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No surge testing for India variants despite Hancock pledge – The Guardian

Following health secretary’s statement last month, Public Health England confirms it is carrying out ‘targeted testing’ instead

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CoronavirusFollowing health secretarys statement last month, Public Health England confirms it is carrying out targeted testing instead
Surge testing is not being carried out in England for coronavirus variants first detected in India, despite the government claiming it would be, the Guardian has learned.
The coronavirus variant known as B.1.617 is a variant under investigation in the UK, together with its close relatives B.1.617.2 and B.1.617.3. All three are worrying scientists because they contain…

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