UK has bought 3.5 million coronairus antibody tests: health minister
LONDON British health minister Matt Hancock said on Tuesday the government had purchased 3. five million antibody coronavirus exams so that folks who suspect they have got had the herpes simplex virus would be able to check out sure.
“We’ve now bought 3. 5 million antibody tests that will allow people to see whether they have had the virus and are immune to it and then can get back to work, ” Hancock said with a news conference.
“We expect people not to be able to catch it, except in very exceptional circumstances, for a second time. ”
National Medical Director of NHS England, Stephen Powis, likewise said Britain had recruited its first-person into a professional medical drug demo.