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Good practice case study - pop-up hepatitis C testing for people in supported accommodation during the COVID-19 outbreak

By: HCV ActionSeries: Good {ractice Case StudyLondon HCV Action 2020Description: 3pSubject(s): Diagnosis & assessment: Tests/procedures | Education & training: Hepatitis organisation planning/evaluation | Education & training: Health/mental health sector education | General reference: Other communicable diseasesOnline resources: Click link and scroll down Summary: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the ‘Everyone In’ policy meant that people who would otherwise be homeless were given accommodation in hotels: the team encouraged and incentivised testing uptake in order to test a large number of people who are normally considered hard to reach. Related terms: Coronavirus
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the ‘Everyone In’ policy meant that people who would otherwise be homeless were given accommodation in hotels: the team encouraged and incentivised testing uptake in order to test a large number of people who are normally considered hard to reach.

Related terms: Coronavirus

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