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Justice Secretary addresses Covid-19 testing delays

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Justice Secretary addresses Covid-19 testing delays

Justice Secretary addresses Covid-19 testing delays

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland said the Government was facing “realchallenges” on coronavirus testing and suggested that school children andtheir parents would be the next testing priority after NHS and social careworkers.


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