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For all the heavy lifting they do every day, wireless routers don’t get the appreciation they deserve. Pretty much all of us take them for granted, yet these humble little devices perform a vital job: Turning your wired internet connection into a Wi-Fi signal that laptops, printers, mobile devices, smart TVs, streaming players, and gaming consoles can connect to wirelessly. You’re probably currently using a fairly basic router supplied by your internet service provider (and you’re likely paying monthly rental fees for the privilege, too, which will total much more than what the router itself is worth).
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Massive queues built-up outside coronavirus testing centres in England today as the government’s shambolic swab system descended into further chaos and Matt Hancock was forced to admit the fiasco will last for several weeks.
Long lines were pictured at sites in Southend, Bury, Birmingham and Manchester as the Health Secretary faced a grilling in Parliament over the system which has left doctors, nurses, care home residents and teachers all unable to get checked for the life-threatening disease.
Outraged residents in some parts of the country have complained about being forced to drive hundreds of miles for Covid-19 testing. But frustrating images revealed some testing sites were deserted today, with workers left twiddling their thumbs and fighting their boredom on their phones.
The Health Secretary admitted up to 250,000 Britons are waiting for their Covid-19 test result because of a mammoth backlog in Government laboratories, which has meant tens of thousands