The Newly Developed Coronavirus Whistling Test Works Like A Charm

Written by Fannin Fabriano

Monday, 16 March 2020

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This is Oslo's Norwegian Silverware Factory where the WD X-13 was developed, tested, and manufactured.

OSLO, Norway - A company that deals in disease testing has come up with a test that has proven to be 89.7% effective in testing for the C-19 virus strain.

Dr. Bjorn Thor Steinfest, who has been with the company for 47 years, said that the testing device is really quite astounding. He stated that the apparatus is called the Whistling Device X-13.

The doctor demonstrated it. He sat on a chair, and took the WD X-13 out of the box, and put it up to his lips. He then blew into the apparatus for a full 55 seconds.

Dr. Steinfest said that, after blowing for the required time, the blower then whistles a tune of his choosing. He did note, however, that, for some reason, the WD X-13 does not work with rap music.

He disclosed that, If during the whistling process, all of the notes are in tune, then the blower tests negative for the C-19. But, if even just one note is out of tune, then the blower most probably will have contracted the C-19 virus.

IN CLOSING – The WD X-13 was tested on 191 homeless individuals who were born and grew up in Oslo.

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