Apple’s Steve Wozniak thinks he was patient zero for Coronavirus in the U.S.
By Richie on March 4, 2020
Remember STEVE WOZNIAK, the Apple co-founder who is from San Jose.
Well, he thinks he might have had the coronavirus and he could’ve been responsible for first bringing it to the U.S.
He said, quote, “I had all the right symptoms, and had been in Hong Kong at the right time . . . we had just returned from China [on January 4th] and may have both been patient zero in U.S.” But he can’t say for sure.
Quote, “I could never get a test [from the CDC]. There’s no full answer yet as to why many countries can test the masses. In Korea, they have a drive-through test. It seems that CDC doesn’t want to touch its ’emergency’ budget or something.”
For what it’s worth, Woz’s wife Janet later said that she’d been diagnosed with a sinus infection, NOT the coronavirus.
I have been through the same run-around with the CDC. I had all the right symptoms and had been in Hong Kong at the right time (returned home Jan. 4) but could never get a test. https://t.co/o7qPrShLgs
— Steve Wozniak (@stevewoz) March 3, 2020