San Antonio: CDC "Accidentally" Releases Man Positive with COVID-19

San Antonio: CDC "Accidentally" Releases Man Positive with COVID-19

The CDC has mistakenly released a patient from the Texas Center for Infectious Disease whose test later came back positive for COVID-19, says San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg. 

The patient was part of the group that came back from Wuhan, China over two weeks ago via a State Department chartered flight.

According to the CDC, the patient was asymptomatic and had met all of the CDC's criteria for release. Two tests, taken 24 hours apart, had tested negative for the virus and the CDC cleared the patient. However, a later test sample came back and was determined to be "weakly" positive for COVID-19. 


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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Spike4187 · 1 months ago
    I think to play it safe, anyone from China should either not be accepted into the Country or should be quarantined for a month. All these mistakes cannot be by accident. The New World Order folks want this pandemic to spread throughout the world so they can make their moves.
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    Glenda · 1 months ago
    Who among us think the CDC knows their butt from a hole in the ground? Thanks greedy mayor Ron Nirenberg and city council for bringing them to San Antonio in the first place.
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    Getsum · 1 months ago
    These so-called tests are at best 30-50% accurate; some are testing negative for the first five tests then positive on the 6th. No something I'm trusting in personally.
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    Lil'Birdie · 1 months ago