Chinese Company that Makes Forehead Thermometers ‘Jokes’ About Making Faulty Product for Sale in US in Order to Spread Disease

The owner of a Chinese factory in an online group chat suggested intentionally calibrating forehead thermometers shipped to the United States a few degrees cooler than what the actual temperature is. That way Americans who are sick will not register as having a fever and will then spread the coronavirus.

Zhang Xuandong, owner of Haofeng Electronic Technology Co. in Dongguan, Guangdong Province in China, says in a chat group of Forehead thermometer producers which has 178 members, “Produce some fake products and sell them to the US. They (thermometers) should read 36.5 ºC when the actual temperature is 39 ºC. In this way, more and more American people will be infected. Let’s see if forehead thermometer producers which has 178 members, “Produce some fake products and sell them to the US. They (thermometers) should read 36.5 ºC when the actual temperature is 39 ºC. In this way, more and more American people will be infected. Let’s see if they still have people left to go to other countries to harm others!”

Here is a screengrab of the Haofeng Electronic Technology Co. in China.

After one member sends three laughing emojis, Zhang continues to say, “Isn’t that a great idea? Without using one single solider, we make money, as well as make peace for the world.”

Another member says No, we don’t want to make money from Americans. Let them help and rely on themselves.”

Here is a link to information on the company.

 

 

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