China has been lauded for sending supplies to fight coronavirus. But 80% of coronavirus test kits donated by China give either false-negative or false-positive results.
According to Washington Examiner, Some 80% of coronavirus rapid tests China donated to the Czech Republic as part of the communist country’s global goodwill effort are faulty.
Corroborating the story, A medical official from the Moravian-Silesian region that borders Slovakia and Poland said the test “error rate was quite high.”
Also, a Czech radio site iROZHLAS, regional hygienist Pavla Svrcinova said that the tests give false positive and false negative results. The reports suggested that the tests only be used on people who are ending their virus-related seclusion and who have never been tested.
The Czechs went back to the older tests, which they are doing at a rate of 900 tests per day
Typical #Chinese quality.
— Indo-Pacific News (@IndoPac_Info) March 24, 2020
Meanwhile, A government official, however, dismissed the reports and said the “wrong methodology” was being used for the tests. “I don’t think it’s a scandalous revelation that it’s not working,” he said.
Another outlet, the Taiwan News, reported that China had “give the impression that the communist regime was donating 150,000 portable, rapid COVID-19 test kits” when in fact they charged some $500,000.
China has been under attack worldwide for hiding and lying about the coronavirus that started in Wuhan.
WashingtonExaminer reported that China have tried to answer the attacks with donations, offers of help to impacted countries, and a false claim that the United States planted the virus.
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