Turkey was the latest country to refuse Chinese coronavirus tests.
Spain returned their kits last week after finding them inaccurate.
The Chinese kits were only 30% accurate missing thousands of cases of the deadly virus.
Spain, Chile, Ukraine, Czech Republic (I think, it was in that region), and now Turkey. All say the tests China sent were only, like, 33% accurate.
Once is a mistake. Twice is a coincidence. Three… no, five times is enemy action. https://t.co/8Dc63fKb3D
— Raven King, building an ark before the rain comes (@RexCorvinus) March 28, 2020
After Spain and Czech, now Turkey discards faulty Chinese Coronavirus testing kits: Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca confirmed later on Friday that Turkey had tried some rapid antigen tests arrived from China, but authorities "weren't happy about… https://t.co/OXKq5kgShr pic.twitter.com/hA9CmTCCyd
— HJS Mumbai (@HJSMumbai) March 28, 2020
Turkey refused the Chinese kits on Friday.
There are news both from Czech Republic and Spain that test kits which are bought from China is not working at all.
Got 2 questions.
Are those tests the same as the ones we have bought in Turkey?
— Erhan KUL (@ErhanKUL_) March 26, 2020
And now The Netherlands recalled 600,000 Chinese made face masks after they did not meet standards.
The South China Morning Post reported:
Dutch officials have recalled 600,000 face masks manufactured in China because they did not meet quality standards, the government’s health ministry said on Saturday.
The news shocked frontline medical staff in the Netherlands, who rely on high-quality products to protect them from contracting Covid-19, Dutch public broadcaster NOS said.
Half of the shipment of 1.3 million supposedly top-of-the-line face masks – known as N95 in the United States and Hong Kong – had already been distributed to doctors and nurses treating the most critical Covid-19 patients, the government said.