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Matt Hancock - megalabs and vaccines

Matt Hancock – megalabs and vaccines

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Matt Hancock – megalabs and vaccines – 5 million doses on order

Matt Hancock – megalabs and vaccines

Health Secretary Matt Hancock updates the nation on the measures in place to tackle the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.  He deliver the details from Downing Street.

Matt Hancock: Secured five million doses of Moderna vaccine if it is approved.  The US biotech firm says its vaccine was 95% effective.  It is more expensive than the Pfizer/BioNTech version.

Hancock: Test and trace – delighted Megalabs will increase capacity and create 4,000 labs.

The health secretary says the two new testing “mega labs” – to open in early 2021 – will add 600,000 to the UK’s daily testing capacity.

Hancock: PM going into self-isolation is a clear demonstration that everyone should follow the rules


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