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LIVE: govt coronavirus update – 1 April – concerns numbers are rising

Live: govt coronavirus update- 1 April

Sharma: Our businesses are doing all they can to support people and govt will do all it can to support them. Government is taking unprecedented action to increase NHS capacity by expanding number of beds, staff and equipment.

Doyle:  Still need to protect the NHS so stay at home.  Midlands a concern.  The rise in the number of new cases in the UK is concerning. Government’s top priority is to increase Covid-19 testing capacity.  A wrong test is a bad test

The government gives its daily update on Covid-19 from Downing Street as anger mounts over the UK’s struggles in testing people for the virus. Business Secretary Alok Sharma MP faces questions from journalists and is expected to give an update on jobs and unemployment.

Also Dr Yvonne Doyle Public Health England will be there.

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