Families with relatives in foster homes in England say governments that prevent visits to the coronavirus pandemic are violating human rights. They intend to take legal action. At level 1, residents can usually have a visitor, but in high-risk areas the advice is that visits should only be made in exceptional circumstances. The government says its priority is to keep the population safe. In the meantime, the UK will be the first country in the world to intentionally infect volunteers with coronavirus, in hopes of speeding up the search for the vaccine. Healthy volunteers under the age of 30 will be paid to participate in human challenge tests and monitor side effects for one year. Sophie Raworth introduces BBC News Ten to social media reporter Alison Holt and medical editor Fergus Walsh. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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