We don’t have capacity to do 100,000 tests a day. There are limits, and if you look at our average over the last three to four weeks, it’s certainly higher than 25,000.


We think we’re doing enough testing to find positive cases, we’re doing enough testing to have a good sense of where the virus is, but it’s a big and complex system. We have done – my notes tell me – we have done more than 1.5 million tests. In fact, we have done a total of 1,518,507 tests. That gives you a sense of how big a challenge that is. That’s since January one. That is one of the highest testing rates in the world up over one-in-five Victorians have been tested. That’s a massive, massive task.


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