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Frustration at lack of testing capacity Covid-19 walk-in centre

Frustration at lack of testing capacity Covid-19 walk-in centre

Visitors to a walk-in Covid-19 testing centre in Birmingham voice theirfrustrations after being turned away.

It comes as Boris Johnson defended thesystem during Prime Minister's Questions.


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