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Coffey 'doesn't know details' of Covid testing glitch

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Coffey 'doesn't know details' of Covid testing glitch

Coffey 'doesn't know details' of Covid testing glitch

Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey has admitted she does not know the individual details of the Covid testing blunder, which saw thousands of positive results omitted.

Public Health England revealed its official Covid dashboard had underreported 15,841 cases between 25 September and 2 October due to a technical glitch.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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