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    Andrew Pierce strongly criticises the government’s testing system and says it is ‘shameful’ doctors are being sent home because they can’t be tested. Prof Devi Sridhar says she cannot understand how countries like Senegal and Vietnam have effective testing systems up and running and the UK still doesn’t. She says it is a ‘comically depressing’ situation that we don’t have any idea how many people actually have Covid-19.

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