There are it is relatively long waiting times, if one wants to get a coronatest, and in several cases you will have to wait for over a week, before there is an idle time.
It writes the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, like on the website www.coronaprover.dk have reviewed the waiting times in the test center Denmark white tents.
In Randers, one must, according to the newspaper, wait 15 days, before there is an idle time. In Horsens, it is 14 days, Dublin 12, Cairo 8, while in Skive and Grenaa will have to wait a week.
Also on the island of Zealand, according to the newspaper, even longer wait times or no available test times.
the Long wait is bad news, believe Jan Pravsgaard Christensen, who is a professor at the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Copenhagen University.
- In principle, people who suspect they are infected, the stay at home and isolate themselves. It will someone do it, and it will say that they can't care for their work.
- Others may not be able to cope being at home in one or two weeks, while they wait, and then we run the risk that they go out into the community and infecting others, he says to Jyllands-Posten.
He sees the long queues as an expression of the fact that the test system is overloaded. It can lead to make smitteopsporingen worse, he says.
the Agency for Patient safety is working with smitteopsporing and contacts people who may have been infected with the virus. Are you dialed, you are offered a test.
It is only if one seeks testteltene that you have to wait.
in Several places in Jutland is that the latest recorded time increasing smittetal. This has resulted in the introduction of the requirement to use mundbind all the time in the collective transport in cities such as Aarhus, Silkeborg and Skanderborg.
After the infection began to spread significantly in Aarhus, came the cows to the test centers. Region north Jutland, southern denmark and the Capital sent, however, all available testpersonale and equipment to the city in order to increase the testkapaciteten.
- the Help is likely to mean a multiplication of testkapaciteten in the course of a short time, wrote the Region of Midtjylland in the connection, in a press release.
Stephanie Lose (V) is the chairman of the Danish Regions, and she acknowledges that it is not optimal to have to wait a long time for a test time.
She wants to increase the testkapaciteten in cooperation with the test center Denmark and the Statens Serum Institut.
Justice minister Nick Hækkerup (S), acknowledges that the system's pressure. He says that there is 'screwed marked up for testkapaciteten' in the region, and that in the coming days be screwed up further to break the smittekæderne.