RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A medical center located in the upscale district of Las Condes, in the capital of Chile, falsified supposedly performed test results in exchange for US$85, particularly for travelers who needed to prove that they were not infected.
Under the name Care Full Home, the laboratory specialized in providing home care services for the elderly. Following the complaint, Regional Health Secretary Paula Labra reported that she had received WhatsApp chats as evidence, in which the facility's staff offered negative PCR tests within an hour, without the need to take the test that requires a nasal . . .