yalimart

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Tenpin

The Yorkshireman
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I cant open your link Enoch but I think its this story.

This is the actual link to the article Enoch mentioned...it's in turkish.

 

Kanga

Member
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The link is broken, but the simple maths from your post is highly suspicious, can you clarify how you came about the numbers or fix the link ?
Radio 4 does a prog on Wednesdays at 9 am called 'More or Less', which analysed these figures today. Yes, there were some 17k deaths related entirely to a covid infection, BUT all the other deaths where covid was mentioned on the death certificate were from other complications. The medics pointed out that these other conditions/illnesses such as diabetes, heart conditions etc were normally well managed and people lived for years with them. It was the effects of catching covid on these pre-existing conditions which turned them into a terminal condition, and thus covid contributed directly to those deaths.
 

enoch

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This is the actual link to the article Enoch mentioned...it's in turkish.

Thanks Tenpin.
 

Camden

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They developed a Covid test with a smartphone ( translation)

Researchers have developed a Covid test applied using a smartphone. The developed test is both more practical and cheaper in terms of application and getting results.

The new system, described in an article in the academic journal JAMA Network Open, is said to be available for less than $100.USING A MOBILE PHONE CAMERA

The app uses the cell phone camera to detect the presence of pathogens in a person's saliva. The person loads their saliva into a test kit sitting on the hot plate, then sees the color reactions from the smartphone camera to indicate whether they have tested positive for Covid-19.

Researchers say every test with this setup is relatively cost-effective. The only downside is that the app is currently only compatible with Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphones due to the model's custom camera calibrations; but it may be compatible with more phones in the future.

 

Kanga

Member
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They developed a Covid test with a smartphone ( translation)

Researchers have developed a Covid test applied using a smartphone. The developed test is both more practical and cheaper in terms of application and getting results.

The new system, described in an article in the academic journal JAMA Network Open, is said to be available for less than $100.USING A MOBILE PHONE CAMERA

The app uses the cell phone camera to detect the presence of pathogens in a person's saliva. The person loads their saliva into a test kit sitting on the hot plate, then sees the color reactions from the smartphone camera to indicate whether they have tested positive for Covid-19.

Researchers say every test with this setup is relatively cost-effective. The only downside is that the app is currently only compatible with Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphones due to the model's custom camera calibrations; but it may be compatible with more phones in the future.

No-one's gonna lick my phone. . . :eek::eek:
 

Akasya

Postless Pointer
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The interminably thick Liz Truss repeatedly enters parliament unmasked , on the eve of her much heralded foray to troubled lands , a visit of great import , she then announces that she has contracted covid , wonder if Bojo the Lying Clown will conveniently succumb once again ?
Steve
 

Mushroom

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The interminably thick Liz Truss repeatedly enters parliament unmasked , on the eve of her much heralded foray to troubled lands , a visit of great import , she then announces that she has contracted covid , wonder if Bojo the Lying Clown will conveniently succumb once again ?
Steve
No, he's going to take it with him to Ukraine. As if they haven't got enough problems?
 

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