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Tests at England's major railway stations and on trains reveal no traces of COVID-19

Sky News Monday, 2 August 2021
Tests at England's major railway stations and on trains reveal no traces of COVID-19Tests at four major railway stations in England and on intercity train services revealed no traces of COVID-19, National Rail has said.
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