My point, HB, is that I predicted that “people lie, so the case finding definition factors this (and other human factors) in”.
”Case finding definition” (14 days) should always be longer than both “currently known incubation period” (5-6 days), and “current predicted time to detection” (10 days), so:
saying that the “case finding 14 days” means that the incubation period must be 14 days is wrong.
To do so, and to keep doing so even after explanation of the difference shows a lack of understanding.
That flyer, she was indeed very selfish, but that is human behaviour for you. You can’t stop such (people lying during screening) any more than you can stop people deliberately trying to game the system (taking anti-pyretics before flight boarding screening, and prior to destination screening) or innocently and inadvertently answering screening questions incorrectly (The “what state was I in?” What day did I leave?” that I mentioned above)
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