Complete evaluations of testing protocols for Lateral Flow Devices,

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Dear Public Health England,
Under the Freedom of Information Act, will you please let me have within the prescribed period of twenty working days:
A complete list of all available peer reviewed evidence and complete evaluations of testing protocols for all and any Lateral Flow Devices, including the Innova SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Qualitative Test, currently being used to determine the infection rate of SARS – CoV-2 with or without symptoms, in the British public, which conclusively demonstrate the sensitivity, specificity and robust ability of the Testing regime and the results obtained.
Yours faithfully,
Karyse Day

FOI, Public Health England

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Public Accountability Unit
Public Health England
[Public Health England request email]
Tel: 020 8327 6920
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Dear Karyse Day,

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FOI Team
Public Accountability Unit
Public Health England
[Public Health England request email]
Tel: 020 8327 6920
www.gov.uk/phe Follow us on Twitter @PHE uk

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