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Coronavirus: Health minister admits care homes still lack testing capacity amid claims sector 'completely abandoned' by government

Independent Thursday, 14 May 2020 ()
'We understand the mantra that was about 'save the NHS' but the concern we have is at what cost was that going to happen,' asks National Care Association
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Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the Government is providing the most 'support and scrutiny care homes have ever received' following widespread criticism of the way the Government handled care homes during the pandemic.

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