- Elon Musk has revealed that out of 4 COVID-19 tests conducted on him, two were positive and two were negative
- Musk says the tests were done by the same nurse using the exact same machine and testing method
- Musk shared his experience with many Twitter users who posed some very interesting questions regarding Covid-19 testing
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SpaceX, Elon Musk has revealed that he tested positive and negative for COVID-19 twice.
The 49-year-old South African-born billionaire tweeted the news through his official Twitter account late on Thursday, 12 November.
According to Musk, he experienced symptoms of the common cold and had tested positive twice for the virus and then tested negative twice. So altogether, Musk had four COVID-19 tests done by the same nurse using the same method.
Musk referred to the testing situation as being "bogus." Not only was it the same nurse who did the testing, but the same machine. Twitter users took to his replies section to question the validity of COVID-19 tests.
Take a look at Musk's tweet below:
A Twitter user posed a question to Musk regarding the spike in Covid-19 cases:
In another news, the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 in Nigeria has expressed worry over the mental well-being of survivors of the virus throughout the nation.
The chairman of the PTF who is also Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) Boss Mustapha, made this known in Abuja recently during a national briefing, Guardian reported.
Mustapha, notes that the task force is, due to this, has beefed up plans for local response for the need to begin psychiatric treatment for persons who have overcome the virus.
He said that all around the world, there is a spike of infection to confirm fears of the new wave of the pandemic.
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