Palo Alto’s Tesla Chief Musk tweets ‘most likely’ has a moderate pandemic case

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Palo Alto’s Tesla Chief Musk tweets ‘most likely’ has a moderate pandemic case

Elon Musk, 49, the Chief Executive of the world’s largest automaker by market valuation, Tesla Inc., said in a tweet on Saturday that he “most likely” had developed a moderate case of pandemic infection, though the Tesla boss had repeatedly questioned the accuracy of the tests.

In tandem, later last week, the Tesla head was quoted saying that the rapid antigen tests conducted in the same machine, had found him positive for the pandemic pathogen twice and negative twice as well, eventually raising doubts over the feasibility of the rapid antigen tests.

Tesla Chief Musk tweets most likely has been infected with pandemic pathogen

In point of fact, following dubious rapid antigen tests, Elon Musk, the world’s third-richest man to date and apparently the most-diversified mastermind innovator in centuries, wrote in a tweet on Saturday, “Am getting wildly different results from different labs, but most likely I have a moderate case of Covid.

My symptoms are that of a minor cold, which is no surprise, since a coronavirus is a type of cold. ” While being asked about his symptoms, the American billionaire businessman and one of the finest industrial designers in many centuries, Musk replied, “A little up & down.

Feels just like a regular cold, but more body achy & cloudy head than coughing/sneezing. ” Nonetheless, following Elon Musk’s tweet that had shown sheer dissatisfaction on rapid antigen test, experts were quoted saying that the rapid antigen test results could vary according to the degree of infection and based on the test results of Elon Musk, it could be said that the Tesla boss had a minor infection with pandemic pathogen, while the symptoms would more likely to evaporate in less than a week after in-house treatment.

However, the Tesla boss, Elon Musk had not mentioned about the results from PCR tests, which were believed to be more accurate than rapid antigen test that usually requires a presence of higher number of pathogens in the blood to be tested positive for the pandemic infection.