by Karl Denninger
Question: Is it possible to have the flu and COVID-19 at the same time?
According to Dr. Neisheiwat, co-infection is possible, but extremely bad luck. She would differentiate between the two with a nose swab test.
“And, it takes about 10 minutes for the results to come back to tell me if they have influenza A or B,” she explained. “If they’re positive for Influenza A, we stop — or B. We stop. We do not proceed to testing them for COVID-19.”
However, Dr. Neishewat also told Doocy that if they were negative for influenza, that would meet the criteria to be tested for the coronavirus.
Now COVID-19 tests are coming back negative more than 9 times out of 10.