test for presence of the virus.
#41 | POSTED BY BERSERKONE
By what metric?
#43 | POSTED BY BERSERKONE
Not at all based on your posts.
You seem to lack basic understanding of how this stuff works...
I would keep such individual quarantined. I would keep you quarantined as well; you seem to have become rabid.
Are you of Chinese ethnic background?
#44 | POSTED BY BERSERKONE
LOL seriously GFY.
Holy schit you're one ignorant f---.
hahaha but with the chicoms who knows?
There's no "who knows".
Wuhan is 11 million people.
If everybody was sampled NOW, and we could run the tests in 384 well plates (assuming it's one well per sample), that would be 28,646 plates.
If the test is close to what I've done, it's about 6 hours to do everything from processing samples to data analysis WITHOUT interruption.
So that's 171,875 hours of work. Which is 7,161 days or 19.6 years of NONSTOP work.
Lets say there's 100 diagnostic labs that can spread that workload out. That's 1,719 hours of work, or 72 days of NONSTOP work.
About as long as the pandemic has been going on.
Except the samples you just finished testing no longer mean anything because you have no idea if the person you took them from are currently infected.
Again, you have no idea what you're talking about.