Fact checkers claim it’s due to acidity.
by Paul Joseph Watson
A man who says he tested numerous household items for COVID-19 claims that Pepsi Max, milk and mango chutney all came up positive.
The individual contacted LockdownSceptics.org to relate how he tested seven different items using lateral flow tests.
Three gave a negative result, one gave a void, with the other three producing a positive result.
“I make that a false positive rate of 43%, or 50% if you remove the voided result from the sample,” stated the reader.
Water tea, and the man’s own saliva came back negative, Lee & Perrins sauce gave a void, but Pepsi Max, milk and mango chutney all came up positive for SARS-CoV-2.