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No, I think it's somewhat better than that, at least for the viral tests. But false negatives have been shown to be a problem, if anything. False positives not so much.
What is the error rate on that test? Something like 50/50?
I have not had anything shoved up my nose.
then testing anyone is simply shoving something up their nose to make them suffer needlessly
No, they STARTED mixing test results on May 15.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: rickymouse
It would be like being forced to go vegan.
"Oh, but it will add four or five years to your life ...!"
"Yes, but I want to enjoy my life and those years!"
originally posted by: Mark08
Cases are "surging" because more people are getting tested only to find they have it or have had it. As more test become available, the more people will test positive. Deaths however haven't surged, only proving that the percent of people who did from the virus is getting way low compared to number of cases
originally posted by: MRinder
If they stay home then they are safe.. what's the problem with that?
But as new cases climb in Florida; new hospitalizations are flat and new deaths are still declining.