Covid: 82% of positive rapid tests ‘were correct’

By | April 15, 2021

Of those, 3,034 – or 18% – came back negative, suggesting the individual concerned and their household had been self-isolating for no reason. Under the current rules, a negative re-test would mean their quarantine period would be considered over immediately.

BBC News – Health

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