Category: Corona and Covid

With results in a few minutes, why are we not yet switching to ‘game-changer’ saliva tests for Covid-19?

15 October 2020 By Paul Martin

The British Medical Journal has pointed out that there are huge advantages in using a rapid saliva test for Covid, even though they appear to be 20 per cent less accuracte in detecting the disease. A very convincing American analysis has already shown its benefits, as correspondent.world previously reported. Here’s what the BMJ wrote: In […]

How correspondent.world has been way ahead of the world in revealing key Covid-related stories in 2020.

8 October 2020 By Paul Martin

Is it necessary to send small children home from school when one in a ‘bubble’ gets Covid? And the scandal of letting parents congregate outside schools and not properly social-distancing. 11 September 2020 By PAUL MARTIN Is it time for the UK government to get a dose of educational and medical reality? Why has the government made […]