There is a Twitter anecdote about someone who had himself tested for COVID twice at the same lab in Florida and was both times told he tested negative, but when he asked for the physical documents that contained his test results, the documents said he and the people he got tested with tested positive both times.
Just so everyone knows, Florida is lying about COVID tests. My brother and I went in to get a PCR test and when he called to get the results, they told us they were both negative. When my brother felt some symptoms 2 days later, he went in with my 7 year old nephew and got tested
at the same place again. This time he didn't call and waited to get a hard copy of the results. The person at the desk (who was different than the 2 days prior) handed him the tests and said they were both negative. When he got into his car and looked at the results himself,
he could see they were positive. They just straight up lied twice about the results. Lied to on 2 separate occasions by 2 different people. Doesn't seem like incompetence to me at that point. How many people have been sick and didn't know it was COVID and then spread it?
Setting aside the speculation about motives and whether this is malice or incompetence, and just looking at the claim made in this post without judging the veracity and whether this is an isolated incident just at this center or a systematic occurrence across Florida, is it legal in the state of Florida for someone at a medical test center to knowingly tell someone they tested negative for an illness when in fact they tested positive?