Extracted from an article
Making a vaccine seem like it’s a huge success isn’t difficult for public health agencies. There are a number of strategies they could use.
Here is how the CDC the WHO and other agencies could do it:
ONE: Rework the definition of a “COVID-19 case.” Presently, the CDC absurdly allows doctors to diagnose a person with COVID-19 who has a cough, or chills and fever, and lives in an area where cases are being claimed. No test necessary.
So change this practice, once the vaccine is approved. Demand testing for a diagnosis. State that cough alone is not enough. Chills and fever must also be present. Require fever to be above 100.
These and other changes would automatically shrink the number of cases. The drop in numbers would be attributed to the vaccine.
This “definitional shrinking” was, in fact, deployed in the 1950s, after the introduction of the polio vaccine.
TWO: Order a change in the way the PCR diagnostic test is done. The practice of amplifying the original test sample . . .