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Michael Gove Now In Self-Isolation

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tiggerblue10 | 10:18 Tue 07th Apr 2020 | News
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-52193858

Family member showing symptoms.

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Seems anyone who has stood at that wooden plinth in the last week is going to get coronavirus...

Shows the MPS can tell us all this advice but can't stick to it.
> "Gove is a central player in coordination - this will make things that bit harder."

Why doesn't Gove just get tested, instead of taking himself away from the Government?
Possibly because a reliable test has yet to emerge, hence the insistance on isolation.
TD //Seems anyone who has stood at that wooden plinth in the last week is going to get coronavirus//
Did you read the post? It is a family member who is showing signs.
We're doing 10,000 tests per day, and the target is 100,000 per day by the end of April. Other countries do far more tests, e.g. Germany. Trump had a test ages ago when it became known he'd been in the vicinity of a sufferer. But Gove locks himself away for 14 days when he is a central player? I don't get it.

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https://www.abpi.org.uk/medicine-discovery/covid-19/briefing-coronavirus-covid-19-testing/

As SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19, is a new virus, tests have been developed from a standing start and fast-tracked for use through worldwide regulatory bodies such as the US’ FDA and the EU’s CE marking system.

Strong partnership working between industry and Government, is ensuring that at this most critical time, the NHS can accurately test every member of its staff and patients.

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