Paper on rapid tests: Better false positive than false negative
Koper, 11 February - The problem of rapid antigen tests is not relying too strongly on something that is not 100% reliable but on introducing them too late, Primorske Novice says on Thursday. False positive tests deepen mistrust and bring unpleasant consequences for those involved, yet false negative tests results is what would actually be a problem.
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