I have been questioning all along for the accuracy of the testing kits or processes used to determine if someone actually has the coronavirus or not. This is very important, as EVERYTHING we have had to endure in recent times - from the social distancing, lockdowns, job losses, business closures, food shortages, toilet paper shortages (!), and tyrannical government decisions to restrict your normal rights, is ALL dependent on the accuracy of the coronavirus testing and the resulting statistics.
The PCR test that is the main test, is not accurate with some studies showing that it gives a false positive result in 20-80% of tests in people who do not have any symptoms. The PCR test also returns false negative results too (that you don't have the virus, when you actually do) which is a much worse situation. The inventor of the PCR process has said publicly that it should never be used for diagnostic testing - as it was developed for a different purpose.
Published by Reuters today, the Tanzanian government ordered some testing kits, and on some suspicion, they tested some non-human samples and they tested POSITIVE! (article link here: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-tanzania/tanzania-suspends-laboratory-head-after-president-questions-coronavirus-tests-idUSKBN22G295?fbclid=IwAR10Rg-n8Qeoif92xTtyATptNJZCFVLXJ_DJLB7FRxLUt7Zm6oGOIVw67tI)
Their scientists tested samples from a goat (remember that the coronavirus is only transmissible in humans!) and some fruit (a pawpaw!), and both tested positive to coronavirus! This is not supposed to happen!
Again, the coronavirus test is not accurate. Yet we have all had to make massive changes to our lives and lifestyles based on these inaccurate tests. I hope in the washup of this pandemic, that there will be inquiries into the testing and reporting of the statistics to make sure that this doesn't happen again.
I wonder what might come out of this finding, that non-human samples test positive to coronavirus - that there might be government directives to not eat goat or pawpaw?!