Finances Working Group Report
We have been asked to share all the information we can find about the financial aspect of the PCR molecular tests, so here goes…
According to the “New York State Department of Health Covid-19 Tracker”, 82,057,636 (eighty-two million, fifty-seven thousand, six hundred and thirty-six) people have been “tested” for Covid-19 as of December 6, 2021. At approximately $100 per test, that comes to $8,205,763,600 (Eight billion, two hundred five million, seven hundred sixty-three thousand, six hundred dollars) gross profit for the pharmaceutical companies who processed the tests.
But that is for the State of New York, and we are concerned with New York City only.
New York City is composed of five boroughs: Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. It can get confusing, because each of these boroughs is also a county, and the county name is sometimes different from the borough name.
Borough of Brooklyn – Kings County
Borough of the Bronx – Bronx County
Borough of Manhattan – New York County
Borough of Queens – Queens County
Borough of Staten Island —Richmond County
The total number tested between March 1, 2020 and December 6, 2021 in the five boroughs of New York City comes to 37,488,422. The gross profit at $100 per test is $3,748,842,200.
We have asked the New York State and New York City Departments of Health to break down the number of tests into PCR/molecular tests vs antigen, but they haven’t gotten back to us yet. We have also asked for the amount of money spent on testing in New York City, but that hasn’t been made available. Therefore, we have had to estimate the cost at about $100.00 a test.
The tracking and testing program is obviously a huge money-maker for the organizations involved.
We tried to get a list of labs and vendors. We are still working on that but there is a list given out by the New York City Department of Education. The profits seem to be widely shared.
Our working group has researched the financial aspects of Covid-19 beyond the pharmaceutical industry. We have discovered an intimate web of financial ties to Wall Street, banking, defense industries, universities and to all levels of government. Although PCR tests have been and continue to be the engine that is driving the pandemic narrative, it is only the beginning of the story. There seems to be a huge world-wide restructuring of financial and political power that we are only beginning to unveil.