Government announces two new coronavirus ‘megalabs’ to open

 Government announces two new coronavirus ‘megalabs’ to open
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Two new coronavirus ‘megalabs’ are set to open next year, doubling the UK’s daily testing capacity.

The Government has announced one will be in England and the other in Scotland.

One laboratory will be based in Leamington Spa, but the Scottish location hasn’t yet been confirmed.

They will be able to process up to 600,000 samples a day when operating at full capacity, ac

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