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Afternoon roundup

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It's been a busy week of lockdown. On Monday, we released my report looking at cap-and-trade solutions for freshwater quality. Yesterday, Matt and I sent in our submission on the Commerce Commission's inquiry into supermarket competition. Don't think the computer's shut down this week. The browser tabs....It's a shame that rapid antigen tests are illegal in NZ. They aren't nearly as accurate as PCR. But when people are waiting six days for a test result and, in some cases, trying to run at-home isolation from the rest of the family during that period, having rapid antigen testing as a complement would be really good. RNZ reported on nurses living with close contacts being told to turn up for work even where those contacts' results hadn't come in yet. We could have had rapid antigen tests

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It's been a busy week of lockdown. On Monday, we released my report looking at cap-and-trade solutions for freshwater quality. Yesterday, Matt and I sent in our submission on the Commerce Commission's inquiry into supermarket competition

Don't think the computer's shut down this week. The browser tabs....

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