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#CoronavirusNewsDesk – The U.K. is launching so-called “surge testing” in a number of locations where additional cases of the South African coronavirus variant has been found. The government, in a statement regarding additional testing locations on Monday, said a “small number of cases” identified through extensive surveillance “cannot be traced back to international travel.”

“All cases are currently self-isolating and contact tracing is underway. Residents over 16 years of age living in several postal codes located East of England, London, North West, South East and West Midlands are encouraged to get tested regardless of whether they have symptoms.”

Published: Feb.01: 2021:

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