RT rsmck: People are idiots. What is wrong with people?! Panic buying is a self perpetuating problem. If people panic buy the the usually sensible others tend to buy more because the first wave of panic buyers genuienly caused the shortages. What do people expect is going to happen?! twitter.com/bananaonbread/stat

My son was doing impromptu tech support for the app and QR at @CostaCoffee while waiting for his coffee. All the things I said about people having no idea how to scan a QR code, especially such a big one.
revk.uk/2020/09/how-not-to-qr-

RT TyronWilson: loooooooooooool these pricks literally just saw how much support it got as a random suggestion in a yougov poll then did it didn't they twitter.com/Sacha_Lord/status/

RT daphnehk: This โ€œlegal but harmful but... yeah, actually illegal for platformsโ€ category is mind-bending and interesting and all. But the bottom line is this will be a law restricting expression and information, and it has to meet fundamental rights standards. twitter.com/maevewa1sh/status/

RT runnytom: @NHSCOVID19app @DamoB1970 Why does the app have the NHS logo on it if it can't be linked with rest results from an NHS lab?

RT RX_Tiga: @max_ok1 @NHSCOVID19app @DamoB1970 @NHSCOVID19app this is where you need to reply. Answers to the above questions please.

RT Dr_D_Robertson: @NHSCOVID19app @DamoB1970 This is particularly important for private tests - for example, Oxford University is testing students and staff - it is possible that known Covid positive students/staff will not be identified to app users if they cannot enter the test result in the app ox.ac.uk/coronavirus/health/co

RT libdemdaisy: BREAKING (THREAD): Today, I exposed the fact that Govt has made no assessment of the cost of 10pm Covid closure on pubs, restaurants and other hospitality businesses @UKHofficial @CAMRA_Official This follows concerns it hasnโ€™t published medical evidence to justify it either. /1 twitter.com/independent/status

In case you were wondering, the blue is data, the red is error correction code, and the green is padding.
There is also control/format info (grey) and fixed marks (black/white).
The yellow is the quiet zone they are meant to have.
@NHSCOVID19app

RT NHSCOVID19app: @DamoB1970 Hi Damian,

If your test took place in a Public Health England lab or NHS hospital, or as part of national surveillance testing conducted by the Office for National Statistics, test results cannot currently be linked with the app whether theyโ€™re positive or negative.

Thanks.

RT youwon_getover: @NHSCOVID19app @DamoB1970 So the app cant link in with PHE, NHS or ONS tests. Almost like the app is actually set up and operated by a third party private company with the NHS logo slapped on it, or something...

In case you were wondering, the blue is data, the red is error correction code, and the green is padding.
There is also control/formt info (grey) and fixed marks (black/white).
The yellow is the quiet zone they are meant to have.
@NHSCOVID19app

I have added a section on: Why is a "big" QR code a bad idea?
I hope this is helpful, as some people have sensibly asked "why does it matter?"
revk.uk/2020/09/how-not-to-qr-

RT AdamWagner1: Tomorrow is the six month anniversary of the first set of lockdown regulations. There have been over 50 since then, none of which have been scrutinised by Parliament before they have come into force twitter.com/adamwagner1/status

Since when has software needed a โ€œCEโ€ mark? And what will that change to come Jan 1st?

Weird overlapping times. I thought it checked you โ€œoutโ€ of one place when you checked in to another. Strange @NHSCOVID19app

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