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Катрина Эми Александра Алексис Прайс (родилась 22 мая 1978 года), ранее известная под псевдонимом Джордан, является английской медийной личностью, моделью, бизнес-леди, певицей и писателем. В 1996 году Прайс приобрела известность благодаря своей гламурной модельной работе, появившейся на страницах 3 британских таблоидов The Sun и The Daily Star. Она появилась в третьей серии "Я знаменитость ... Вытащи меня отсюда!" в 2004 и в следующем году она заняла второе место в поисках заявки на участие в конкурсе песни Евровидение в Великобритании.

В 2006 году Прайс выпустила свой дебютный студийный альбом A Whole New World в сотрудничестве с Питером Андре. Она снялась в своих собственных реалити-шоу, включая «Джордан» (2002–2004 годы), «Кэти и Питер» (2004–2009 годы), «Подпись Кэти Прайс» (2011 год), «Кэти Прайс» (2009–2012 годы) и «Кэти Прайс: моя сумасшедшая жизнь» (2019 год). , Цена появилась на девятой серии I ' ма знаменитости ... вытащить меня отсюда! в 2009 году и был победителем пятнадцатой серии знаменитостей Big Brother в 2015 году.

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How tap water and fizzy juice can give a false positive Covid test according to NHS doctor

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An NHS doctor took to the social media platform TikTok to explain how tap water and other soft drinks are showing up false positives for Covid-19 lateral flow test results.

Conspiracy theorists have used these findings as a justification that the pandemic, which began in the UK in March 2020, is a hoax or that there are less cases than what is being reported.Teesside Live reports that false positive results can be showed if the person carries out an antigen test incorrectly, which NHS medic Dr Karan Rangarajan detailed.

Dr Rangarajan, who is known as Dr Rajan on TikTok, recently took to the site to reveal why this happens after beingc challenged by a follower.In a clip, which has been viewed more than six million times, Dr Rangarajan, who is known for unravelling health myths on TikTok, could be seen splashing tap water on an antigen test before bringing up a positive result."First we need to look inside the lateral flow device," he said, before lifting the front casing off the test. "This grey box and the portion just above it contain antibodies that are sensitive to the Covid-19 virus."If you use things like soda, tap water and fizzy drinks, that's going to provide an altered pH, which will affect the function of the antibodies on the test line."That is why you need to use this buffer solution (consisting of 99.7 percent saline solution) which provides a stable pH that will actually make the test work."His explanation was also backed up by the American Society for Microbiology, back in November, confirming that "a team of Canadian researchers has shown that rapid antigen tests for SARS-CoV-2 work only when manufacturer instructions are followed." Don't miss the latest news from around Scotland and beyond - Sign up to

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