
Stage 2 – symptom presentation should be improving, patient may still be infectious, patient should still be isolating at home as we have always recommended for most common infections.
Stage 3 – symptom presentation should be finished, patient is no longer infectious, and a Viral Load Test can confirm there is no more virus circulating in the patient’s bloodstream. Isolation is no longer required. According to overwhelming empirical evidence, the patient has full and lifelong immunity to SARS-COV-2 and all known variants.7
The lesson here?
A good doctor never guesses, when she or he can know.
But guessing is exactly what we’ve been forced to do since the start because we are being forced to use COVID tests that are inaccurate and aren’t designed to diagnose current infections.
Could it be that the guessing game all medical professionals have been playing is intentional?
Could it be that by guessing, the lie that this is still an emergency, can continue to be promoted as an unproven fact?
Could it be that guessing allows Joseph Biden to irresponsibly give even more of American taxpayers’ hard-earned dollars to testing and vaccine manufacturers raking in billions?
I couldn’t believe my ears as I listened to this clueless man’s Merry Christmas & Happy Doomsday address. On December 21, Joseph Biden said that Omicron is sweeping the nation…and that because of this the unvaccinated are going to die…and that this justifies him spending billions of American taxpayer money in addition to the $1.9 Trillion he’s already spent on the COVID response.
Now, Joseph Biden is intent on spending billions of American taxpayer dollars on 2 new experimental pills from Pfizer and Merck, that quite frankly have performed far beneath Ivermectin in both safety and efficacy data.8,9,10
So, I asked myself, ‘Is Omicron really sweeping the nation, or is this just a convenient way for criminals dressed up as elected and appointed officials to misappropriate more American taxpayer dollars? What does the data say?’
On December 18, 2021 (3 days before Joseph Biden’s Merry Christmas & Happy Doomsday address), the CDC published this graphic showing that 73.2% of all cases were now Omicron variant, while 26.6% of the dreaded Delta variant.
But that was with Nowcast, the CDC’s Bill Gates’ inspired projection model system, turned on.
So, what happens if we turn off numerical guesstimate projections that haven’t been right once in over 2 years?
You remember how millions in America were supposed to die in 2020, but didn’t, right?
You remember how the IHME and Imperial College of London, both heavily funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, were both heavily WRONG on their doomsday predictions?
If we do nothing else, can we PLEASE throw these guesstimate projections away for good?
But I digress…So, when we turn off Nowcast guesstimate projections, we get that Omicron isn’t at 73.2%; it’s actually at 0.7%.
Wait, what? That’s a pretty big range 73.2% down to 0.7%, isn’t it?
To be fair, when Nowcast is turned off, it does revert back to the last known confirmed data for Omicron genetic sequencing by the CDC, which was December 4, 2021.
But still, how does 0.7% in actual Omicron data on Dec 4th turn into 73.2% in projected Omicron cases by December 18?
What is genomic sequencing?
And where is the genomic sequencing data the CDC is basing this on?
COVID genomic sequencing is when a lab takes a sample that has tested positive for SARS-COV-2 using PCR. The lab will then take an up-close look at the sequence of proteins in the sample and match it to a reference sample for a particular SARS-COV-2 variant such as Delta or Omicron.
Now, the lab has officially confirmed which variant of SARS-COV-2 the patient was infected by and can report back to the CDC, who can then publish the data.
As you can imagine, accurate genomic sequencing is incredibly important when it comes to projecting how widespread a certain variant may be in circulation nationally.
The CDC claims to have performed genomic sequencing for variant identification on approximately 1-2% of all positive samples. It’s the data from these 1-2% of samples that have undergone additional genetic sequencing that acts as the foundation for their guesstimate projections in Nowcast.
So, if there are approximately 50 million PCR positive cases, then that would mean the CDC has performed genomic sequencing on approximately 500,000 to 1 million samples in order to identify the variety of variants circulating.
For months, I have been looking for where the CDC publishes the data for approximately 1 million samples that have undergone additional genomic sequencing for accuracy.
On Monday, December 20, I think I found it.
In Part 2, let’s take a look at the truth hiding in plain sight.
- https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/health-departments/breakthrough-cases.html (Since Removed By CDC)
Dr. Henry Ealy (Dr. H) is the Founder of, & Executive Community Director for, the Energetic Health Institute. He holds a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from SCNM, a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from UCLA, is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition by the NANP and a proud Jackie Robinson Scholarship Alumnus. He has over 20 years of teaching & clinical experience helping people care for their amazing body by unlocking the healing potential of Natural Medicines.