Do We Actually Have a Test that Can Accurately Identify a COVID-19 Virus?Tests that can accurately test for the COVID-19 virus have been a hot topic since the pandemic started. I have previously highlighted the pharmaceutical infighting with each other over the lucrative COVID-19 test market, where it is admitted that some tests, in this case anti-body testings, are notoriously unreliable. This begs the question: do we actually have a test that can accurately identify a COVID-19 virus? It is a controversial question, and yet the official numbers of COVID-19 deaths are broadcast daily, like the score of a sports game, and uniformly accepted as accurate, never questioning the accuracy of these numbers. If the question does come up in the corporate media, the general assumption is that the true numbers are probably much higher. Where's the proof?