Shapps: No PCR needed for asymptomatic Covid cases

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has stated that solely three in 10,000 lateral circulation assessments would present a false optimistic and that the federal government is assured that the assessments are correct.

From Tuesday 11 January, any asymptomatic one that has examined optimistic for coronavirus will not must take a PCR check to substantiate their outcome.

The replace to those guidelines is aimed to enhance entry to PCR assessments for individuals who have signs and those that work in transport, heathcare and different key staff.

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