The genetic sequences used in PCRs to detect suspected SARS-CoV-2 and to diagnose cases of illness and death attributed to Covid-19 are present in dozens of sequences of the human genome itself and in those of about a hundred microbes. And that includes the initiators or primers, the most extensive fragments taken at random from their supposed "genome" and even the so-called "target genes" allegedly specific to the "new coronavirus". The test is worthless and all "positive" results obtained so far should be scientifically invalidated and communicated to those aﬀected; and if they are deceased, to their relatives. Stephen Bustin, one of the world's leading experts on PCR, in fact says that under certain conditions anyone can test positive!
We have been warning you since March: you cannot have specific tests for a virus without knowing the components of the virus you are trying to detect. And the components cannot be known without having previously isolated/purified that virus. Since then we continue to accumulate evidence that no one has isolated SARS-CoV-2 and, more importantly, that it can never be isolated for the reasons we explained last month (read the report "Can you prove that there are pathogenic viruses?" on our website -www.dsalud.com-). And in the present report we are going to oﬀer new data that show that RT-PCR does not detect the so called SARS-CoV-2 as it is known, but fragments of human RNA and those of numerous microbes.
We have already explained the numerous problems that RT-PCR poses, recognised by organisations or governments such as the WHO or the CDC and by prestigious international experts such as Dr. Stephen Bustin who considers both the arbitrariness of establishing criteria for results and the choice of the number of cycles to be nonsense because they can lead to anyone testing positive. CONTINUE...
OSHA Oxygen Concentration Standards
Confined spaces such as utility vaults, manholes, storage tanks and sewer silos pose a hazard to workers, particularly when there is oxygen depletion. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has rules for working in confined spaces, including acceptable oxygen concentration standards and situations in which employers must provide employees with respiratory protection.
Oxygen-Deficient Hazardous AtmosphereOSHA regulations define a confined space as any area with the following characteristics: the area is large enough for an employee to perform work; access to the area is limited; and the area is not intended to be a continually occupied work space. Employees typically enter a confined space to test equipment, perform maintenance or because of an emergency. When the oxygen concentration in any confined space dips below 19.5 percent, OSHA considers this an oxygen-deficient hazardous atmosphere that can threaten life or health. OSHA mandates that employers must implement procedures to warn employees of the oxygen-deficient hazard before they enter the confined space and provide necessary personal protection equipment.
Permit RequirementA confined space with a potentially oxygen-deficient hazardous atmosphere is known as a "permit-required confined space" in OSHA regulations. The employer is required to have a written permit to control entry into such a space. The permit must include all information necessary to ensure employee safety and comply with OSHA standard 1910.146(f), which requires, among other things, that the permit specify the name of all employees entering the confined space, the name of the supervisor authorizing entry, communication procedures, and the equipment required for entry.
Personal Protection EquipmentEmployers must provide employees with air-supplying respirators such as a self-contained breathing apparatus or a supplied-air respirator with auxiliary self-contained air supply. OSHA regulations also require the employer to implement a written respiratory protection program to trains employees in using respirators.
Additional ConsiderationsOxygen concentration level is not the only factor that determines whether a permit-required confined space is safe for employees to enter. The normal oxygen concentration for ambient air is 20.9 percent. Any time the concentration level is less, even at 19.5 percent or slightly above, the employer must determine the cause. Toxic fumes from a solvent can make the space unsuitable for employees, for instance.
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Link to Document: National Covid-19 Testing Action Plan – Pragmatic steps to reopen our workplaces and our communities. -The ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION plan dated April 21, 2020 (27 pages) https://www.rockefellerfoundation.org…
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