Texas clinic accused of fake coronavirus testing
Prosecutors say the man running the clinic is not a doctor and the clinics COVID-19 tests are not as advertised.
the sign was nearly impossible to Miss Cove in 19 test results in 15 minutes. We saw that sighing, Nancy Serrano says. Hundreds of people lined up for hours, week after week to take advantage of that offer, including her brother in law. That same afternoon. We asked him how he was doing. He said, Thank God everything's fine. I just a negative and he let his guard down. But her brother and lonely got much worse, and the whole family got sick. He went to the hospital and, um, he tested positive recall bit. He did have Kobe and he's intensive care now. He's been there for a week. The problem, the Texas attorney general says in a lawsuit against the clinic, is at the 15 minute test. The clinic said could diagnose Cove in 19 was actually just on antibody test. That's a good service for Carlos. Veiga says the test here was faster and cheaper than anywhere else, but he now realizes he says he was tricked. The antibody test doesn't tell you if you have it. No, no, no weather. You can't Oh, you can't. It can only tell you if you had it in the past the needle. No answer at the door of Louise Alberto Kwon, who the state says ran the clinic but was not actually a doctor.