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A leading surgeon has said that NHS staff must be regularly tested for coronavirus or twice a week.
But the hospital trust bosses say they are still waiting on clarity on the plans for regular Tests.
The Department of health and Social care (DHSC) said, it is the focus on routine homes-Test in nursing.
Prof Alderson he was in a Health Select Committee meeting on the necessary steps that all NHS services are running again.
He Said : "It is absolutely necessary to regain the trust of the public that we test are able to be our staff on a regular basis. "
It would be "pragmatic" for the exam "about twice a week," he added, because it was not known that the tests were perfect.
as many As 30% of infections, missed by a single PAP smear test, research from the University of Bristol, an infected person fails to a negative result.
So a negative result should not be treated as a guarantee, say the scientists.
"It is always important to have multiple tests," Prof Nicola Stonehouse, a virologist at the University of Leeds, told The Bbc .
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these tests were performed only 75,935 actually.
"It is a sufficient capacity, it must only be directed to those who need it most," said Prof Alderson.
An employee has carried out the audit of the pilot project, the 11 hospital trusts More Than a month ago, according to the NHS provider, the trust administrator shall.
"But we had said no results, and no "timeline", its deputy chief executive of saffron Cordey.
"We have no idea when it rolls out. "
"It is a big Problem, if we want the NHS, said to get back on their feet," Ms Cordey.
The government said the nursing home staff and residents could be tested, even if you have no symptoms at The End of April, but it has not undertaken routinely NHS workers test.
A DHSC spokesman said the re-inspection would be "guided clinical advice on the relative priority and the availability of audit capacity".