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MP to contact health secretary over improved coronavirus testing facility in King's Lynn




North West Norfolk's MP will be contacting the health secretary Matt Hancock to push for improved coronavirus testing facilities in Lynn.

Residents are currently travelling to Norwich and Peterborough to obtain a test.

And MP James Wild said he has received complaints from people regarding the lack of a facility in the Lynn area.

North West Norfolk MP James Wild in the House of Commons
North West Norfolk MP James Wild in the House of Commons

Mr Wild said the test centre at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital can only be used by staff and their families.

He told the Lynn News: "I want to see more of a facility in King's Lynn and I will definitely get in touch with the health secretary regarding this.

"It is important that anyone with symptoms gets an appointment, whether that is a mobile centre or test centre."



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