"The idea of four hours being a cutoff point is simply nonsensical, infection is likely in an hour or less.This is simply being done for practical reasons, which is easing pressure on the testing sites."
This is about lowering the number of possible infection sites, its causing the figures to be totally unreliable.
But without access to rapid antigen tests (RATs) - now seen as a scarce yet essential household product as Australians attempt to self-manage COVID-19 - Professor Esterman said the country remains in crisis.
"The trouble with the new system is it's reliant on people doing RATs and they simply aren't available.
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