NHS groups 'nervous' about lockdown easing without contact tracing

Experts say reliance on human tracking without app may lead to rise in Covid-19 in England

Delays and problems with the contact-tracing system could leave England vulnerable to a rise in coronavirus cases as the lockdown is eased, NHS and public health groups have said.

They were speaking after ministers finally acknowledged that a tracing app would not be ready by 1 June, when England is due to enter the next phase of lockdown easing with the reopening of primary schools and more businesses.

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