As travel opens up again, it’s wonderful to see that life is slowly getting back to some sort of normality. But there remains total confusion around Covid travel testing – it seems that the rules change on a daily basis, and then you have different rules for vaccinated, unvaccinated, children, and devolved nations.
Since March 2020, the world has had to learn a whole new language thanks to the SARS CoV 2 virus, and Covid-19, the infection it causes. Antigens, lateral flows, aerosol transmission, social distancing, vaccine passports, vaccine hesitancy, long Covid, PCRs…the list is endless. But, even now, there is still a degree of confusion around Covid … Read more
There’s a lot of misinformation out there regarding rapid antigen lateral flow tests…promoting, instead, the more expensive PCR tests that need a lab and can take a day or two for results. PCRs are regarded as the gold standard but are they really the best test for the job? PCR tests are certainly more … Read more
Routine testing before a pub meal – is it acceptable? It’s now been a year since the unimaginable has happened. Life, commerce and socialising has come to a rapid halt, the like of which no one could have predicted. This tragic pandemic has cost much more than our lifestyle with almost no family unaffected. And … Read more
Sorry to hear today that MacDonald’s employees are worried about their safety at work. Lack of social distancing, absence of temperature checks and more have been reported in some restaurants. I’m sure lots more employees are worried about heading back to work as lockdown is released. Temperature checks aren’t actually that reliable in detecting … Read more