Normality By January?

Boris Johnson is set to buy millions of rapid response coronavirus tests to let the public back into sporting events and concerts by January.

The test will make up a crucial element of the Government’s mass testing programme for the nation and would just cost £5.

If rolled out, the test could deliver a result in just 15 minutes and permit the public to have some semblance of freedom.

Once receiving the result, the public could be given something along the lines of a freedom pass to move freely across their town or city.

However, if the tests are rolled out across the country, experts have cautioned that the public must be given lessons on how to use the kit accurately.

The Government has placed an order of about 60 million rapid test kits by January, with a further 192 million secured by March.

This kind of new rapid result test is based on what’s called a lateral flow test.

Lateral flow tests are presently undergoing evaluation and a study by Oxford University and Public Health England found the test to deliver 95 per cent efficiency in cases with an increased viral load.

In contrast, the performance fell to 77 per cent of people with a lower viral load.

Sir John Bell, regius professor of medicine at Oxford University, said that these affordable, easy to use tests can play a significant role in the war against COVID 19.

He said they identify those who are likely to spread the infection and when used systematically in mass testing, could decrease transmissions by 90 per cent and that they would be detecting the disease in large numbers of people who have never previously even received a test.

Crucially, lateral flow tests can be used at a testing site and need no laboratory equipment and have been used in a two week pilot in Liverpool and under the report by Oxford University and PHE’s Porton Down laboratory, 40 different lateral flow devices were put forward.

Of that number, six moved to phase three trials with the Innova SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Qualitative Test now approaching completion of the four-stage process.

Once rolled out after the trial in Liverpool, the lateral flow tests could be used to help determine those who are asymptomatic and thus, help lower the R rate.

Sue Hopkins, the chief medical adviser for the NHS Test and Trace system, said that the test was proving to be accurate and reliable.

But are we gradually being manipulated into what is being planned out for us?

Many will sneer and have a good chuckle, but it appears that all those predictions are coming true, and maybe some of us out there should spread the word, ignore the scorn and ill-informed counter-arguments.

Freedom passes – so to stroll around and do everyday activity we need a permit – just to breathe fresh air – a special privilege that will be extended to us, if we’re fortunate and aren’t the Government kind enough to allow it?

But remember folks, you’re already free, you don’t need a pass to prove it, but there will be people out there gullible enough to believe it, and I never thought in society that intelligent people could be so brainwashed to this extent.

There will never be a normal again, we’ve been manipulated and this is a problem, reaction, solution and the pandemic has been massively fuelled by the media. They’re exploiting the figures and feeding it to the public as the truth.

Are we becoming a fascist state? And a test site for a one-world nation – because it seems it’s being forced onto us disguised as something for our own good and we’ll only become that kind of society if we let it happen.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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