Spanish Ministry of Health Does Not Have COVID-19 Culture for Testing and Registry
Those who have been following the wonderfully written plandemic narrative will know that the CDC has never obtained virus isolates, which begs the question of what COVID-19 really is. In addition, it is difficult to find anyone who has. It doesn’t mean there isn’t something floating out there, but it is convenient that it hasn’t been identified properly.
Well, there has been news about the Spanish court recently having something to do with declaring what is already known but, as usual, it is difficult to actually find something substantial in writing. So, one must credit El Diestro for reporting it and to provide the document from the Spanish Ministry of Health.
According to the document (p.2), and please excuse my next-to-non-existent Spanish and Google Translate, the Ministry of Health was in effect forced to admit the following:
The Ministry of Health does not have a SARS-CoV-2 culture for testing, and it does not have a registry of laboratories with culture and isolation capacity for testing.
The tests, by themselves, are not usually sufficient to determine disease, requiring an expert evaluation of the person who has been tested.
One may as well state that all official declarations and actions regarding the plandemic are invalid, which is a nice way of putting it.
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