Last Updated on April 2, 2020
In a secret recording produced by Infowars’ Savanah Hernandez, a doctor says that the coronavirus tests currently in use at his facility are only about 60 per cent effective, and admits that he does not trust tests from China.
Hernandez first pulled up alongside the doctor with her camera rolling, and told the doctor her name. The doctor then asked her to end the video recording, but Hernandez was able to continue recording audio.
“Your flu test and strep tests were negative, so both of those are negative,” said the doctor, who was kept anonymous in the video. “As you know, there’s always a possibility that any of us could have COVID with zero symptoms, or a little bit of symptoms, or terrible symptoms. You’re obviously on the side of pretty minimal symptoms.”
Hernandez then asked the if she should “end up getting fevers and chills again or if my cough comes back worse,” should she return for a second test.
“Let me tell you this. This is kind of a moving target, okay,” said the doctor. “If you did that ideally, if you came back to get tested, at that time at that point if you tested negative you would need to stay away from people if you’ve got fevers and chills and a cough.”
He added, “The test is only about 60 per cent accurate, it’s not that awesome. So you could test negative and still have it.”
Hernandez then asked the doctor to clarify whether the test is really only 60 per cent accurate.
“So you say the test is only 60 per cent accurate right now,” asked Hernandez.
“That’s right,” said the doctor. “Just think about it a little bit, too, you’ve got all these people mass producing tests. How quickly are they getting them, the FDA is approving them quickly, how much are they really getting to test them?
“I wonder what we’re going to find out later, to be honest with you. Like, how accurate they were at all.”
Hernandez then noted that she saw recent media reports suggesting that some tests produced in China are not accurate, and are in fact misdiagnosing people.
The doctor responded, “Haven’t we been getting that story for years and years and years, though? About lots of stuff we get from China?”
National File recently reported that China sent faulty or contaminated coronavirus supplies to several nations in recent days.