Q: Can I refuse a PCR test for “COVID” before surgery? The test cannot detect infectious disease and there is class action
The hospital is trying to force me to get a PCR test before a surgery. There is currently a class action lawsuit being filed by Dr. for Crimes Against Humanity as the maker of this test Kary said it cannot detect infectious disease. I do not consent and I need surgery. There is no law that people voted for regarding this test or any of these mandates like masks. The Constitution also does not have a "disease" rider which allows our rights to be violated due to any alleged disease. Please advise.
A: A hospital isn't obligated to operate on anyone who doesn't follow their protocols. You can ask for a different hospital but none of them are required to abide by your concerns. You have no Constitutional Right that forces anyone to give you medical treatment, especially under your terms.
You should be aware that the PCR test is an accepted test. https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/coronavirus-disease-2019-testing-basics
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