With the revelation that passengers were barred from boarding the first repatriation flight to Australia from India on the basis of testing positive to coronavirus, only then to test negative two days later, serious questions should be raised about the effectiveness of such tests. In fact, a court in Austria recently cast doubt on reliance on PCR tests as justification for ‘anti-Covid’ measures.
On March 24, the Administrative Court of Vienna upheld an action against a ban by Viennese police on a planned public assembly
The rally was due to take place on Jan.
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