Just an hour after Joe Biden took office as the 46th President of the United States, the World Health Organization (WHO) admitted that PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) tests to identify CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus infections, or COVID-19, are potentially inaccurate.

In a report issued on Jan. 20, the WHO stated that high amplification rates alter the predictive value of the tests, resulting in a large number of false positives.

“WHO guidance on SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic testing indicates that weak positive results need to be carefully interpreted,” the report states.

“The cycle threshold (Ct) required to detect the virus is inversely proportional to the patient’s viral load. When test results do not match the clinical presentation, a new sample should be taken and retested using the same or a different NAT technology,” it added.

According to the report, most PCR assays serve primarily to develop a patient diagnosis, so the WHO urges health care providers to consider any results when taking samples.

The WHO has worked to conceal the truth related to the pandemic since its inception. According to leaked agency recordings obtained by The Associated Press, there is growing unease among scientists and agency staff over mismanagement by its leadership.

Thomas Grein, head of the major incident management team, criticized the WHO’s efforts in obtaining more information about outbreaks in Italy and elsewhere, saying they had “failed dramatically.”

However, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus tweeted on March 8, “The government and people of Italy are taking bold, courageous steps aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.”

According to an analysis by The Gateway Pundit, in March, Ghebreyesus deliberately released inflated data on the death rate of the CCP Virus.

Former President Donald Trump, who made the decision to cut U.S. financial ties with the WHO in April, criticized the entity for making sensitive mistakes linked to the CCP virus pandemic, which were causing “many deaths.”

“We want to investigate the World Health Organization because they really mischaracterized the virus. They didn’t take the call, they could have announced it months earlier, they should have known, and they probably did,” stated the former president, who eventually made the decision to withdraw the United States from the WHO.

Meanwhile, within hours of taking office as president, Biden declared that the country would rejoin the organization.

After attending a virtual WHO meeting Thursday morning, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci said he was “honored” to announce the U.S.’s renewed membership in the organization, according to Newsweek.

Republican Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) and Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) members of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, criticized Biden’s decision to resume relations with the WHO.

“Having the United States rejoin the World Health Organization without it undergoing serious reform is foolish,” Comer said in a press release.

“While China [the CCP] spread misinformation so it could hoard medical supplies, the WHO parroted China’s lies denying human-to-human transmission of the virus and Tedros praising them for their transparency,” he claimed.