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Coronavirus testing crisis hits hospitals and schools

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Coronavirus testing crisis hits hospitals and schools

Coronavirus testing crisis hits hospitals and schools

NHS hospitals are cancelling operations and turning away patients whilst more than 30 schools across the country have closed, or told at least one year group to go home amid a deepening crisis over coronavirus testing Report by Fullerg.

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