BBC Scotland have nothing on this story. They’re busy with stories of how crap our paper-based vaccine certificates are, according to one or two self-centred tourists who want to be free to do whatever they like in posh Italian restaurants.
And now, they’re drooling over news that four health boards have paused non-emergency ops.
So, this is not at all up their dark end of the street but Sky News have covered it:
People pinged by the NHS app in England and Wales are up to four times more likely to have coronavirus than someone who isn’t alerted, a survey suggests.
Those told to isolate had a 3.7 to 4.0 relative risk of testing positive, according to a survey of more than 750,000 contributors to the Zoe COVID symptom study.
In Scotland, it was even higher, and people pinged by the country’s app were 10 times more likely to have the virus.
The Protest Scotland app was also found to be more accurate at alerting positive-testing people than its Welsh and English equivalents.https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-people-pinged-by-nhs-app-in-england-and-wales-four-times-more-likely-to-have-coronavirus-12380086#
‘Protest Scotland?’ I like it.