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Javid insists NHS staff are first in line for Covid tests

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Javid insists NHS staff are first in line for Covid tests

Javid insists NHS staff are first in line for Covid tests

Health secretary Sajid Javid insists NHS staff are being prioritised for Covid testing, despite the British Medical Association and Royal College of Nursing raising concerns over the availability of tests for frontline workers.

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