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4 minutes ago, AcousticallyChallenged said:

Oooh, we get HQ gracing our screens at 4pm.

4pm means no bad news usually too.

Billed as general update!! He’s also confirmed in HOK that SPC will be vaccinated hopefully this week & subject to regular testing which presumably they haven’t been so far

 

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10 minutes ago, Roxanne said:

I choose neither.  I choose being led by someone who knows what they are doing and who has staff to project manage the whole scenario plugging loopholes before they become a danger. Preferably around March 2020.

Definitely need to move on.

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1 minute ago, the stinking enigma said:

The way i see it, quick genomics is key to avoiding lockdown especially as we move forwards with a higher percentage of vaccinated people. Either terrence fuckwit is a true fuckwit or he has a different agenda. I suspect both

Move on. Its not going to happen. 3 days is not quick.

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3 minutes ago, Happier diner said:

Move on. Its not going to happen. 3 days is not quick.

Within 24 hours is what Dr Glover said yesterday. But stick to your ridiculous agenda yeah?

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34 minutes ago, the stinking enigma said:

Have contact tracing linked back any of these cases to the 2008 cronk y voddy sports day yet? It was jam packed, remember thinking that at the time as i stood on the podium to huge applause

I remember that day so well...and your innate skill and communication with both the donkey and the goat.

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4 minutes ago, TheTeapot said:

Within 24 hours is what Dr Glover said yesterday. But stick to your ridiculous agenda yeah?

You keep saying this, but she needs a sample of the +test to carry out further tests. So as I understand its ;

24 hours for the positive test +

24 hours for the initial results of the genomic test +

12 Hours for the detailed report

Near enough 3 days in my view

 

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1 minute ago, Happier diner said:

You keep saying this, but she needs a sample of the +test to carry out further tests. So as I understand its ;

24 hours for the positive test +

24 hours for the initial results of the genomic test +

12 Hours for the detailed report

Near enough 3 days in my view

 

24 hours for a positive test? As your very first point is wrong by a factor of more than 4 (under 6 hour turnaround) we can scrap the rest.

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