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Britain's daily testing target may have been met: minister

Reuters Friday, 1 May 2020
Britain may have hit its daily target of carrying out 100,000 COVID-19 tests a day, or will come close, putting in place the beginnings of a network to test, track and trace people through the pandemic, housing minister Robert Jenrick said on Friday.
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News video: Matt Hancock reveals that the Government has reached its daily Covid-19 testing target

Matt Hancock reveals that the Government has reached its daily Covid-19 testing target 00:56

At the Governemnt's daily press conference, Health Secretary Matt Hancock announces that the Government have reached the daily testing target of 100,000.

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