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The state of California has tested ZERO people for coronavirus… all testing done by the CDC, which has so far tested fewer than 200 Californians IN TOTAL


On the “Immunization Branch” page of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) website, the admission is made that a total of zero people have actually been tested for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) because all of the testing is being done at the federal level by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). And thus far, a total of less than 200 people in California have even been tested by the CDC, meaning the true number of cases remains largely a mystery.

“At this time, the only laboratory testing for COVID-19 is being done at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) laboratory,” the page states. “If a patient is suspected to be infected with the novel coronavirus, public health agencies will work with health care providers to ensure CDC testing can be completed.”

Now, local health departments are supposedly “working in partnership” with the CDPH and the CDC to identify all infected individuals wherever they might be, and in turn make recommendations about self-quarantine or isolation. But if the CDC is barely testing anyone, despite large numbers of people continuing to travel back and forth between China and the United States – and during flu season, no less – then chances are a sizeable number of infected people are falling through the cracks.

As of right now, about 8,000 people are under self-quarantine in the state of California, though none of these people have been formally tested for the disease by the CDC. They merely displayed possible symptoms of infection that prompted health officials to request self-quarantine.

What we know is that only about 185 people have been officially tested for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) by the CDC, and the vast majority of these tests took place thousands of miles away in Atlanta. In other words, there’s really no telling how many infected people might be shopping alongside uninfected people at California’s grocery stores, for instance, or sitting alongside healthy people on domestic flights to and from other states.

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Hilariously, this lack of testing and corresponding lack of positive test results for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is the reason why CDPH is now publicly claiming that there is “no evidence of sustained person-to-person transmission of the virus in the United States.”

If tests aren’t being conducted in the first place, then of course there’s “no evidence” of such things. But just because there’s “no evidence” doesn’t mean that there’s no virus spreading silently as you read this, only to later pop up after the incubation period is complete to manifest precisely as the evidence that the CDPH currently lacks.

It’s not really the CDPH’s fault, of course, as the CDC is the agency that has assumed national responsibility for tracking the virus. And as we’re all witnessing, the CDC is doing a poor job at actually conducting the tests necessary to determine just how serious of a risk this novel virus truly is to the American public.

“Obviously there cannot ever be evidence of ‘sustained person-to-person transmission’ if the people who are infected are never tested,” writes the Health Ranger. “This now appears to be the entire containment strategy of California, Washington, Hawaii and the CDC.”

“We call it the, ‘Don’t Test, Don’t Tell’ approach to pandemic management.”

Be sure to check out the new Pandemic.news for more of the latest news about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

Sources for this article include:

CDPH.CA.gov

NaturalNews.com



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