Image caption,

The distribution of free lateral flow tests could end as part of a government strategy to start living with Covid, according to the Sunday Times. The paper says Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce new plans within weeks, with free tests potentially only being provided in high-risk settings, such as care homes, hospitals and schools, and for those with symptoms. The paper quotes a Whitehall source as saying: “I don’t think we are in a world where we can continue to hand out free lateral flow tests to everybody.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

Get notified of the best deals on our WordPress themes.

You May Also Like

Former coal miners demand pension scheme review

Anthony Jones, a former miner and a trustee of the scheme, said:…

Michael Gove gets stuck in BBC lift, misses interview

Housing Secretary Michael Gove had a difficult start to the day when…

Labour urges energy firm tax hike to help cut household bills

“We recognise people are facing pressures with the cost of living, which…

Covid: Downing Street garden lockdown drinks and PCR testing changes

“We’re having to skip meal breaks or work hours late to meet…