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Public complains about the length of time it takes to get COVID-19 test results, how accurate are CPS COVID statistics.?

 PHILIPSBURG:--- Questions about the accuracy of the positive number of COVID-19 cases have been brought into question by members of the public, and complaints have been levied against CPS regarding the length of time a patient has to wait to get their results.
Information reaching our SMN-News indicates that some patients who have been tested for the COVID-19 virus have had to wait up to one week before receiving their results or any feedback from CPS. This brings into question the ability of the government to properly enforce the quarantine cases as well as their ability to properly and accurately conduct contact tracing.
One person who spoke to SMN News under the condition of anonymity said that she was tested by CPS 6 days ago and up to date has not heard back from them despite the fact that she was told she would receive her results within 2-3 days. She also complained at the fact that while she lives in a household of 6 persons, with 2 of them exhibiting symptoms, CPS has advised that they will only test persons showing the symptoms and no children under 10 years old can be tested.
The family said they were all exposed since they contracted the virus from a minor, however, only two people from the household are showing symptoms while the others may be asymptomatic. How will the government know if the persons that were not tested also have the virus and they too should isolate?
Another family said her spouse tested positive and CPS refused to test her since she had no symptoms. The woman further explained a week later she began to show symptoms and have been tested but is also awaiting her results.
SMN News further learned that while the people tested by CPS have to wait a whole week before they can obtain their results those patients who chose to get tested at the labs are able to obtain their results the following day since they are paying for the PCR test to be conducted.
These stipulations bring into question the accuracy of the numbers published by the government and even their ability to know the true number of positive cases.

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