The truth about the at-home Covid-19 rapid test, toxic substances has finally come to light.
Americans have been alarmed by these toxic substances that pose health risks that are widely condemned by the establishment as a wild conspiracy theory.
And the time has come; just like with most everything else these days the wing conspiracy and fact has unveiled as the public health officials could no longer ignore and deny the danger of the kits.
According to the Gateway Pundit report last month, Ohio and Texas issued a warning after seeing an increase in reports related to sodium azide poisoning.
The Cincinnati News reported:
The substance is sodium azide, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s Drug and Poison Information Center has seen a surge in calls about exposures to the chemical since more people started self-testing for COVID-19 at home.
“We started getting our first exposures to these test kits around early November,” said Sheila Goertemoeller, pharmacist and clinical toxicologist for the center. “It was, really, all ages.” The calls to the local center mirror what’s been happening nationally.
Sodium azide, often used as a preservative, is a liquid reagent in several of the COVID-19 test kits, she said. Ingesting it can cause low blood pressure, which can result in dizziness, headaches or palpitations. Exposure to it can also cause skin, eye or nostril irritation.
The Cincinnati Children’s based Drug and Poison Information Center has logged 38 cases of sodium azide exposure, with cases peaking in January.
Adults exposed generally have experienced mild skin irritation, which can get worse if the area isn’t washed thoroughly, she said.
Nationwide Children’s Central Ohio Poison Center in Columbus also reported seeing an “uptick” in cases, as well, a spokeswoman said. The center did not immediately have a number of cases.
WHO7 also reported:
“Ohio poison control centers are sounding the alarm surrounding a liquid substance called Sodium Azide found in some at home testing covid testing kits that could be toxic to children as well as adults if used incorrectly.
‘Our toxicology community has been both surprised that this was the ingredient in some of the kits, and also concerned. We have seen exposure in all age groups,’ [Goertemoeller said.]
‘We are one of 55 poison control centers and nationwide other poison centers have been reporting a similar finding and there have been more than a couple of hundred exposures nationwide to Sodium Azide in test kits,’ [Goertemoeller explained.]
Poison control issues warning about Covid-19 rapid antigen tests.
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Doctors are now even advising parents to keep the kits out of reach of children because of the danger of the toxic chemical. Doctors also added that when testing children for Covid at home, it’s recommended that parents make sure they are supervised in order to avoid any adverse side effects from the exposure.
Below are the main side effects of exposure to Sodium Azide, according to Stanford Medical:
- Lowered blood pressure
- Convulsions and death (in the case of serious overexposure)