Hi everyone, so i logged in for mum as her statement should be on there today, but it isnt. It was saying on her account that the statement would be up on the 7th, today. Its not there and there is no other note on there re
her payment. Also as her payment day would be Saturday and Friday is the start of the Easter weekend, the dwp have online that payments during that time will be made on the 9th. But with no statement up does this mean her payment hasnt been released or cleared for the month yet?.
I agree with the guys, funeral expenses first. This is a website I used when I was dealing with probate for my mother and my OH found it useful too. If you scroll down a bit, there's a list of priorities in order. Barclays can't change that.
And another one from the government's Money Advice Service, scroll dow to Step 3.
The 'test, test, test' call from WHO specifically applies to just ''suspected cases'' and those who recently had contact with confirmed cases. WHO isn't calling for speculative testing.
I assume Prof Tobyjug is referring to a PCR test but as testing the entire nation for anything is a fantasy it doesn't matter much.
The Three-Body Problem
I don’t see some users posts, but since they’ve been quoted .........
I agree (in parts) with 2 contributors postings.
WHO says “test, test, test”, so more tests ARE key. That is part agreeing with one contributor.
I also agree with cjcregg. One has to understand the limitations of a test : (sensitivity, specificity and its positive and negative predictive values - which involves sensitivity / specificity AND prevalence!).
One also has to understand which test, to apply those limitations.
a) RNA NAAT? (Commonly called PCR, though PCR is a tradename, so ‘PCR’ is to ‘NAAT’ like ‘Hoover’ is to ‘vacuum cleaner’)
b) Antigen testing?
c) Antibody testing? (If so, IgM? IgG? Both??)
Knowing which test(s), their limitations, and thus what the result actually MEANS is more important than a blanket statement of “test everyone!”, (and repeatedly ??! ) .... especially as it allows prioritisation of who gets what test to maximise benefit, until “testing for all” is more than a pipe-dream .....
Would you repeat a positive IgG test? If so, in what circumstances??
@BritanniaLtd Coronavirus: Britannia Hotel made staff homeless in 'admin error'. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/420603-britannialtd-coronavirus-britannia-hotel-made-staff-homeless-in-admin-error/
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