The UK is to become the first country to offer free covid tests to people over the age of 18.
The free tests, which are being tested in schools and at home, will run from Wednesday.
More:The first two tests will be administered by a private company and a third by the NHS.
Dr John Williams, a paediatrician at the University of Reading, said the test would give people “a much more accurate and accurate picture of whether they are being vaccinated”.
“There are some concerns that the first two can be quite inaccurate,” he told the BBC.
“I think it’s important that people have an accurate picture before they are given the third, which is also based on the data.”
It’s important to be absolutely clear about what you’re getting from a test, but it’s also important to give the people a clear picture as to whether they’re getting a positive result or not.
“Dr Williams said he hoped the tests would help to stop the spread of the coronavirus.”
There is a huge amount of uncertainty around how many people will be vaccinated, and what will happen to those who don’t,” he said.”
But if we can get the numbers down to 1.5 million or 1.6 million we’re on the right track.
“More:UK’s vaccination plans to be reviewed in monthsDr Williams added that he had not been contacted by any parents in the UK concerned about the tests.