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Old March 28th, 2020, 04:33 AM
Sir X Sir X is offline
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Originally Posted by Jangle View Post
Why would you waste the test kits on wide scale testing of the population of 3 million when to date, after 3 weeks on from the first confirmation of the infection, only 25 has tested positive? The simple statistics show that the measures taken and implemented SO FAR has slowed down the rate of the spread.

It's not a waste ,2and how do you know they have slowed down the spread if they arent testing ? 3rd if you have large scale positive test and people are asymptomatic, it could indicate immunity. Researchers would love to get a hold of those antibodies for a miracle vaccine or other life saving medical treatments.

Let's not forget,when NY started testing that's when numbers starting shooting up ,people were diagnosed and treated appropriately. People were being treated for preexisting conditions like asthma, copd,pneumonia with a septic combination , etc and dying because they were not testing. It's the reason why they are rushing to develop a cheaper faster test.You have to know your SBAR - situation ,background ,assessment and recommendation to treat any patient for any disease ,furthermore you want to be in control of it before it spirals out of control.

Believe me when I tell you more people have died than they are saying because of intentional misdiagnosing so resources can be shuffled around.

Ask yourself why is China,South Korea ,Europe and North America moving to wide scale testing .

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