Spain, Czech Republic, and Netherlands are struggling to contain the spread of the CCP Virus (Wuhan coronavirus), yet another problem was added to their burden: the majority of rapid test kits and masks supplied by China are ineffective.
This week, the Netherlands recalled hundreds of thousands of masks imported from China because they were faulty. The country’s Health Ministry said those masks were already distributed to hospitals and they would put the health of doctors and nurses at risk.
The Dutch government has launched a recall of 100,000s of masks purchased from China because they do not meet quality standards and offer inadequate protection.
— Adrian Zenz (@adrianzenz) March 28, 2020
Czech Republic on March 23 revealed that up to 80 percent of the 150,000 portable quick CCP Virus test kits from China had a high error rate, according to Taiwan News.
“On March 18, as is the case with many of its other quasi charitable acts, Chinese state-run mouthpieces used the verbs “supplied” and “delivered” to give the impression that the communist regime was donating 150,000 portable, rapid COVID-19 test kits to the Czech Republic. In fact, the Czech Republic’s Health Ministry paid some 14 million crowns (US$546,000) for 100,000 test kits, while the country’s Interior Ministry footed the bill for another 50,000, reported Expats.cz,” wrote Taiwan News.
The Czech Republic received 150,000 coronavirus test kits from China. About 80% of the tests give false results.
Athens Czechs have gone back to traditional tests, of which they perform 900 per day. https://t.co/xCFUmnWMq4
— Andrzej Kozlowski (@akoz33) March 24, 2020
Meanwhile, Spain, a hot spot in Europe, which has more than 73,000 infected cases and about 6,000 deaths, the second-highest number of fatalities in the world after Italy, found that 58,000 of 640,000 quick test kits purchased from Chinese company called Shenzhen Bioeasy Biotechnology, offered only a 30 percent detection rate, rather than the 80 percent rate they had expected, according to Politico.
The Chinese Embassy in Spain claimed the Bioeasy company had not been licensed yet by the Chinese agency for medical products nor a supplier to aid packages organized by Chinese companies like Alibaba, the e-commerce giant.
The New York Times reported that since the outbreak began in China, many companies big and small that once manufactured other items are now in the business of producing anti-CCP Virus gear and the Chinese regime is struggling to enforce standards.
However, Bioeasy is not a fledgling company that has just jumped into the business. The company was founded in 2007, specializes in rapid test technology development, and the medical industry. Contrary to the Chinese Embassy in Spain’s claim, the company said it is “the only one company that is approved by China AQSIQ.”
“We deliver good quality, high accuracy robust and affordable rapid test kit all over the world, at or below EU/Codex MRL regulations, FDA regulations, Russia Custom Union regulations, etc. Validated by ILVO, CECALAIT(France), MPl(NEW ZEALAND) Approved by the National Veterinary Research lnstitute (PIWET), in Poland, and Bioeasy rapid test kit is also the only one company that approved by China AQSIQ,” the company’s website states.
China is sending medical supplies and protective equipment to dozens of countries to help them fight the CCP Virus. On Friday, Chinese leader Xi Jinping also offered President Donald Trump assistance to combat the pandemic.
In a tweet on Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York thanked Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications company that has been mostly banned from doing business in the United States over concerns that the Chinese government could use the company to spy on Americans, for donations of masks and other protective gear.
Thank you to:
-The Office of @NewYorkStateAG for protective masks and gloves
-The Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities in NY (@CICU) for ventilators and PPE
-JUDY for N-95 masks
–@Huawei for N-95 masks, isolation gowns, medical goggles and gloves
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) March 26, 2020