An idea to introduce potential community testing in Cornwall as a way out of the lockdown has been met with caution by tourism leaders and health professionals.
MP Jeremy Hunt, the chair of the health and social care committee said with a very low number of cases in Cornwall, it could be a place to start "mass community testing".
Malcolm Bell, chief executive of Visit Cornwall said science, medicine and health should "dominate the agenda and decision making" but if there is a way out of the lockdown it should be seriously looked at to "see if it's possible".
But he said any possible solution should not "compromise the safety of the residents of Cornwall".
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