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By *mber58 OP   Woman 7 days ago

Near Heathrow

Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you?

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By *ouple in LancashireCouple 7 days ago

in Lancashire

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By *ty31Man 7 days ago

NW London

No. I have no interest in being part of somebody's statistics.

Also, I don't have the app.

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By *instonandLadyAstorCouple 7 days ago

Oxford


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

We both do.

W & LA

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By *mber58 OP   Woman 7 days ago

Near Heathrow


"No. I have no interest in being part of somebody's statistics.

Also, I don't have the app."

Don't need it

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By *ty31Man 7 days ago

NW London


"No. I have no interest in being part of somebody's statistics.

Also, I don't have the app.

Don't need it"

Learn something new everyday!

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By *heRazorsEdgeMan 7 days ago

South Wales

I do when doing them for work, must admit that I missed reporting a couple of negative tests when I had to do them for a week straight though

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By *all me FlikWoman 7 days ago

Galaxy Far Far Away

Yes I do

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By *oved Up 2Couple 7 days ago

nottingham

Yes via text message through work (NHS)

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By *olymalelincsMan 7 days ago

nr spalding


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

Yup, in the words of a popular supermarket "every little helps"

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By *naswingdressWoman 7 days ago

Manchester

I try to but sometimes forget.

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By *wisted999Man 7 days ago

North Bucks

No

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By *ust RachelTV/TS 7 days ago

Eastbourne

I have to for work purposes, we have bern told we need to test 3 times a week.

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By *utsiderWoman 7 days ago

fingers in many pies

Never have. Didn't know about it until recently, thought we just report positive results. I still won't report a negative as it seems irrelevant.

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By *mber58 OP   Woman 7 days ago

Near Heathrow


"I try to but sometimes forget."

Same. Do be fair they do make it a bit of a faff.

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By *mber58 OP   Woman 7 days ago

Near Heathrow


"Never have. Didn't know about it until recently, thought we just report positive results. I still won't report a negative as it seems irrelevant. "

Helps work out the percentage of how many of those tested are pos

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By *aximumperversionMan 7 days ago

all over the place


"No. I have no interest in being part of somebody's statistics.

Also, I don't have the app."

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By *irty_DeedsMan 7 days ago

Teesside

Nope. Only two I have reported were my two negatives on day 6 and 7 of my isolation.

I don't test so the government have some shiny stats to wheel out. I test to stop infecting family and friends.

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By *JB1954Man 7 days ago

Reading

I report each one I do. Then screen shot text message from Gov website . Plus take photo of test which shows result. Reason , I see a female friend who has a vulnerable daughter. She can see test result reply from my test supplied to Gov website and also photo of test done.

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By *issMorganWoman 7 days ago

halifax

Yes, I do them a few times a week for work and report all of them.

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By *hiskymanMan 7 days ago

South Normanton

Never reported negatives tests and not going to start now.

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By *iggstimpyCouple 7 days ago

South East

Is that even a thing? Makes as much sense as reporting not having a headache.

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By *olymalelincsMan 7 days ago

nr spalding


"Is that even a thing? Makes as much sense as reporting not having a headache. "

Except it shows a more accurate number of positive and negative cases so more accurate information is available to people, It could possibly also provide a means of mapping outbreaks to certain areas if enough people are reporting negative and positive tests allowing investigation into why a specific area has higher infection rates than the surrounding areas and then finding ways to resolve the issue and reduce or contain the spread of the virus, fighting something like this is all about gathering as much data as possible to see how it is spreading through the population and then finding the beat way to stop that.

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By *rMrsRichCouple 6 days ago

Bournemouh

Sometimes. And sometimes the stupid code won’t scan properly and I get angry and chuck my phone

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By *ittleMissCaliWoman 6 days ago

At a club somewhere. club meets only


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "
yes as have to for work and its become routine now x

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By *ogging friendsCouple 6 days ago

Motherwell

How do they know who took the test it could be your next door neighbour or someone you know who's clear it's all down to trust

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By *ayjay218Man 6 days ago

bradford


"How do they know who took the test it could be your next door neighbour or someone you know who's clear it's all down to trust "
for what reason would you ask or use someone else’s test results? Well maybe apart from trying to get into Australia?

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By *olly_chromaticTV/TS 6 days ago

Hyperborea

Yes. As several people have said above, it helps build a picture of areas where tests are being done and results are negative. As opposed to the picture being "don't know". Granted I have no idea whether there is any effective analysis of test statistics going on, I have no faith in any of the dodgy outfits that the government gave away billions to.

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By *iracMan 6 days ago

Pulborugh

I always report an LFT. It helps the ONS to assess how the virus is spreading.

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By *adyLuck...Woman 6 days ago

Hidden away in West Yorkshire

Yes when do for work plus day 6/7 after positive

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By *stbury DavenportMan 6 days ago

Nottingham

Yes, obviously. For all the very good reasons stated above.

I've just done one this morning, in fact.

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By *ookingtocumMan 6 days ago

fife


"No. I have no interest in being part of somebody's statistics.

Also, I don't have the app. "

And wouldn't registrar a positive either just isolate and get on with life then back to normal when negative

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By *utsiderWoman 6 days ago

fingers in many pies


"Is that even a thing? Makes as much sense as reporting not having a headache. "

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By *ovebjsMan 6 days ago

Bristol

This nis the reason why we cannot get proper results because of people not following the system and record positive or negative results.

They just see it as CONTROL!!!!

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By *xhib12Man 6 days ago

Blyth

Yes, I've reported all of my test results. I don't see what the big deal is, takes a minute or so out of your day and helps the accuracy of statistics.

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By *nimaginativeUsernameMan 6 days ago

Rochester, Kent

I report them because the care home (where my mum is) need me to take a LFT before I visit each time. They ask to see the text received from gov.uk, but the daft thing is, I could just report it as Negative even if it was Positive. Nobody asks to see the test itself.

Obviously I wouldn’t report it falsely.

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By *iverpoolgirl1234Woman 6 days ago

Liverpool

Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing

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By *litheroevoyeurMan 6 days ago

Clitheroe


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

Yes.

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By *irldnCouple 6 days ago

Brighton

Sure our resident statisticians can enlighten me so...

Apart from providing data on the number of tests being taken and the proportion of those coming back positive vs negative, what other tangible benefit does registering your negative result provide?

Surely all that matters is positive tests (with a follow on negative test signalling all clear?) as that identifies increases/declines and geographical pockets.

One possible use I can see is understanding volume of tests being used to inform the purchasing and provision/distribution of test kits. But that is a logistical reason not a health reason.

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By *irldnCouple 6 days ago

Brighton

Should add that employers may obviously insist on test being registered.

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By *achel SmythTV/TS 6 days ago

Farnborough

Yes, test regularly… and report it - happy to show anyone who needs to see it.

R xx

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By *heBirminghamWeekendMan 6 days ago

here

Reporting your negative LFT confirms a COVID pass for 2 days.

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By *ustBoWoman 6 days ago

Somewhere in Co. Down

I report mine and very day that I'm in work. I also bring it with me I put my name on it and leave it when it will get checked by work at some point.

But as someone else I wouldn't take the text you get as proof that someone is negative ( or positive for that matter ) it's all down to if the person reported it right. As you just tell them if it is negative or positive you don't need to show proof when recording your result.

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By *atureman600Man 6 days ago

Reading

Yes - always

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By *ostafunMan 6 days ago

near ipswich

yes every time.

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By *nimaginativeUsernameMan 6 days ago

Rochester, Kent


"Should add that employers may obviously insist on test being registered."

And for care home visits, as I mentioned above

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By *izzy.Woman 6 days ago

town

I report it on the Gov Website and on the Zoe app.

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By *rSwing1Man 6 days ago

Berkshire

I do yes only takes a few minutes

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By *edangel_2013Woman 6 days ago

southend

I have to test everyday for work, no proof, no working. Also some races are asking for proof on the day, so I report those too.

It's quick enough, my account is set up, so just a couple of clicks.

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By *ovebjsMan 6 days ago

Bristol


"Sure our resident statisticians can enlighten me so...

Apart from providing data on the number of tests being taken and the proportion of those coming back positive vs negative, what other tangible benefit does registering your negative result provide?

Surely all that matters is positive tests (with a follow on negative test signalling all clear?) as that identifies increases/declines and geographical pockets.

One possible use I can see is understanding volume of tests being used to inform the purchasing and provision/distribution of test kits. But that is a logistical reason not a health reason."

No the idea is that they can use the data to track positive and negative around the country

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By *uenevereWoman 6 days ago

Scunthorpe


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

More often than not, it's routine these days.

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By *irldnCouple 6 days ago

Brighton


"Sure our resident statisticians can enlighten me so...

Apart from providing data on the number of tests being taken and the proportion of those coming back positive vs negative, what other tangible benefit does registering your negative result provide?

Surely all that matters is positive tests (with a follow on negative test signalling all clear?) as that identifies increases/declines and geographical pockets.

One possible use I can see is understanding volume of tests being used to inform the purchasing and provision/distribution of test kits. But that is a logistical reason not a health reason.

No the idea is that they can use the data to track positive and negative around the country "

Yes but what is the benefit of recording negative tests? To what end? How is that data useful?

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By *otMe66Man 6 days ago

la terre ferme


"Sure our resident statisticians can enlighten me so...

Apart from providing data on the number of tests being taken and the proportion of those coming back positive vs negative, what other tangible benefit does registering your negative result provide?

Surely all that matters is positive tests (with a follow on negative test signalling all clear?) as that identifies increases/declines and geographical pockets.

One possible use I can see is understanding volume of tests being used to inform the purchasing and provision/distribution of test kits. But that is a logistical reason not a health reason.

No the idea is that they can use the data to track positive and negative around the country

Yes but what is the benefit of recording negative tests? To what end? How is that data useful?"

I would imagine having both positive and negative results would give a clearer indication of the nation as a whole.

For example, not everyone is testing for many reasons, if test results did not include the negative the numbers would only reflect those that tested and of those that are positive.

If you have both positive and negative, you could then go onto make a more educated guess on what the real numbers are.

100 people tested today 10 were positive and 90 negative, this could be extrapolated to the nation as 10% of the population may have covid.

I could be a country mile off and would be interested in what the people who know about sample sizes, stats and all the jazz have to say.

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By *sBlueWoman 6 days ago

Gotham City

Nope

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By *ittleMissCaliWoman 6 days ago

At a club somewhere. club meets only


"Sure our resident statisticians can enlighten me so...

Apart from providing data on the number of tests being taken and the proportion of those coming back positive vs negative, what other tangible benefit does registering your negative result provide?

Surely all that matters is positive tests (with a follow on negative test signalling all clear?) as that identifies increases/declines and geographical pockets.

One possible use I can see is understanding volume of tests being used to inform the purchasing and provision/distribution of test kits. But that is a logistical reason not a health reason.

No the idea is that they can use the data to track positive and negative around the country

Yes but what is the benefit of recording negative tests? To what end? How is that data useful?"

I have to register mine to comply with work. Use a works email and their number so it ties in

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By *ikerguylondonMan 6 days ago

se london

Yes I've reported every test regardless of result.

As has been pointed out knowing the stats helps the scientists mapping the data.

I need to test for work so like that there is a log to prove I've done it when I'm supposed to.

I don't know if what is sent to who is logged but if someone wants to cut spending then only issueing new tests after the ones that were previously sent are used could happen at some point.

They give me the tests at no cost charge but the expectation is its to help with statistical data. If you're not paying for it then you are the product fact of life, if you have a store card or free email your covid test results being tracked are really the least of your worries sorry to be the one to break that to you.

If you are someone who wants restrictions lifted which do you think will make scientists more likely to recommend that.

a) most not bothering to report negatives - it looks like 2% of the population are testing and of those testing 90% are testing positive so the data suggests its in high numbers in communities and stricter lock down is needed.

b) reporting negatives - it looks like 70% of the population are testing and of those testing 1.8% are testing positive so the data suggests the situation is more managable and further restrictions aren't needed.

bad data in, bad data out and the decisions are driven by data.

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By *I TwoCouple 6 days ago

Belfast


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

Why wouldn't I ? It's not difficult ...

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By *amissCouple 6 days ago

chelmsford


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

Yes

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By *esster21Woman 6 days ago

Edinburgh

Thought you only had to report if it was positive?

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By *exy_HornyCouple 5 days ago

Leigh

All three of us report every test, as you are supposed to. Ignorant people not reporting negative tests led to stories last year of millions of "lost" tests and now means that you usually need an order code to pick them up from pharmacies.

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By *xhib12Man 5 days ago

Blyth


"Thought you only had to report if it was positive? "

No, you should report the result of all tests.

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By *orny andy yorkMan 5 days ago

york


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing "

why test if your not ill

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By *xhib12Man 5 days ago

Blyth


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill "

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc.

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By *luebell888Woman 5 days ago

Glasgow


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

No. I think it is pointless.

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By *asons_CarounnCouple 5 days ago

manchester


"No. I have no interest in being part of somebody's statistics.

Also, I don't have the app."

If only we could block you more!

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By *olbornMan 5 days ago

Central London

Only ever done it five times and didn’t know you were supposed to report it.

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By *izzy.Woman 4 days ago

town


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As has been pointed out knowing the stats helps the scientists mapping the data.

If you are someone who wants restrictions lifted which do you think will make scientists more likely to recommend that.

a) most not bothering to report negatives - it looks like 2% of the population are testing and of those testing 90% are testing positive so the data suggests its in high numbers in communities and stricter lock down is needed.

b) reporting negatives - it looks like 70% of the population are testing and of those testing 1.8% are testing positive so the data suggests the situation is more managable and further restrictions aren't needed.

bad data in, bad data out and the decisions are driven by data."

Great explanation.

It makes sense to provide reports of numbers positive and negative as accurately as possible. If people aren't reporting negative ones, it would make it appear there was a much higher percentage of positive results. Without reporting negative, it would appear that the tests were not done.

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By *pursChick aka ShortieWoman 4 days ago

On a mooch

Always report every test for myself & the lad.

He tests twice a week for school, me once a week. That increases if I am meeting someone or going out to a function, meeting family and alike, I/we will test that morning. That way we are not positive at the time of meeting friends & family.

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By *d6869Man 4 days ago

Aberdeen

I test when meeting certain members of family but don’t report negative results

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By *atnipkittykatWoman 4 days ago

Reading

Yes

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By *itty KattWoman 4 days ago

Glasgow

Yes I've always reported my LFT's and they've all been negative x

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By *orny andy yorkMan 3 days ago

york


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc."

asymptomatic people have virtually no chance of spreading it . Pandemics have never been driven by asymptomatic spread

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By *otMe66Man 3 days ago

la terre ferme


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc. asymptomatic people have virtually no chance of spreading it . Pandemics have never been driven by asymptomatic spread "

Why can't asymptomatic people not pass on covid to another person or persons?

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By *ruly deliciousWoman 3 days ago

Hidden gem


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc.

asymptomatic people have virtually no chance of spreading it . Pandemics have never been driven by asymptomatic spread "

Fauci's own words, I believe

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By *uzie69xTV/TS 3 days ago

Maidstone

I always report my negative tests. Not sure if it's linked with the supply side but every bit of valuable LFT test is carefully used and recorded.

I also report to the Zoë App/website too. As people have said, it gives a more complete picture.


"I always report an LFT. It helps the ONS to assess how the virus is spreading."

I think the ONS figures are separate but statistically significant sample which are controlled and independent? They are not self-reporting sample.

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By *al kalMan 3 days ago

Bicester

It would be the correct thing to do.

But when our government members cannot follow rules/guidelines then why do the right thing....

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By *orny andy yorkMan 3 days ago

york


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc.

asymptomatic people have virtually no chance of spreading it . Pandemics have never been driven by asymptomatic spread

Fauci's own words, I believe "

many experts say this

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By *otMe66Man 3 days ago

la terre ferme


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc.

asymptomatic people have virtually no chance of spreading it . Pandemics have never been driven by asymptomatic spread

Fauci's own words, I believe many experts say this "

I am losing count of the nonsense today..

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By *wings_n_RoundaboutsMan 3 days ago

The North

"Asymptomatic spread"

Never heard so much bullshit.

If you'd walk into the doctors in 2019 and told them you were worried about spreading your Asymptomatic illness. They would have treated you for munchausens syndrome.

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By *ruly deliciousWoman 3 days ago

Hidden gem


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc.

asymptomatic people have virtually no chance of spreading it . Pandemics have never been driven by asymptomatic spread

Fauci's own words, I believe

many experts say this "

Oh, I know but when the greatest man himself says, then it must be true

Apart from the fact that asymptomatic Covid is the biggest load of tripe, never mind, asymptomatic spread of Covid...pre-symptomatic maybe but asymptomatic?! The mind boggles when you're told that you're sick when you've merely had a false positive PCR test.

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By *ruly deliciousWoman 3 days ago

Hidden gem


""Asymptomatic spread"

Never heard so much bullshit.

If you'd walk into the doctors in 2019 and told them you were worried about spreading your Asymptomatic illness. They would have treated you for munchausens syndrome.

"

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By *BWarksCouple 3 days ago

warwick


"Your LFT when it's negative? I know you're supposed to, but do you? "

No we don’t and what’s more we don’t report when is positive either

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By *orny andy yorkMan 2 days ago

york


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

Because you may be asymptomatic and could be spreading it unknowingly. Not very good if you work in close proximity to other people, or in a hospital, care home, dentist, supermarket, etc, etc.

asymptomatic people have virtually no chance of spreading it . Pandemics have never been driven by asymptomatic spread

Fauci's own words, I believe many experts say this

I am losing count of the nonsense today.."

so whats nonsense ?

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By *rincess peachWoman 2 days ago

shits creek


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill "

I feel absolutely fine. Like, perfectly fine.

I've tested positive this evening. That's why.

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By *orny andy yorkMan 1 day ago

york


"Of course, why wouldn’t I?

I’m unvaccinated so I take testing seriously. I test twice per week and before/after any social outing why test if your not ill

I feel absolutely fine. Like, perfectly fine.

I've tested positive this evening. That's why."

asymptomatic people like you are no risk . Do you test for flu like this

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