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Ashworth presses Hancock on Covid testing glitch numbers

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Ashworth presses Hancock on Covid testing glitch numbers

Ashworth presses Hancock on Covid testing glitch numbers

Health Secretary Matt Hancock was unable to give the number of contacts that had been traced and are now isolating after a technical glitch saw nearly 16,000 cases unreported over seven days.

Asked by Shadow Health Secretary Jon Ashworth in the Commons, he said contacts were still being traced but the information was not yet available.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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