Dear Department of Health and Social Care,
According to The Daily Telegraph (May 21, 2020): “samples taken from the same patient are being recorded as two separate tests in the Government’s official figures”.
“Tens of thousands of Covid-19 tests have been double-counted in the Government’s official tally, public health officials have admitted.”
“Diagnostic tests which involve taking saliva and nasal samples from the same patient are being counted as two tests, not one.
"The Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England each confirmed the double-counting. This inflates the daily reported diagnostic test numbers by over 20 per cent, with that proportion being much higher earlier on in the crisis before home test kits were added to the daily totals.”
According to Professor Michel Chossudovsky, writing at the centre for Global Research, "This is not a “mistake” or “incompetence”.
"It is a deliberate intent to falsify the data and inflate the number of positive cases with a view to sustaining the corona fear campaign."
In the light of these revelations and the forced resignation of the now disgraced government "adviser" Prof Neil Ferguson after his computer models regarding the alleged number of projected deaths due to "CoVid19" were proven to be bogus and false was the basis for official pretext for the draconian lockdown and complete shutdown of the economy, under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (2000), please provide legislation and documented guidelines and regulations issued to healthcare officials in respect of data collection with specific regard to CoVid19 testing.
Bearing in mind that both Ferguson and Imperial College are on the payroll of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation which is the second biggest financial contributor to the WHO and pushing aggressively for a mandatory global corona virus vaccine, please explain how this fraudulent methodology of data collection is not fatally compromised with regard to its fidelity, due diligence and, crucially, duty of care: the brazen falsification of data collection in violation of Privacy and GDPR legislation to create a blatantly bogus narrative to justify the roll out of medical martial law.
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