Depends on the case and circumstances of death, I can only say what has changed locally.
The majority of our Covid deaths are hospital certified after tests so wouldn`t require an autopsy unless requested by the certifying doctor.
We do a lot of non-invasive (MRI Scanned) autopsy`s they are...
The retail antibody kits are of variable quality. Some are as high as 99.6% accurate.
You can`t beat proper blood sample put through a laboratory analyser.
Basically if it gets "sent away" it is likely to be reliable.
As at midnight on 31 May 2020
Patients currently being treated for COVID-19: 122
Total patients treated for COVID-19 who have been discharged: 782
Total confirmed and nationally announced deaths positive for COVID-19: 347
Still too many folk coming in.
Expecting an increase in cases.
Fairly "safe" to post this as is the current model. The current issue is the "thickness" of the tail combined with the R rate. If R gets above 1 to something as minimal as 1.2 or 1.4 we are in a cartload of trouble, but better prepared than we were for the first wave. What are likely to get is a...
Scottish medical bod said your best protection is your front door.
The Government can only "ask the people" for so long, should have told them from Day One and stuck with it until the R number was below 0.5.
All the stupid fudgees out at the weekend will probably be fine, their Aunt`s and...
In other news.............. our Trust have just offered all the staff anti-body testing.
Across 12,500 folk that will give a snapshot of how many folk have had it,some without knowing it, and numbers to calculate infection across the wider population.
As at midnight on 28 May 2020
Patients currently being treated for COVID-19: 130
Total patients treated for COVID-19 who have been discharged: 754
Total confirmed and nationally announced deaths positive for COVID-19: 343
Do I think the relaxation of...
I`m surmising from your reference to "early adopters" and "relics" you are not UK based.
I also note no mention of UK legislation around:
Ownership of "finds"
The Treasure Act 1996
Recording items with the Portable Antiquities Scheme.
Ensuring landowners are able to comply with Stewardship...
And this one...............
And none of the adverts on there actually exist. Tried to sign up....... tried to book..... nada. No real people involved.
I have a very handy Shares app on the phone. You can make investments to suit.
I have had some really good returns, double money in some cases. And I`ve had some tanked and lost out.
I`m only investing pennies relatively speaking but its a good way to learn and make some money as well.
Pop me a...
I would say so. I can`t see anyway of safely managing parkrun nor HQ taking the risk.
Start is OK for some venues but certainly not for others. I`ve touristed at one where they had time boards and you queued at your rough time slot to start as the path was about 3 foot wide and there was no...
Well....... he`s back at some sort of consistent running at last.
Ran 5 miles Sat, 4 miles Sun, 3 miles Mon then rest day Tuesday and a 3 mile run before work this morning.
Not sure if that is a plan but it seems to work. Mixed it up with hills and lamp post sprints.
Can`t see either parkrun...
As at midnight on the 26th....
Patients currently being treated for COVID-19: 141
Total patients treated for COVID-19 who have been discharged: 738
Total confirmed and nationally announced deaths positive for COVID-19: 332
Still coming in at a consistent level........ think the next 7-10...
NHS Antibody tests news!
If you are NHS/Care staff you`ll get one. Everyone else will need a GP referral.
There are antibody test kits for sale online. Mostly the ones rejected by the NHS as they were crap.
There should be an NHS test being rolled out over the next 2 weeks............. or become a plasma donor! ;-)