'Everyone is scared to speak up': NHS staff need Covid-19 tests

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Nishant Joshi urges frontline workers to highlight lack of protective equipment and risks of no testing Coronavirus - latest news All our coronavirus coverage An A&E doctor has urged other frontline healthcare workers to speak up about the risks they are facing from lack of adequate protective equipment and the government’s decision to not test even symptomatic NHS workers. Nishant Joshi, who works at Luton and Dunstable general hospital, said that “everyone is scared to speak up publicly” but he wanted to highlight the government’s “chaotic” guidelines for healthcare workers on the frontline …

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