Oh, dear, the World Health Organization openly admitted in a Tweet that human-Covid transmission is not possible.
This comes off the back of another startling WHO confession that the PCR tests are indeed not worth the paper they’re written on as they create false positives.
According to the Scottish tabloid the Daily Record, the transmission claim was first published almost a year ago today.
The Daily Record writes:
A tweet posted by The World Health Organisation one year ago today has gone viral after stating ‘no evidence of human-to-human coronavirus transmission detected’.
The unearthed tweet, posted on January 14 in 2020, stated that early investigations into Covid-19 in Wuhan, China, found that it could not be passed between people.
The WHO later declared the coronavirus outbreak as a public health emergency a little over two weeks later as thousands of people began to contract the deadly virus.
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