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The COVID-19 Test Wasn’t Meant for Detecting Viruses

Dr. Nick Delgado

Dr. Nick Delgado

Helping people with their journey to health, happiness and their goals in career, relationships and longevity.

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide, as of April 7th is 1.4 million and the global death toll is 81,000. We need to stop panicking and keep this in perspective - according to the CDC, the 2019-2020 seasonal influenza caused over 29 million illnesses worldwide and 16,000 deaths in the US alone. And demographics of the most serious and fatal COVID-19 cases from around the world show they all have similar profiles - these patients are primarily over 65 with underlying diseases and immune dysfunctions. While there are some cases of younger adults who appeared healthy but have ended up in the hospital from COVID-19, this is not a random occurrence - it is indicative of an underlying immune system dysfunction.

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The number of people infected with COVID-19 continues to climb, but what no one seems to be asking is how accurate are these numbers and the tests we’re using to determine them? How many of us are actually infected and how scared should we really be? I’ve done some digging and the answers may shock you.

The Test and the Numbers are Grossly Inaccurate

The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is currently the most commonly used COVID-19 test both in the US and globally. PCR was invented by Kary Mullis in 1985 but it was not invented with the purpose of detecting disease, it’s primary intended applications included biomedical research and criminal forensics. It is a needle in a haystack technology that can be extremely deceptive in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and the inventor himself argued against using PCR as a diagnostic tool for infections. “I’m skeptical that a PRC test is ever true. It’s a great scientific research tool. It’s a horrible tool for clinical medicine,” warns Dr. David Rasnick, biochemist and protease developer. 

The PCR test is so well known for giving inaccurate results that the CDC warns not to give the test to asymptomatic persons “because of the increased likelihood of false-positive results.” In fact, there is a famous Chinese paper that stated if you’re testing asymptomatic people with PCR, up to 80% of positives could be false positives. But the numbers aren’t just skewed by false positives, they are also skewed by how many people are offered the test and what condition they are in. For example, during the first few weeks of the ‘pandemic’ tests were scarce. As they became more widely available of course the number of infections accounted for increased as well, and false-positive results further increased those numbers.

Another problem with testing is that in most places only those with symptoms that are severe enough to warrant medical assistance are given a test.  The good news is we are working to get the newest Antibody Covid19 test kits, currently being used in Michigan. The test is inline to being accepted by the FDA because the test shows if you have had the virus and are now immune to covid19! The test misses only 30% of those who have had the virus. While the PCR test currently being used is nearly 75% inaccurate! Now the chinese PCR test has a newer case study that even if a person tests negative 4 times, by the 5th time the person finally tested positive! That means the test is extremely inaccurate. This is why I have ordered both the PCR test and the antibody Covid19 test to see if we can improve the detection ability.     

The fact is a vast majority of people infected with COVID-19 have mild symptoms and it’s estimated that 50% of people infected are asymptomatic. These people were not tested or accounted for when the case fatality rate was set by the WHO as 3.4% – a number that has been used to prove how ‘deadly’ COVID-19 is and to justify draconian measures to ‘protect’ us from it. This estimated fatality rate doesn’t merely omit the vast majority of people who were symptom-free or healthy enough to recover on their own, it also fails to take into account the fact that many of the people who died from COVID-19 were already very sick and would have died anyway in a short period of time.  The immune quiz we offer is about 50% better than either the PCR or antibody test because it determines if your immune system is strong enough to battle the virus, to know if you will be able to recover or perish under these conditions.

The truth is, viruses are rarely deadly. The majority of coronavirus-related deaths in humans are due to chronic diseases that hinder the immune system or cause it to go haywire in response to the virus (cytokine storm), and not damage caused by the virus itself. We need to stop saying  “Stay safe!” to everyone. We are safe. We have a powerful and intelligent immune system that is designed to withstand toxic, microbial inundation at all times.

If you want to learn the most effective strategies for turbocharging the immune system and protecting yourself against COVID-19, RSVP to my FREE Upcoming Emergency Web Event, on April 22nd, 4 pm PST – Coronavirus: 5 Proven Ways to Strengthen the Immune System

In this event, I’ll reveal the truth about coronavirus and share safe and effective steps for building powerful immune defenses. You can also take a free immunity quiz that will help you identify weak links in your immune system, at

Viruses are not all bad. Some viruses can actually kill bacteria, while others can fight against more dangerous viruses. So like protective bacteria (probiotics), we have several protective viruses in our body.

Protective ‘phages’

Bacteriophages (or “phages”) are viruses that infect and destroy specific bacteria. They’re found in the mucous membrane lining in the digestive, respiratory and reproductive tracts.

Mucus is a thick, jelly-like material that provides a physical barrier against invading bacteria and protects the underlying cells from being infected. Recent research suggests the phages present in the mucus are part of our natural immune system, protecting the human body from invading bacteria.

Phages (viruses) have actually been used to treat dysentery, sepsis caused by Staphylococcus aureus, salmonella infections and skin infections for nearly a century. Early sources of phages for therapy included local water bodies, dirt, air, sewage and even body fluids from infected patients. The viruses were isolated from these sources, purified, and then used for treatment.

Phages have attracted renewed interest as we continue to see the rise of drug resistant infections. Recently, a teenager in the United Kingdom was reportedly close to death when phages were successfully used to treat a serious infection that had been resistant to antibiotics.

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