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Coronavirus testing: How to do a lateral flow test at home

Coronavirus lateral flow tests are free and provide a quick result within 30 minutes. But how do you do one?

Secondary pupils across the UK are taking them as part of plans to reduce the risk of Covid-19 spreading in schools.

All businesses in England can also request tests for their workers as part of the government’s roadmap out of the pandemic.

Although the tests are quick, it’s important they’re done correctly to give accurate results.

Our health reporter Laura Foster explains.

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