In full: Matt Hancock makes announcement on Covid testing for international arrivals

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “In full: Matt Hancock makes announcement on Covid testing for international arrivals” – below is their description.

    The Health Secretary will be delivering a statement regarding #Covid-19 in the House of Commons.

    Matt #Hancock is expected to announce that all arrivals into the UK will have to take Covid tests on days two and eight of their self-isolation at home, as the Government scrambles to keep new variants out of the country.

    It is thought arrivals will be made to take the PCR tests – which are more accurate, but also more expensive – during their isolation period.

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