Have you had coronavirus symptoms?
PUBLISHED: 09:13 16 March 2020 | UPDATED: 11:14 16 March 2020
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Almost 1,400 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, but the government admits the real figure is much higher.
That is because only a small number of people with symptoms of covid-19 are being tested.
Patients with obvious symptoms - such as a high temperature and a dry cough - are not being tested, if they do not need to go to hospital.
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Public Health England (PHE) has said it does not have the capacity to test everyone with symptoms, including NHS workers.
Current capacity allows for 4,000 tests a day and PHE wants to expand this to 10,000 a day, according to a document sent to NHS staff.
The document reads: 'Testing of all individuals with mild illness not requiring hospitalisation has ceased to ensure laboratory resources are ring-fenced for testing hospitalised patients.'
That means the real number of cases in the UK is several times higher than the official figures.
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