Two professors and an associate professor want more and local test centers.
Es schreibt Jyllands-Posten.
– There is so much distance between the test centers that it will prevent some from booking time and being tested because it is simply too cumbersome. There is a need for more and more local test centers, says Jan Pravsgaard Christensen, professor at the Department of Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Copenhagen to the newspaper.
Viggo Andreasen, associate professor of mathematical epidemiology at RUC, believes that significantly more testing is needed if testing is to be used as a way to control the epidemic.
Professor Emeritus in Infectious Diseases Eskild Petersen also points out that the test capacity should be upgraded.
He fears that those who should be tested will not be, because they do not think it is necessary anymore because of the announcements of politicians.
The daily infection rates for coronavirus have been over 1000 for the past six days.
The test capacity in Denmark is currently 100,000 tests per day.
In the past week, between 40,000 and 82,000 PCR tests have been performed per day.
October 9 closed all quick test sites, and one can now only get a lightning test at the public in case of emergency.
The capacity can be adjusted up or down as needed, as Testcenter Danmark continuously looks at the demand for tests and the infection development around.
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