Tali Fraser

Has the abuse of ‘test and trace’ started already?

An NHS Test and Trace form is displayed at the entrance of a Wetherspoons pub, Picture credit: Getty

I was followed three times in five days by men I didn’t know. During a pandemic – at any time, really – you would think they would have something better to do. They made gestures, shouted, catcalled, but I managed to lose them each time, partially because they had none of my details.

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