Apple’s Steve Wozniak thinks he was patient zero for Coronavirus in the U.S.

By Richie on March 4, 2020
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – JANUARY 17: Co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak addresses the audience during Science Channel’s “Silicon Valley: The Untold Story” Screening at Computer History Museum on January 17, 2018 in Mountain View, California. (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images for Discovery)

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.

In a series of Tweets this week, Woz said that he and his wife Janet returned from China on January 4th, and they came down with a serious illness.

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.