'And that guidance requires a denaturant—an additive meant to make the alcohol unpalatable if, say, a child tried to drink it."
Kinda wondered about that, because it also renders it poisonous, and if we are protecting kids from harm that seems less than ideal.
Some things are not really about science, they are about authorities. Seems like some things in medicine are like that, I don't know if all of medicine is like that. Maybe because I'm not a doctor I'm not allowed to know. Some of the test seems pretty simple, but I'm not quite sure how they create the primers, that may be hard, it has to be part of the virus DNA. Or maybe RNA, I don't remember.
 I may have to come back to that, it's a lot of words.>repealing all regulations that impede production of necessary goods to fight COVID-19
I always want to be respectful, but if the regulation is holing back something necessary and not preventing a greater harm, if I'm allowed to say it, I'd say that's a bad regulation.