No, sorry. Not giving NPHET a pass on TAT because the public is to blame. They’ve been complaining about a lack of resources, this in the year of the states biggest budget. It’s nonsense. This wasn’t and isn’t the only show in town. They and the government have settled on the lowest complexity solution that requires the lease amount of effort for them. It rivals the 00s in its incompetence.heno wrote: ↑October 20th, 2020, 12:13 pmThe answer machine has given the answer that most things outside the home are safe, so it's inside the home that's the problem. But he virus hasn't been hiding behind the sofa since March. So it's a case of garbage in garbage out. Thats because either people are not answering or giving false answers. Or maybe more likely, the questioners are not going back far enough in time. Either way, the only thing to do now is shut down, reset and hopefully learn the lessons and have a more fit for purpose test and trace for when we resume.
The real game changer isn't the vaccine but the 15min spit test. The hse are trialing it along side the swab test at the moment (ie same person tested by both).
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I have some bad news Heno, short of a violent public reaction there won’t be a game changer. This is the game, Martin has come out and said it. If they wanted that test certified they could’ve done it in 6 months or just taken the certification from say Canada.