Veterinary scientist hailed for Faroe Islands’ lack of Covid-19 deaths

Debes Christiansen adapted his salmon-testing lab to test for disease among humans
Tórshavn, the capital of the Faroe Islands
Tórshavn, the capital of the Faroe Islands. Photograph: Feifei Cui-Paoluzzo/Getty Images

A scientist who adapted his veterinary lab to test for disease among humans rather than salmon is being celebrated for helping the Faroe Islands avoid coronavirus deaths, where a larger proportion of the population has been tested than anywhere in the world.

The north Atlantic archipelago currently has only one person in hospital with Covid-19 and it is one of three European countries, along with Georgia and Liechtenstein to so far not have any deaths from the virus. (See link for article)



This article shows how accurate testing could have prevented our entire nation being locked down. Unfortunately, true to form the CDC had to have its own test:

It appears the the CDC is synonymous with testing fiascos – something Lyme patients are all too aware of.