(Source: Sky News)
As Britain sought to assemble its coronavirus testing programme, all the usual rules were broken.
In their effort to release rapid data to show the increase in testing capacity, officials from Public Health England (PHE) and the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) "hand-cranked" the numbers to ensure a constant stream of rising test numbers were available for each day's press conference, Sky News has been told.
An internal audit later confirmed that some of those figures simply didn't add up. According to multiple sources, the data collection was carried out in such a chaotic manner that we may never know for sure how many people have been tested for coronavirus.
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