By the end of March madness was abolished in Spain, symptom-free people but also people who only have mild cold symptoms to test for Covid-19 across the board. The result: No more false positives that occur worldwide due to faulty tests. The incidence has now reached zero. In Austria in particular, the test corruption continues happily, billions of taxpayers’ money is being redistributed without medical sense.
The example of Spain shows very well how tests and “positive cases” are related. Whenever there was a lot of testing in Spain, there were more “positive tests”. This correlation is also known from other countries.
A total of 471 million Covid tests were carried out in Spain, which also corresponds to an unimaginable misappropriation of tax money. The fact that this test regime has now ended gives hope – at least for Spaniards – that the madness of the pandemic will pass. There are no statistics worldwide that show that the large number of tests saved human lives. If so, then this would have to be proven in Austria in particular, but the pandemic curves largely correspond to relaxed Sweden.
Spain had already discussed in January 2022 whether Corona not like the flu should treat. This was implemented at the end of March. (Report24 reported: End of the “pandemic”: Spain chooses the way back to normality). With the end of the nationwide test madness, the numbers in Spain also fell very sharply. The incidence on “Corona-in-zahlen.de” is even given as zero on yesterday, April 10th – but it can be assumed that there is a lack of data. The 7-day incidence there is 162.4. In fact, however, one is certainly not far away from this result if one looks at the course of the curve since January.
There is hardly a country in which so many absurd tests are carried out as Austria. Evil voices believe that there is hardly a country that is more corrupt than Austria. In a direct comparison with Spain: Austria has just under 9 million inhabitants, Spain has 47.4 million inhabitants. Nevertheless, even in absolute numbers on the “strongest days” more than twice as much was tested in Austria as in all of Spain. In comparison, for our German readers: Germany has 83.7 million inhabitants, but even there, a maximum of half as many tests were carried out as in Austria.