Tesla CEO Musk wrong about coronavirus testing: UC Berkeley expert
Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who has called stay-at home orders fascist and defied local officials over re-opening his Fremont electric car factory, was incorrect when he tweeted that high rates of false-positive Covid-19 tests help explain why the number of positive cases is rising while deaths and hospitalizations are falling, a UC Berkeley infectious-diseases specialist says.Musk on Monday tweeted, “There are a ridiculous number of false positive C19 tests, in some cases 7/8 50%.” He added, “This is a big part of why C19 positive tests are going up while hospitalizations & mortality are declining.”...
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Gadget guy or legitimate NFL quarterback? A look at what Jalen Hurts can do for the Eagles.
PHILADELPHIA — The question before the jury today is what, or rather, who is Jalen Hurts?Is he Lamar Jackson? Or is he Taysom Hill? Is he, as Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has suggested, a promising young quarterback with a unique skill set brought into the world-famous NovaCare Quarterback Factory to develop into a capable heartbeat-away backup to oft-injured Carson Wentz?Or is he simply a Hill-like “gadget” guy the Eagles envision using as an occasional weapon in their overhauled offense?In his draft-night statements after taking Hurts in the second round last month, Roseman insisted ...
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