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.

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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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