COVID Test Startup Accused of Telling Every Single Person They Were Negative

According to a local news publication, a chain of Chicago-based COVID-19 testing sites has told all of their customers that they are negative for the coronaviruses.

The company, which operates 300 locations nationwide, is being investigated by federal agencies, forcing it to temporarily shut its doors.

The Better Business Bureau gave the company its lowest possible rating: an "F."

If the allegations are true, it is an incredibly troubling example of individuals taking advantage of a huge amount of federal funds being poured into COVID testing nationwide.

The CEO of the company said that they haven't been able to meet all their commitments due to their rapid growth.

He said that they had made the decision to temporarily stop all operations until they were confident that all collection sites were meeting their high standards.

According to Block Club Chicago, people going to the company's various sites have reported that they tested negative only to find out they were positive through a different test elsewhere. Others said they didn't get their results until too late.

Many customers were sent a code that took them to a website where they could find out if they had tested negative.

Akbar Syed, Siyaj's husband, started posting on social media about his brand new luxury sports car, paid for with carbon dioxide money, the publication reports.

The axe throwing lounges were forced shut by the gov, Syed wrote in a comment on the August 17 post on TikTok. The account was taken down.

Syed said in a January 6 video that they stopped the testing about three weeks ago because of the overwhelming amount of tests.

The video was taken down again.

The Center for COVID Control didn't have enough resources to deal with the testing. Many tubes of samples were not labeled or were missing completely.

Was it a huge government scam to get federal funds to carry out testing? That is looking more and more likely in light of this report.

The Covid-19 Testing Chain has opened pop-ups across the US. It is temporarily closing due to federal investigation and mounting complaints.

The Omicron variant may have been caused by a Disastrous collision between COVID and HIV.

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