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Health & Fitness Test and Trace 'even worse than we think': Warning on missing data

05:25  28 october  2020
05:25  28 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The NHS Test and Trace system was unveiled by Health Secretary Matt Hancock (right) and Baroness Harding (left) at the daily coronavirus press conference But it has warned that it will impose penalties if people do not follow its orders. Spot checks could be made to households and fines could be issued.

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Britain's test and trace system is 'getting worse' and struggling to cope with the resurgence of coronavirus, according to experts.

Gaps in the data make it impossible to know whether official restrictions are reducing the spread of infection, say the researchers.

Scientists led by University College London say the gaps are starkly illustrated by their new 'data dashboard' Covid Red, which is designed to bring together all available virus information.

Professor Christina Pagel, a co-developer, said: 'We don't know what percentage of people with symptoms are actually isolating for the full length of time or their contacts.'

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a hand holding a cellphone: Scientists led by University College London say Britain's test and trace system is struggling to cope with the resurgence of coronavirus. Pictured: NHS England's Test and Trace app © Provided by Daily Mail Scientists led by University College London say Britain's test and trace system is struggling to cope with the resurgence of coronavirus. Pictured: NHS England's Test and Trace app

She added: 'If people are not isolating then it's just window dressing. We would like that to be collected and reported weekly. It is such an important thing.'

Researchers also found that some of the best available data was up to two weeks old.


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They urged health authorities to prioritise real-time information to 'inform and support the necessary responses, including regional or local lockdowns'.

Covid Red – full name the Covid Response Evaluation Dashboard – has been designed for use by both officials and the public.

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It collates and presents data from the Office of National Statistics, Public Health England and the NHS under five categories: Find, test, track, isolate and support for those asked to isolate.

a man driving a car: A new 'data dashboard' has shown a rising number of people test and trace has failed to find within 24 hours, as well as a rising number only traced after 72 hours which is 'too late' to stop infection spread, Professor Christina Pagel from University College London said. Pictured: A worker advises a woman attending a drive-in test facility © Provided by Daily Mail A new 'data dashboard' has shown a rising number of people test and trace has failed to find within 24 hours, as well as a rising number only traced after 72 hours which is 'too late' to stop infection spread, Professor Christina Pagel from University College London said. Pictured: A worker advises a woman attending a drive-in test facility

It shows a rising number of people that test and trace fails to find within 24 hours, along with a rising number only traced after 72 hours, which Professor Pagel said was 'too late' to stop infection spread.

Getting contacts of new cases to isolate was vital to 'break the chain of transmission', she added. Numbers missed had hugely increased since September, showing the 'system starting to get overloaded'.

Co-developer Professor Deenan Pillay said coronavirus case numbers were now doubling every two weeks and real-time data was essential to monitor 'hotspots' of infection going into winter.

He added: 'We will depend on test and trace in the long term for ensuring we capture infections, we don't continue to have to go into more and more lockdowns.'

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