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Russia offers to supply WHO friends with monkeypox PCR tests
World health lurches onward
So much hatred and division in the world right now; so much misunderstanding and bloodlust.
What could possibly unite us during these increasingly dark and uncertain times? How about a new useless PCR test for a new global health hoax? That is an excellent idea:
Russia’s federal agency for “human wellbeing,” Rospotrebnadzor, proudly announced on Thursday that it had “received requests from the countries of the [Eurasian Economic Union] and the WHO European Region for advisory and practical assistance in countering the spread of the monkeypox virus, including the use of Russian test systems. If necessary, appropriate assistance will be provided to partners.”
According to TASS, Rospotrebnadzor emphasized that “[Russian] scientists and specialists continue to actively cooperate with the WHO and the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union on prevention and response to new epidemiological challenges, including monkeypox.”
After carefully examining various reports about this exciting public health development, it seems these recent requests for monkeypox “assistance” were relayed by individual states within the WHO European Region, as opposed to coming directly from Dr. Tedros (for example).
Which of Russia’s WHO-friends are interested in teaming up to fight ape-AIDS, then? For now we can only guess:
Meanwhile, Rospotrebnadzor has already shipped its fancy new PCR test to Russia’s regions:
You have to respect the hustle:
According to the press service, the Vector scientific center of Rospotrebnadzor has prepared 1,000 Vector-PTSRv-VOO test systems for shipment to the regions, which make it possible to establish the presence of a pathogen in a few hours.
The kits will be enough to conduct 100,000 PCR tests for monkeypox infection, Rospotrebnadzor noted.
“Primary diagnostics using these test systems will be carried out on the basis of 20 Rospotrebnadzor organizations, which will receive biological materials from people with symptoms indicating a possible infection with monkeypox. Particular attention will be paid to those who have arrived from countries where cases of infection have already been registered, as well as patients with symptoms of exanthemic diseases,” the department stressed.
Consider the following….
Around 20% of children in Russia live below the federal poverty level. The same is true in the United States and other strange countries. Obviously, this is a crime against basic decency that keeps our trusted leaders up all night.
“Hey, what can we do to improve World Health?”
“I know, let’s create a bogus test for an alleged monkey-rash that has killed 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001% of the world’s population.”
“Yes, I like that. Let’s do that.”