It’s easy to miss things:
All I know is I have a flu type illness that is not going the way these things always usually do with me.
But that, I suggest, does indicate the failure of government policy. After all, it would be really useful to know if I have got coronavirus. I would definitely know what was required now, instead of guessing. And they’d know too. And so would those with whom I have had contact. And I’d also know that if there is such a thing as immunity that I might have it.
But right now, I don’t know, the people I know don’t know and the government doesn’t know, so they have no idea whether or not the stats they issue are in any way useful, or not.
What government policy is it that prevents testing for coronavirus on a semi-retired bloke in Ely?