Is Covid-19 Testing Accurate?

Is Covid-19 Testing Accurate?


If you are not sick DO NOT get tested for Covid. The above video makes some points as to why not that you can continue to vet on your own.

However, a positive result on the test can turn into a negative one the very next day. Many people have experienced this, including Governor Dewine of Ohio state who was required to be tested in order to receive the President during a stop in the state. So, the tests aren’t accurate.

**Most importantly, when you agree to be tested, you are automatically agreeing to be entered in both the state and federal database for track and trace that most states have already implemented. This means that once you are tested, you will likely be contacted by your local health department who, at their discretion, can also send someone out to your home to check on you and retest you.

In addition, state track and trace in many states allows for the health department to gain access to your confidential medical records (in violation of HIPPA law) and enter them into a database that non-medical staff will then have access to! So, weigh these very carefully and research the present track and trace mandates in your state before even considering getting tested. And, if you are sick and think you’ve been infected with SARS-COV2, see your doctor to discuss all your alternatives before agreeing to a test.**

About This Contributor

Kedarji is a citizen supporter of community health freedom and a contributor to our content. He has spent most of his life being taught Yoga Science by great ascetics in the East. He has married his spiritual journey with his 30 plus years in the holistic health and healing field as both a practitioner and holistic lifestyle research scientist. With his 4 Pillars of Total Well-Being as the foundation (the Spiritual Power, Improved Mental State, Emotional Resilience and Vibrant Health), he leads students in an exact Science for both wisdom and well-being that is imbued with Grace. This includes opening pathways to vibrant health.

Studies In Preventive Medicine, Holistic Healing & Well-Being, Holistic Nutrition

He studied Oriental Medicine, Eastern Medicine and Iridology with Michio Kushi, his mentor and founder of the Macrobiotic movement in America. This included completion of more than 1,500 hours of study in Holistic nutrition, based on nutrient-dense, real food. He completed his studies and training, graduating from The Kushi Institute in 1979.

He also studied with Aveline Kushi, Dr. Bernard Jensen and Wataru Ohashi of Ohashi Institute and Health. Kedarji is also a graduate of Dr. Alan Hopkins’ Lab Masterclass where he was taught how to read and interpret biomarkers on blood tests and advanced testing.

He has completed an additional 1,500 hours of study with the top doctors, researchers and scientists in the field, in natural healing based on lifestyle medicine and the Whole Food Plant-Based approach to vibrant health. He continues to follow and monitor the work of these mentors.

Additional Holistic Well-Being Mentoring

Additional mentoring occurred under Michael Abehsera and Masaaki Yamaguchi, the founder of Souen health. Kedarji also studied herbology, botanical medicine and Holistic, Vegan cooking with Anne Marie Colbin. Victor Kulvinskas was also a mentor in botanical medicine. Each of his mentors were original pioneers in these fields.

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