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Fox 35 in Orlando is reporting that after investigating the positivity rate released by the Florida Department of Health, there were shocking errors found. Florida’s Dept of Health claimed that the statewide positivity rate was at 11 percent, but FOX 35 says it is wrong.
In the report released today, it says that “countless labs have reported a 100% positivity rate. Other labs had very high positivity rates. Testing sites like Centra Care reported that 83 people were tested, and all tested positive. Then, NCF Diagnostics in Alachua reported 88 percent of tests were positive.”
Like everyone else that reads that the reporters at Fox realized that there must be something wrong, we know that the virus is highly contagious. Still, even people that are in the same house with someone testing positive aren’t contracting the disease.
When the station contacted the Orlando Health system and the Orlando Veteran’s Medical Center about their coronavirus positivity rates, both systems reported that there was a discrepancy with the percentage reported by Florida’s Dept of Health.
The Orlando Health system was first reported as having a 98% positivity rate, which is off by about 88%. The actual percentage of positive cases is around 9.4%.
The Floride Department of Health claimed that the Orlando Veteran’s Medical Center was experiencing a positivity rate of 76% when it is actually around 6%.
This is just the tip of the iceberg as Miriam tweeted yesterday that we had had several people email us stories of receiving a positive coronavirus diagnosis when they never actually received the testing required to get a result.
Waaay too many stories coming to us from different followers about friends/family who've gone for Covid testing, registered, and then decided the wait was too long and scrapping the test, only to turn around and get POSITIVE TEST RESULTS IN THE MAIL. WTF.
— Chicks On The Right (@chicksonright) July 13, 2020
We know that corruption runs rampant in our government. We know that coronavirus has been politicized and used as a tool to help win the 2020 election by both Democrats and Republicans. We know that the numbers reported by government health officials are skeptical at best. Now we know for sure that the outbreak in Orlando, Florida, is not as bad as the media wants it to be.
Have you been given a positive result from a coronavirus test you signed up for but never actually took?
Final Thought: A man was able to raise over $100K to buy Goya products and donate them to shelters. This is how the silent majority answer the call and show support for those that support the President and his view of America. You are not alone. Keep strong in your convictions, and show love to those who disagree with you. The message I see a lot from people that left the democratic party for ours is that they wanted to join the “loving” or “happy” party.
As my grandfather always said: “Yelling at someone is like putting lemon in iced tea. It gets the job done, but doesn’t make it sweet to drink. Sweet tea with lemon on the other hand, now you are cooking.” Making a proper glass of sweet tea takes lemon (facts/truth), and sugar (kindness/patience), one without the other, and the tea isn’t balanced.