The CDC is replacing the PCR test on January 1, 2022 with a “new and better” COVID-19 test.


The new SARS-COV-2 test that will replace the old PCR test is not “new” or “better.” It purports to be able to identify many more viruses in a person’s body, opening the door for the government to declare a person ill with every virus it finds, to result in a vaccination for each of those viruses. It uses the same PCR thermocycler as the old test.

The old PCR test, once it was thoroughly researched, turned out to be completely worthless. It had been claimed that the old PCR test was using a sequence of the SARS-COV-2 virus, although they never had the original full virus. The only way the PCR test could be valid was if that sequence were completely unique to that virus and not duplicated anywhere else. But once that sequence was compared to all the sequences in the genome database, it was discovered that there were 90 human sequences and 90 microbe sequences that were identical to what was being offered as a piece, or sequence, of the SARS-COV-2 virus. Because there were so many other identical sequences, however, there was simply no way for the PCR test to determine whether it was identifying the SARS-COV-2 virus sequence, or any of the many other identical sequences that had been identified.