GOOD MORNING BRITAIN’s medical expert Dr Hilary Jones has hit out at the government’s coronavirus Test and Trace app, stating he “never had faith” in the initiative which was meant to be groundbreaking to combat the disease.
Dr Hilary, 67, was on hand to offer his medical expertise on todays edition of Good Morning Britain, joining hosts Ben Shephard, 45, and Charlotte Hawkins, 45. With Health Secretary Matt Hancock, 41, announcing the coronavirus Test and Trace app will now be scrapped, the panel of presenters discussed the shock U-turn. In the midst of the conversation, the General Practitioner admitted he did think there were several problems with the groundbreaking technology which would have helped members of the public identify if they had been in contact with someone who had COVID-19. The ITV news show specialist didnt hold back in letting his colleagues and viewers know what he really thought.