Over 400,000 COVID-19 cases in Canada since start of pandemic 1

Over 400,000 COVID-19 cases in Canada since start of pandemic


Epidemiologist Jean-Paul Soucy reacts to the news that Canada has now recorded more than 400,000 cases of COVID-19.

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  1. What you call “Cases” = number of fraudulent positive rt-pcr tests. A test is not a diagnosis. Stop the medical fraud!

  2. Due to complete absence of interest in checking thousands of air passengers from the hot spots for 6 months

  3. I’m really confused as to how they know they’ve had 400,000 covid-19 tests when they’re using a general retrograde virus test… Which measures a surplus of any viral load and will come up positive if there’s a surplus of any virus in the bloodstream…at any given moment a human being carries 100-150000 inactive retrograde viruses.. . How do they differentiate one virus from another? even the common cold and flu will trigger this test according to the test developer who said that this was not designed for this before he died this year

  4. How many “cases” were false positives? Do you count a sneeze as a case or do you need to sneeze and cough?

  5. The “dark winter” bio terror event will happen when they crank up the 5G. Leave the cities.

  6. I heard the Sherman’s of Toronto were murdered in a precovid coverup because they were going to let the cat out of the bag about the planned pandemic

  7. How many of those ‘cases’ were actual cases? As long as we’re still using a test that wasn’t designed to test for covid and hands out false positives like candy on Halloween, cases are irrelevant.

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