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Matt Hancock: Antibody tests to be rolled out across country after health and social care sector

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Matt Hancock: Antibody tests to be rolled out across country after health and social care sector

Matt Hancock: Antibody tests to be rolled out across country after health and social care sector

Matt Hancock said antibody tests would be rolled out “across the country” after the health and social care sector.

Asked when members of the public who suspect they may have had coronavirus will be able to take an antibody test, the Health Secretary said: “In the first instance the antibody tests are being used by those in the health and social care sector.

“We are delivering around 40,000 a day across the NHS and social care sector – just over 40,000 a day on the latest figures."

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