A laboratory spearheading Britain’s coronavirus testing effort only asked people to start applying for jobs there today – despite Health Secretary Matt Hancock claiming the facility opened a week ago. The National Biosample Centre, in Milton Keynes, has been set aside and repurposed to be able to cope with testing on a mass scale, in order to ensure that frontline NHS staff – and eventually the wider public – can find out if they have the disease. But it has endured a faltering start, as sources claim no testing has actually taken place and government ministers admit they still do not know when it will be ‘fully operational’. Officials say swab samples will be sent in from all over the country by Royal Mail and Amazon but the only deliveries made today were from vans carrying floorboards and fire extinguishers. It comes as another 569 coronavirus deaths have been declared in the UK today, taking the total death toll to 2,921. The National Biosample Centre, in Milton Keynes, has been set aside and repurposed to be able to cope with testing on a mass scale But it has endured a faltering start, as sources claim no testing has actually taken place and… Read full this story
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