‘This Is A Serious Failure’: Report Claims Indian Variant Spread Helped By Test & Trace Failure| GMB

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Jacqui Smith and Iain Dale discuss the report that test and trace failures helped the spread of the Indian variant.

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Broadcast on 21/05/21

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