Pillar 1 and 2 positives from 7 February 2021

Steven Hammer made this Freedom of Information request to Public Health Scotland

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Dear Public Health Scotland,
I would like to request the following datasets:
Pillar1Positives - the number of positive tests identified by NHS Pillar 1 testing each day
Pillar2Positives - the number of positive tests identified by UK Government community testing each day.

I would like this data for the date range from 7 February 2021 until now.

An ideal format would be as a .csv file with the following columns:
Date, Pillar1Positives, Pillar2Positives
A date format of YYYYmmdd would be fine.

Yours faithfully,

Steven Hammer

phs foi, Public Health Scotland

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Dear Steven Hammer,

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REFERENCE 2021-000455

 

Thank you for your request for information of 11 March 2021, received by
Public Health Scotland on 12 March 2021 requesting information about:

 

“I would like to request the following datasets:

Pillar1Positives - the number of positive tests identified by NHS Pillar 1
testing each day

Pillar2Positives - the number of positive tests identified by UK
Government community testing each day.

I would like this data for the date range from 7 February 2021 until now”.

 

Your request is being dealt with and will be answered within 20 working
days in accordance with the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Donna Mitchell | Coordinator

Public Health Scotland

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Dear Steven Hammer,

 

Freedom of Information Reference: 2021-000455

 

Please find attached our response to your freedom of information request.

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

 

Donna Mitchell | Coordinator

Public Health Scotland

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