Social Media influencer who traveled to Rwanda to work with gorillas says she was locked up for 4 days after a false positive COVID-19 test

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Charly Jordan had a scary experience in Rwanda
Charly Jordan had a scary experience in Rwanda
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Influencer Charly Jordan posted a tearful TikTok on Sunday where she said she’d tested positive for COVID-19 when she arrived in Rwanda.

The travel influencer said people in hazmat suits had “dragged” her away from her friends when the test came back after a few days, and she was put in isolation in a hotel room.

“I’m not with anyone I know, and I’m in f—ing Rwanda, Africa, and I don’t know how long I’m gonna be here, and they won’t tell me anything,” she said.

The test turned out to be a false positive, and Jordan was allowed out of isolation after four days.

Influencer Charly Jordan said she was taken away from her friends in Rwanda this week because her test for COVID-19 came back positive.

Jordan, who said she traveled to Rwanda to work with gorillas at an animal conservation group, said she had tested negative for COVID-19 when she left the US, and that she and her friends had all been wearing masks in public and sticking to the safety measures since landing.

She had no symptoms and had already contracted the virus three months ago, so she was confused as well as concerned about what was going on.

Charly Jordan had a scary experience in Rwanda
Charly Jordan had a scary experience in Rwanda

“I got 100,000 tests afterwards to make sure I was negative,” she said in a TikTok over the weekend. “I flew to Rwanda, Africa five days ago, and just got here, and tested positive.”

The TikTok has now been set to private, but reshared on Twitter by YouTuber and satirical reporter Def Noodles.

“Literally the f—ing government showed up at my place and dragged me away from everybody I was with,” Jordan said in the TikTok, writing that she was taken away by people in hazmat suits. “I don’t speak the language, they locked me in this f—ing room, and I can’t leave.”

The CDC currently recommends people from the US do not visit Rwanda unless it is for essential reasons.

“It’s really scary. I don’t know why I have it again,” said Jordan. “I’m not with anyone I know, and I’m in f—ing Rwanda, Africa, and I don’t know how long I’m gonna be here, and they won’t tell me anything.”

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