El Hormiguero The collaborator, who was asymptomatic, gave positive with a very high viral load
' El Hormiguero' celebrated the last program of the season on Tuesday and Pablo Motos revealed that thanks to a PCR test that the doctors carried out to all the collaborators, the program could continue being broadcast during the state of alarm decreed by the Government for the pandemic of COVID-19.
One more day, Pablo Motos spoke about the government's management of the health crisis caused by the coronavirus and this Tuesday about the usefulness of the PCR tests. "There is still the controversy of whether or not PCR tests work after all the countries that have done well have done massive tests. And here we have a case within the program", began the presenter of 'El Hormiguero ' referring to Juan del Val, husband of Nuria Roca and collaborator of the entertainment program of Antena 3 who was at the table with Cristina Pardo and Santiago Segura.
"We were controlled by the doctors when we came to do the program in the midst of the pandemic and there was an analysis in which Juan del Val suddenly came out that he had a lot of coronavirus viral load and had no symptoms", he continued explaining Pablo Motos while the person involved, Juan del Val settles and made it clear that "if it was not for that PCR, I think that at that time 'El Hormiguero' could not have been done". "At that time that I tested positive, I thought it was a mistake because I was completely asymptomatic, obviously I went into a room for 12 days, I did not come to work and that prevented everyone from becoming contaminated," added Juan del Val, who He stressed that "'El Hormiguero' could not have been done without doing that PCR test."
Nuria Roca's husband went further and spoke of the risk that the entire team of 'El Hormiguero' would have taken from not for that PCR test. "A positive occurs with a value of two. Someone is with a powerful viral load of 20, 40 … I was 86," said Juan del Val, who Pablo Motos asked what defenses he had in front of him. to the coronavirus when it is normal for a person to have 1.1. "31.9", replied the collaborator. "It is important to reflect that a PCR can not only save lives, because obviously if you have symptoms, you are guilty of responsibility, but when you do not have them, like me, who thought it was a mistake and look at the viral load I had, obviously I could having infected a lot of people and preventing the program from being carried out, "he continued.
" I think that arguing that a PCR works is completely ridiculous, "said Juan del Val. "Another thing is that it may serve more, less, or there may be cases that escape you by the deadlines, because you can give a positive one day when you took it the previous day or give a negative," he added. "It is unquestionable that obviously they serve and anything else is to make bad politics," remarked to conclude the writer and journalist from Madrid.