Government late to involve councils in coronavirus testing, report finds

By Dan Peters | 01 September 2020

Central government was late to consider how councils could help ramp up coronavirus testing in the early days of the crisis, according to a new think-tank report.

The report by the Institute for Government said some of the early problems with testing were ‘down to a lack of local input, for instance from regional public health directors, on key decisions’.

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