16JUL2020. Ft. Lauderdale
From the front lines of the so called epicenter of the latest Corona virus scare. Over the last week I’ve been watching this mysterious rapid rise in virus cases reported. I thought strange but possibly related to the number of people getting tested. It would make sense if that was the case. More people tested more accurate numbers.
That is not what is going on. The numbers getting reported are so distorted one has to wonder exactly what is happening. Fox news out of Orlando checked the numbers reported with the organization reporting and found drastic discrepancies. Here is an example from their fact checking.
“The report showed that Orlando Health had a 98 percent positivity rate. However, when FOX 35 News contacted the hospital, they confirmed errors in the report. Orlando Health’s positivity rate is only 9.4 percent, not 98 percent as in the report.”
There are many other examples where the numbers don’t match what was actually measured. How is this happening? Is it the person reporting the information or someone at the Health Department? Are the numbers a human error or is someone intentionally tampering with them?
What makes this more interesting is how local NBC6 is omitting what was reported by Fox news focusing on the negative numbers that were not reported. To my eye it looks like a diversion. Forget about the actual numbers and focus on the numbers that they claim are not important. NBC6 calls people questioning these numbers conspiracy theorist. It looks like NBC6 is actually describing their own business with the headline.
“The relatively small mistakes that some labs made in not reporting negative results would have almost no impact on the overall positivity rate in a state with more than 2.7 million people being tested.”
Working with lab results on a regular basis I can attest how dam important any number or percentage of test results are positive or negative. After seeing this blatant manipulation I felt compelled to post this to raise awareness about getting the facts. Be careful where your information comes from so you can make informed decisions based on facts. Do your own research. -13