Covid-19 testing conspiracy involves changing policy based on testing results that prompt extreme orders for preventative measures.
Rounds of testing[edit | edit source]
The farm came under scrutiny on May 22, when seven farm workers tested positive for the virus.
Spains’ Department of Agriculture began random testing on June 3rd.
On June 8, 20 samples were tested again, one of which gave "non-conclusive positive evidence" for the virus.
June 22 found five positive cases out of 30 samples.
The department ordered another test for 90 specimens. The results came back on July 13, 2020. More than 86% of the total samples, tested positive.
Order for slaughter[edit | edit source]
After receiving test results, the regional government of Spain ordered the Department of Agriculture to slaughter all 92,700 minks on the farm as a “preventative measure”.