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COVID-19: kids are using soft drinks to fake positive tests – I've worked out the science and how to spot it

By Mark Lorch, Professor of Science Communication and Chemistry, University of Hull
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Children are always going to find cunning ways to bunk off school, and the latest trick is to fake a positive COVID-19 lateral flow test (LFT) using soft drinks. So how are fruit juices, cola and devious kids fooling the tests and is there a way to tell a fake positive result from a real one? I’ve tried to find out.

First, I thought it best to check the claims, so I cracked open bottles of cola and orange juice, then deposited a few drops directly…


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