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A MAJOR new trial will see 100,000 home testing kits sent to household across the UK to trace the spread of coronavirus, it’s been revealed. Scientists leading the new programme said short of…

Major new coronavirus home testing trial will check 100k households to track Covid in community – The Sun

The Department of Health said swab tests will be sent to 100,000 randomly selected people.The Department of Health said swab tests will be sent to 100,000 randomly selected people.

Scientists welcome escalation of Covid-19 testing in the community | Central Fife Times

A HOME testing programme will track the progress of coronavirus across England, the Government will say today. A sample of 100,000 randomly chosen people will be invited to provide nose and throat swabs to see whether they are currently infected.A HOME testing programme will track the progress of coronavirus across England, the Government will say today. A sample of 100,000 randomly chosen people will be invited to provide nose and throat swabs to see whether they are currently infected.

Coronavirus tests: 100,000 will take part in home testing programme | UK | News | Express.co.uk

The major home testing programme has been launched and will be a two phase programme with the second phase identifying accurate antibody testsThe major home testing programme has been launched and will be a two phase programme with the second phase identifying accurate antibody tests

Major 100,000 home testing programme launched to track levels of coronavirus in the community - Birmingham Live

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“"44 percent of the Waterloo plant’s workforce had tested positive for coronavirus; 90 percent of cases in surrounding Black Hawk County can be traced back to the plant. At least 4,400 meatpacking workers across 80 plants in 26 states had tested positive" https://t.co/buPXZwnhBb”

Luke Thomas on Twitter: ""44 percent of the Waterloo plant’s workforce had tested positive for coronavirus; 90 percent of cases in surrounding Black Hawk County can be traced back to the plant. At least 4,400 meatpacking workers across 80 plants in 26 states had tested positive" https://t.co/buPXZwnhBb"

““The Capitol’s attending physician said coronavirus tests will be available for staffers and senators who are ill, but not enough to proactively test all 100 senators as the chamber comes back.” Beyond pathetic, ⁦@senatemajldr⁩ and @SenSchumer⁩. https://t.co/uEnCYSWV8v”

Bill Kristol on Twitter: "“The Capitol’s attending physician said coronavirus tests will be available for staffers and senators who are ill, but not enough to proactively test all 100 senators as the chamber comes back.” Beyond pathetic, ⁦@senatemajldr⁩ and @SenSchumer⁩. https://t.co/uEnCYSWV8v"

“An Indian national who was apprehended last week after being suspected of illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in California with three other Mexican nationals has tested positive for coronavirus. #BuildTheWall https://t.co/lKtd1mkZFe”

Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS on Twitter: "An Indian national who was apprehended last week after being suspected of illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in California with three other Mexican nationals has tested positive for coronavirus. #BuildTheWall https://t.co/lKtd1mkZFe"

“getting a coronavirus test tomorrow because my fever won't go away😳”

joshua rush on Twitter: "getting a coronavirus test tomorrow because my fever won't go away😳"

A major new programme of home testing for coronavirus will track the progress of the infection across England, the Government announced today.A major new programme of home testing for coronavirus will track the progress of the infection across England, the Government announced today.

Major home testing programme for coronavirus will track levels of infection in the community | Wigan Today

The government has unveiled a major home testing programme to track levels of infection The government has unveiled a major home testing programme to track levels of infection

100,000 'randomly selected' people are going to be sent coronavirus home testing kits - Manchester Evening News

HOME TESTING FOR COVID-19 - Imperial College London is to lead a major programme of home testing for COVID-19 to track the progress of the infection across England.HOME TESTING FOR COVID-19 - Imperial College London is to lead a major programme of home testing for COVID-19 to track the progress of the infection across England.

Home testing for coronavirus to track levels of infection in the community | Imperial News | Imperial College London

The Department of Health is planning on sending swab tests to 100,000 randomly-selected people across England The Department of Health is planning on sending swab tests to 100,000 randomly-selected people across England

Coronavirus: Home testing programme will track levels of infection in the community - Nottinghamshire Live

Britain plans to test a randomly chosen group of 100,000 people for COVID-19 as part of its efforts to understand infection rates better before loosening restrictions on the public, its health ministry said on Thursday.Britain plans to test a randomly chosen group of 100,000 people for COVID-19 as part of its efforts to understand infection rates better before loosening restrictions on the public, its health ministry said on Thursday.

UK to test 100,000 people for COVID-19 to check spread - Reuters

Britain plans to test a randomly chosen group of 100,000 people for COVID-19 as part of its efforts to understand infection rates better before loosening restrictions on the public, its health ministry said on Thursday.Britain plans to test a randomly chosen group of 100,000 people for COVID-19 as part of its efforts to understand infection rates better before loosening restrictions on the public, its health ministry said on Thursday.

Britain's government is due to review next week whether to relax a nationwide lockdown brought in on March 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Britain's government is due to review next week whether to relax a nationwide lockdown brought in on March 23 to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

UK to Test Over 1 Lakh People for Coronavirus to Check Spread Before Easing Restrictions