Soon, the Entire English Population Will be Expected to Volunteer to Undertake COVID19 Lateral Flow Tests. There’s a Problem. The Chinese Imports Used in Schools Contain Cancer-Causing Ethylene Oxide, But NOBODY Has Been Told. Article first published on on 6th April 2021

United Kingdom, latest. Cancer causing Ethylene Oxide used on swabs in children’s Lateral Flow COVID testing kits. A statement is in today from Lord Bethell of the UK Department of Health and Social Care

UPDATE from The Expose – 4th January 2022

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We acknowledge that there’s an accepted and widely practised sterilisation process underway here, carried out within the strict requirements of an international standard – ISO 10993-7 – however the unaddressed and unresolved issue here is clear. It’s a very specific safety concern.

Please examine below the dedicated evaluation process carried out by the UK Government for imported lateral flow devices. This appears to be rushed, cursorily done, functional, and nowhere does the key area of public safety appear to have been explored or analysed.

Moreover, nowhere has it been acknowledged that – post-sterilisation – the cancer-causing ethylene oxide agent remains in trace amounts in the swabs that will be invasively inserted into volunteers’ noses and throats twice a week, on into the future.

No reassurance has been provided that frequent and repeated use of these swabs will not cause a cumulative, potentially dangerous…

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