The result after 90 minutes: the UK is struggling with a Corona-fast tests against the second wave

To contain the Coronavirus wants to introduce the UK, two new types of rapid tests. Health Minister Matt Hancock said, according to a message of his Ministry ea

The result after 90 minutes: the UK is struggling with a Corona-fast tests against the second wave

To contain the Coronavirus wants to introduce the UK, two new types of rapid tests. Health Minister Matt Hancock said, according to a message of his Ministry early on Monday morning: "millions of new Coronavirus-rapid tests provide on-the-spot in less than 90 minutes results and help us, transmission chains quickly to interrupt." Starting next week, hospitals, nursing homes and laboratories around 5.8 million DNA and 450,000 smear tests were provided, it was more.

Both Tests could prove Covid-19 and others, especially in the Winter angry viruses such as influenza virus, the conference heard. As a result, the testing capacity will be increased enormously. For the implementation of the Tests, no trained medical staff is required, which means that you could be in a more non-clinical environments. "The fact that these Tests of both the flu, as well as Covid-can be detected 19, will help us on the way in the Winter is enormous, so that the patient can adhere to the right advice to protect themselves and others," said Hancock.

"Serious incident" in greater Manchester

The United Kingdom is in Europe, the worst of the pandemic is concerned. More than a 306,000 cases were registered, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to date, more than 46.200 Infected died.

in Addition, has worsened the Coronavirus situation in greater Manchester more. The authorities proclaimed on Sunday morning in a "serious incident", as the number of Infected was increased in several areas. This gives the authorities more options for action in the fight against the pandemic. There is no cause for panic, stressed the authorities. Striking are the increases in Manchester, Tameside and Oldham, were the "Manchester Evening News reported".

Updated Date: 03 August 2020, 01:19

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