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New ventilators to be delivered to NHS next week

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New ventilators to be delivered to NHS next week

New ventilators to be delivered to NHS next week

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove has announced that, “this weekend, the first of thousands of ventilator devices will roll off the production line and be delivered to the NHS next week”.

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