Cignpost Diagnostics, a United Kingdom-based Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus test provider, has said that the company plans to sell swabs that contain patient DNA samples to third party researchers.
Patients who took the tests to confirm or deny that they had the illness are largely unaware that their genetic material might be used in this way.
During the plandemic, millions of people were tested for the China Virus.
Perhaps these people were feeling a bit under the weather, or perhaps they simply wanted to get on an airplane to take a trip.
Most of the time, no one thought twice about having their nose or mouth swabbed to get the information that was needed for the individual to go about their business.
Once the test was complete and the results shared, no one thought about what would happen to the swab that was used in the test.
Those who were tested with swabs from Cignpost Diagnostics, also called Express Test, may want to think again.
This company states that they are planning to sell the used COVID-19 swabs to other labs.
The swabs, while they do contain information related to the Wuhan Flu, also contain something else that is valuable to researchers: cells containing the genetic material of each person who took the test.
Did Customers Know?
When a patient takes a Cignpost Diagnostic CCP Virus test, they are required to fill in a number of forms and tick a few checkboxes.
This links to a separate document that outlines the company’s research program.
The vast majority of people do not dig that deeply when they simply want a China Virus test to confirm that they can safely return to work or need to go get medical assistance.
It’s All About the Money
Cignpost has 71 locations across the United Kingdom, and since June of 2020, it has delivered about three million CCP Virus tests.
Each PCR test costs between $45 and $165, so the company has raked in the profits during the plandemic.
While customers were unaware, the company saved the swabs that were used, so now Cignpost is in the position of being able to sell this valuable genetic material to researchers, compounding the profits for the company.
The buyers of this genetic material are likely researchers both in the Cignpost company as well as other collaborators from universities or private research firms.
Third party sales will add to the amount of money that Cignpost has earned as a result of the tragedy and suffering that the CCP Virus plandemic created.
Who Is Affected?
It is unclear how many swabs have been kept in storage for these research purposes.
However, if one reads the privacy statement carefully, it is clear that these swabs and the genetic material contained in them can be kept indefinitely.
If a patient used an Express Test CCP Virus test, it is possible that the DNA could be used for research purposes for decades.
Government Oversight of This Process
However, the government of the United Kingdom is not just ignoring this issue.
The Information Commissioner’s Office, the branch of the government that investigates data privacy issues in the UK, is making promises to look into these issues.
In the United Kingdom, patients must be clearly and openly told of plans to use genetic material for research purposes.
What About CCP Virus Tests in the United States?
If you live in the United States, your genetic material is your property, protected by law.
That is why a court order is required for a DNA sample if you are accused of a crime.
However, those multipage privacy statements that most people never read before taking a medical test are tricky.
Theoretically, one could sign away the rights to DNA without realizing it.
Many labs that test for the China Virus say that samples are destroyed after the test is completed.
Consumers may want to ask questions about lab procedures before they take a COVID-19 test.