Covid-19 : politicisation, “corruption,” and suppression of science


  • Covid-19: Government buried negative data on its favoured antibody test | The BMJ

    The UK government delayed the findings of a Public Health England (PHE) study that question the accuracy of a leading covid antibody test just as it was about to announce that it had spent £75m (€84.3m; $99.4m) on buying one million of the tests.

    The study,1 published online this week at, is the first independent assessment of the test and finds it to be significantly less accurate than a manufacturer funded study has claimed. If the test is used in the community as intended, and assuming that 10% of recipients have previously been infected, around one in five positive AbC-19 tests would be a false positive, the findings suggest.