Rapid antigen tests and carbon dioxide monitors are warning systems, not approval processes.
With a RAT, you're looking for a positive. A negative is fine, but does not exclude the possibility of infection.
With a CO2 sensor, you're looking for a large number of parts per million (>1,200 ppm). Depending on the size of the room and the number of people present, a low reading (400-1200 ppm) is fine, but does not exclude poor filtration.
You're looking for the warning, not for the approval.
To jog your memory:
Been using Tocca's Florence a few times a week now and am really enjoying it. The gardenia and jasmine are hefty (and they persist all the way through the dry down), but the fruit topnotes counter them nicely. I like that the base isn't too complicated so that the florals can be front and center.
Anyone have a go-to right now? What do you like about it?
So much crying
I will kill everyone on this island
Wheel of Time S1E02
Oh we do get the retelling it's just boring as hell
Wheel of Time S1E01
Also why wasn't Thom there
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