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Nurse takes pictures to expose hospital of Covid-19 results

It has been a long and unending nightmare since the very first case of Covid-19 was recorded in the country. Our lives have been completely transformed, and the world as we know it has never been the same since the outbreak began.

It has been more than a year and three months since the Corona Virus struck South Africa, and the number of cases has increased at a rate we never imagined conceivable. In fact, the virus's first and second waves have already swept through our area.

The country is currently battling the third wave of the virus, which includes two other variants that pose a significant threat to human health and are even more dangerous than the original virus that was discovered in China in 2019. The virus was discovered in China in 2019 and has since spread throughout the world.

Because of the Delta variety, which was initially discovered in India last year, the number of cases in the third wave has risen dramatically in recent years. Several researchers have hypothesized that this particular variation is responsible for the current spike in instances.

The only way to determine whether or not someone is Covid-19 positive is to do a test. There was reason for a nurse to assume that the Covid-19 results were fabricated.

She covertly photographed two Covid-19 testing swaps, one of which had the words Negative Control Swab written on it and the other of which had the words Positive Control Swab put on it.

This piqued her interest because the test swabs were supposed to establish whether the findings were positive or negative.

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Source: mobile.twitter.com/Izwe_Lethu_2020/status/1415010896875769856

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