Despite the fact the federal government is no longer demanding a swab go up the noses of Americans to test for COVID, SARS-CoV-2 will still be tracked around the United States through the sewer pipes leaving households nationwide. Google will ultimately carry out the task through its sister company Alphabet’s data and solutions company Verily.
Remember being knee-deep in the hysteria driving the COVID-19 pandemic, with COVID testing mandated before the Biden administration authorized engagement in almost every activity? That memory will not soon go away. Still, many may not remember that when the pandemic emerged, as luck would have it, Google and Verily were already involved in a project with Duke University School of Medicine and Stanford Medicine to “map the many factors that influence human health.”
Therefore, in February 2020, as Fauci and others conspired to hide facts and exacerbate the pandemic, Verily skillfully partnered with federal and state governments and employers to manage coronavirus testing, rolling out a community-based COVID-19 testing program in California that quickly expanded across the country.
The lucrative arrangement saw the company receiving payments of $340 per test. Presently, with Verily’s lucrative COVID testing program (which was part of its massive Project Baseline study) no longer a practicable government-funded revenue stream, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conveniently just tapped Verily to oversee its National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS), which was put in place in 2020 to track the presence of SARS-CoV-2 nationwide.
On Oct. 2, 2023, in its first contract with the CDC—financed by the American taxpayer—Verily secured a $38 million deal with the CDC to conduct national wastewater monitoring. As reported by STAT, Verily laboratories will provide NWSS sites with wastewater testing services to track the presence of pathogens, including SARS-CoV-2 and MPXV (formerly known as monkeypox virus) in wastewater samples at up to 400 sites across the United States, including US territories and tribal lands. In an Oct. 2 press release announcing the partnership, Principal Scientist for Verily Wastewater, Bradley White, Ph.D., remarked:
“By testing wastewater samples from just a few hundred wastewater treatment plants, we can gain insights into the health of tens of millions of people and truly begin to understand infectious disease dynamics at scale. We’re excited to support the CDC in their efforts to further understand and detect the spread of infectious diseases, including COVID-19 and Mpox, across the country.”
STAT explained that under the five-year contract, Verily will use its South San Francisco lab, which it built for coronavirus testing, to return the data to CDC within 36 hours of collecting samples. The contract is currently limited to SARS-CoV-2 and MPXV, but company leaders indicate they are ready to analyze additional pathogens if needed. Indeed, besides SARS-CoV-2 and its many variants, Verily’s Wastewater Testing Dashboard shows that its WastewaterSCAN program also lists Influenza A, Influenza B, RSV, hMPV, and Norovirus Gii.
It is well-known that in addition to censoring the news that makes its way to its users, Google, in cahoots with the CDC and other government agencies, also tracks the online activity of humanity. With a rapidly growing list of pathogens detectable in wastewater, the mega-company is now straining to steer the future of disease tracking down the drain—literally.
Without a doubt, thanks to COVID-19, wastewater monitoring is catching on around the globe and will likely be used to move a pathogen to potential pandemic status. According to the University of California, Merced’s COVIDPoops19 dashboard, 4,646 testing sites exist in 72 countries. Is humanity onboard with having its wastewater tested for pathogens? And if a pathogen is detected, what will be the result? Lockdowns and mandatory quarantine?
Knowing that the same sinister group of deep-state operatives behind online surveillance, censoring the truth, the mRNA vaccines, and a long list of other corrupt moves are behind wastewater tracking does not indicate a plan for the greater good. Instead, it highlights the dark road society is headed down. Indeed, the Lancet recently published an article titled “Wastewater monitoring can anchor global disease surveillance systems.” Funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, the study fits perfectly with the global health control narrative of alliances like the World Health Organization, concluding:
“As the world re-commits to improving global disease surveillance systems, countries must consider the role of innovative approaches such as wastewater monitoring to overcome shortcomings that the COVID-19 pandemic revealed.
Finally, with additional leadership and investments to connect disparate efforts and develop adaptable implementation frameworks, the many individual wastewater initiatives that now exist can coalesce into an integrated, sustainable network for disease surveillance that minimizes the risk of overlooking or underestimating future emerging global health threats.”