CES might have helped spread COVID-19 throughout the U.S.

CES might have helped spread COVID-19 throughout the U.S.

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas might have been a catalyst in helping to spread the coronavirus throughout the U.S. And, according to APM Reports, an investigative news publication, there’s new evidence to prove it. 

On Monday, Michael Webber, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, tested positive for antibodies for Covid-19. While it’s now been months since CES was held, he’d fallen ill shortly after coming back from the convention in January.

The report goes on to note that he wasn’t the only one who felt sick shortly after attending CES. APM Reports spoke to multiple attendees who confirmed they also felt sick after the conference — though they’re still waiting on results for antibody tests. Read more…

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