November 28, 2021

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The British government has strongly criticized the move: millions were thrown out and thus did not fight for the crown.

The British government has strongly criticized the move: millions were thrown out and thus did not fight for the crown.

McHillier, the opposition Labor leader and chairman of the House of Commons’ public finance committee, said the government and project leader Dido Harding had shown “more enthusiasm” and confidence in the testing and tracking system. However, in an interview with the BBC, he said that despite their high investment, the project had failed to meet its ambitions.

“This is one of our biggest concerns, it’s almost like an ATM for taxpayers. It’s not really enough to consider taxpayer funds that really worries us as a group.” She added.

The big plan did not work

Following the outbreak of a new corona virus infection last year, Britain sought to develop a larger program off the ground to test people and detect infected contacts. However, it soon experienced a sharp increase in the number of victims, and currently ranks second among covit-related deaths in European countries. In this respect, according to the AFP, only Russia is ahead of it.

British MEPs report that Harding and the British government are relying heavily on expensive external contractors to replace the existing networks of the British National Health Service (NHS). The report states that the level of service provided under the scheme is volatile as only a “small group of people showing signs of COVID-19” carry out the tests.

Unfulfilled goal

Overall, the MEPs concluded that the project “did not achieve its main goal”. Create diffusion chains and help the people of the country return to a “more normal way of life”.

On the other hand, the government defends its testing and tracking program, arguing that more people in the UK now have access to the tests than in any other European country. Jenny Harris, head of the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), said the plan would help Britain destroy the chain of infection every day and save lives by detecting outbreaks.

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