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Coronavirus: NHS and social care staff to get antibody tests from next week, Matt Hancock to announce

Independent Thursday, 21 May 2020 ()
The tests detect whether a person has had coronavirus and since recovered
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Health Secretary Matt Hancock says the government "will not rest" from doing what is "humanly possible" to protect care home staff and residents from coronavirus. He said: "Today's figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that the number of deaths in care homes has fallen...

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