Track and trace

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No.10 warns public “must play their part” – or risk the system being made compulsory.
The NHS Test and Trace programme will begin in England on Thursday, but Labour warns government support for Dominic Cummings could hinder public co-operation.
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Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden leads Downing Street press conference alongside national medical director for NHS England Professor Stephen Powis. It comes as Boris Johnson promises UK track and trace system to be in place by June 1.
Downing Street says it will be available "in the coming weeks", having originally being slated for a mid-May rollout by health secretary Matt Hancock.
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Recruitment company tells job applicants government is considering an "alternative" app, but later says this was a "miscommunication and false".
Ministers had pledged 18,000 would be recruited by "mid May" – and experts say 50,000 are needed.
The app uses mobile phones to trace movements and track the spread of coronavirus.