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Letter: True transparency

Around the world, it has now been accepted that the PCR testing has created a false picture of illness. This is no longer a debate.

But cycle thresholds are only one aspect of the inaccuracy of the testing, and testing is only one aspect of the inaccuracy of the story of illness prevalence. If government suddenly has the right to contact trace their people and dictate their social behaviors, then their people have the right to know specifics about every case claimed. Among the facts that should be publicly disclosed are:

• Was the person ever symptomatic?

• Did the person require treatment as a hospital inpatient?

• How old was the person, were there co-morbidities and what were they?

And, probably most importantly, the following must be disclosed: What was the person’s vaccination record? And what pharmaceuticals was the person taking on a long-term basis?

The answers to these last two questions may reveal correlations that shed light on where the real danger to our lives is coming from. Why would we the people not ask these questions?

If I am wrong, good to know and no harm done from further understanding. But what if I am right?

Clare Sibley

Steamboat Springs

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