Unsure of reliability, provinces pause rapid test roll out

Unsure of reliability, provinces pause rapid test roll out 1

 

Provinces are evaluating test reliability and training workers how to use them. Emergency response expert Dr. Ronald St. John explains.

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23 Comments on "Unsure of reliability, provinces pause rapid test roll out"

  1. Are you telling me that the science around covid isnt exact????? color me shocked…

    • ???? Do you expect that it is LOL ???? Where does it say that science is exact?????

    • @A CB wow u clearly dont understand sarcasm, all the politicians say they are making decisions based on science and yet science has few answers on covid and the politicians just do what they want anyways…

    • New coin flip cv19 test out, it’s free and just as accurate.

  2. If scientists where less interested in fame and self promotion and more interested in actual science they would not have gotten EVERYTHING wrong and waffled back and forth.

  3. 2:40 ”COMPLY” Yeah right. These so called Experts are all ”DEMONS”

  4. Deleting comments
    They fool nobody

  5. Terrence Kennedy | November 14, 2020 at 5:08 PM | Reply

    Awe sick

  6. In short: We’re screwed. Should have followed examples of many Asian countries and checked incoming flights and tightened the border 7 months ago.

  7. TheWinnipegredhead | November 14, 2020 at 7:59 PM | Reply

    We should have had rapid testing in place prior to schools reopening.

  8. Greg Christopher | November 14, 2020 at 9:16 PM | Reply

    If this test is less reliable than the already suspect PCR test how many false positives and negatives will occur?
    Ramping up restrictions without a more reliable test regimen makes little sense.

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