A COVID-19 testing lab in Australia accidentally told 400 people they tested negative when they were actually positive
27 days ago - By Business Insider
A man takes a COVID-19 test at Sydney International Airport. James D. Morgan/Getty Images
A testing lab in Sydney wrongly told 400 people that they had tested negative for COVID-19.
"These people had tested positive to COVID," St. Vincent Hospital on Sunday.
The hospital said it believed the mistake was due to "human error."
A medical laboratory in Sydney, Australia, falsely informed 400 people that they had tested negative for COVID-19 when they had in fact tested positive. St. Vincent's Hospital published a statement on Sunday saying its pathology service, named SydPath, released the...
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