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Tanzania’s president is blaming the sharp rise of Coronavirus cases on faulty testing kits

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Published on 11 May 2020 / In News and Politics

Magufuli, who holds a doctorate in chemistry, said the testers had randomly obtained several non-human samples on animals and fruits which included a sheep, a goat and a pawpaw and the results came out positive. The samples were given human names and ages and were submitted to the country’s National Referral Laboratory to test for coronavirus without the lab technicians knowing the true identity of the samples.

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