...said " However, in recent weeks, the hVIVO scientific team led by their Chief Scientist Andrew Catchpole have reopened their Coronavirus challenge study project and work files. " I wonder how far advanced they were on the project when it was pulled due to lack of interest at the time. They seem to need funding to move on with this but surely it won't be hard to get?
Rosewall that delayed consumption is only true to an extent, a bit like BOGOF offers: if it's toilet rools, then the use won't go up just because some bought more. If it's perishables, consumption will rise significantly at a lot of what was bought will go out of date. In any event, the false supply crisis will diminish now, the issue will be how to get products to customers. Allowing vulnerable to shop earlier than others when they aren't supposed to be out anyway simply adds to the medical challenge.
Yeah but it's a binary thing - if you are that's great, if you aren't then it's bad. Hence I guess the huge polarisation of views on the situation. A 75-year is unlikely to feel as relaxed about it as a 25-year old.
Although given the state of flux we are in, both as individuals and in terms of financial markets, I would really like to see an update, Novacyt doesn't seem to be under any real obligation to issue an RNS. Only possible reason I can see is that they have contract/sales information which would affect the SP.
Annoying isn't it, and the longer it goes on, the more uncomfortable we all become. But not half as uncomfortable as we might feel about contracting the virus.