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Coronavirus: Berkshire GPs volunteer in 'hot clinic'

Some family doctors have volunteered for new front-line roles in so-called "hot clinics" to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.

GP's across England have set up the clinics to see potential Covid-19 patients who don't need immediate hospital treatment, but still need medical help.

BBC reporter Nikki Mitchell was given access to a new coronavirus clinic in Reading to find out how it works.

  • 10 Apr 2020
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