LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is planning to bring in population-wide mass testing for coronavirus to help control the pandemic, said health minister Matt Hancock on Wednesday.
“This is a really, really important drive that we have across government to bring in mass testing, population-wide testing,” Hancock told BBC radio.
“We’ll ramp it up, certainly over the remainder of this year.”
Reporting by Sarah Young and Michael Holden; editing by Kate Holton
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