1. Study suggesting you can't get coronavirus twice described as 'promising and encouraging'  Manchester Evening News
  2. Health and Social Care Secretary's statement on coronavirus (COVID-19): 1 May 2020  GOV.UK
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But a public health expert sounded caution, saying the science surrounding immunity was 'still emerging' But a public health expert sounded caution, saying the science surrounding immunity was 'still emerging'

Study suggesting you can't get coronavirus twice described as 'promising and encouraging' - Manchester Evening News

Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock gave the 1 May 2020 daily press briefing on the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock gave the 1 May 2020 daily press briefing on the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The UK's coronavirus national testing ‘co-ordinator’ John Newton at once giving out a message on #BBCR4today of arrogance, complacency and helplessness. We’ve the best testing but he’s not able to coordinate it and we’re following the best science but have the most people dying.”

Tim Walker on Twitter: "The UK's coronavirus national testing ‘co-ordinator’ John Newton at once giving out a message on #BBCR4today of arrogance, complacency and helplessness. We’ve the best testing but he’s not able to coordinate it and we’re following the best science but have the most people dying."

“The UK government is "optimistic" that effective coronavirus antibody tests will be available by the end of May or early June, according to Britain's national testing co-ordinator Professor John Newton.”

Fergal Bowers on Twitter: "The UK government is "optimistic" that effective coronavirus antibody tests will be available by the end of May or early June, according to Britain's national testing co-ordinator Professor John Newton."

“"We are on track to reach 100,000 tests per day, in fact we are somewhat ahead" of where the government thought it would be at this point, says Professor John Newton, the Coordinator of the UK Coronavirus Testing Programme”

Chris Mason on Twitter: ""We are on track to reach 100,000 tests per day, in fact we are somewhat ahead" of where the government thought it would be at this point, says Professor John Newton, the Coordinator of the UK Coronavirus Testing Programme"

“Government moving goalposts on testing. Initial pledge was to "carry out 100,000 tests for coronavirus by the end of this month". Today, testing co-ordinator John Newton said: "We are on target to have capacity for 100,000 tests a day."”

Samuel Horti on Twitter: "Government moving goalposts on testing. Initial pledge was to "carry out 100,000 tests for coronavirus by the end of this month". Today, testing co-ordinator John Newton said: "We are on target to have capacity for 100,000 tests a day.""

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