Up to 10,000 airline passengers may have been tested for coronavirus with reused…


Up to 10,000 airline passengers may have been tested for coronavirus with reused nasal swabs in a scam that netted thousands of dollars for the perpetrators, according to Indonesian police. Five people were arrested April 27 for allegedly washing and repackaging nasal swab kits and using them on passengers at the Kualanamu International Airport in Medan, North Sumatra, where all passengers must show a negative coronavirus test before boarding a domestic flight.⁠

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  1. Playing with peoples lives in tough times is so demeaning, it’s against the Humanitarian laws and the culprits must be given the treatment they deserve! Feeling sad for the people 💔😔

  2. Those same five people work for the government but of course they won’t say more do WE know that. I do thoa.

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