Billionaire Elon Musk said in a tweet on Saturday that he “mostly” has a moderate case of Covid-19, although he continued to doubt the accuracy of the tests, saying “different results were obtained from different labs.”
He did not mention any results of PCR tests, which are usually performed in labs and are more accurate than rapid tests.
Tesla Inc. And Space Exploration Technologies .Jis Corp’s chief executive officer Musk said his symptoms were “symptoms of a common cold.” He first revealed on Twitter on Friday that he had obtained inconclusive results from coronavirus tests using rapid antigen testing of Bacton, Dickinson and Co., resulting in two negative and two positive results.
Kasturi, 49, has raised suspicions about Kovid-19, questioned the virality of the disease and claimed that the mortality rate has been overstated. In a tweet on Saturday, he said “coronavirus is a type of cold,” which potentially reduces its risks. U.S. More than 10.8 million people have been infected with the disease, and more than 255,000 people have been killed since the case was reported on Friday.
In March, Musk predicted that U.S. Zero will be close to zero new cases by April and did not make any bones about its frustration with the temporary shutdown order of Tesla’s auto plant in Fremont, California.
Rapid tests have been used more widely in the fight against COPID-19, but these tests are also known to be less accurate than the more common, gold standard polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, tests. – Bloomberg
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