60 hours from test to result for me. I think that's brilliant! You always get whingers...it's in their personality! When this is all over you want to be proud of what you did and negativity is not going to do that.
It's not a case of going for a test if you feel you are sick, testing the population is a way of finding out who has the virus and those that may have had it or if anyone is asymptomatic. My wife and I went online to make an appt and we went last Friday, we had a reply by email on Tuesday that we are clear. And can go to work if we want to. The testing site is at the park and ride in Exeter.
"Terrifying"? If she has had no results after 10 days and she still feels ok it would suggest that she has not got it.
A leading doctor has said the decision to ease lockdown restrictions without proper testing was "terrifying". Rosie Toom is a self-employed foot practitioner from Dawlish in Devon who was first tested on 3 May after developing symptoms. More than 10 days later she's still waiting for the results. Read more... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-52667137
@leatash .......bully for you!
I didn't hear a thing slept like a log went to bed at 2330 woke at 0900 this morning spring cleaned the flat now a couple of hours on the PS4.
So, no work on the construction of the wall during the day yesterday but come midnight the horrendous drilling started and was still going on at 1am! Why? Today, tide going out, no one working on the wall but tonight you can safely bet that they will be back drilling again so no one on Marine Parade can sleep! It really is perverse!
The photos posted on facebook clearly showing the difference if any between the new and old wall against a medium high tide driven by an easterly wind certainly are not indicating £30 million pounds of improvement. The water is still topping the new wall onto the railway line and Marine parade.
Time and storms will tell!
I to live opposite i think the clue is in the word RESILIENT.