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Matt Hancock: Participation with NHS Test and Trace is your civic duty

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Matt Hancock: Participation with NHS Test and Trace is your civic duty

Matt Hancock: Participation with NHS Test and Trace is your civic duty

Whilst hosting the Coronavirus daily briefing at Downing Street the Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the use of the new Test and Trace system will be everyone’s ‘civic duty’ to take part.

The UK's death toll has risen by 151, taking the total number of fatalities to to 41,279.

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