Thanks, I wasn't asking you to divulge anything as I thought that might be the case. Just couldn't see anything when I searched online today.
No worries, up on their website now:
Ah, that has a bit more detail, but still doesn't show any timeline considerations.
The biggest question I'd like to see answered is whether those with anosmia/hyposmia symptoms (and no other symptoms that would trigger quarantine anyway) test positive AND are still at the stage where they can pass on the disease, or whether it is symptomatic of post-viral recovery (or just post-viral from a different virus).
(Answering that would require testing people who only present with anosmia/hyposmia multiple times, and that's not going to be a priority in times of limited tests.)
I'll gladly accept it if there's proof but correlation does not imply causation.
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