LONDON (AFP) - English county cricket club Warwickshire have donated their Edgbaston ground to the country wide health provider if you want to perform pressure-via exams on their workforce for coronavirus.

The Birmingham floor s vehicle park will serve as host to the NHS staff for the testing because the British government bid to radically growth the amount of tests according to day for the deadly virus.

there has been particular concern over the shortage of assessments being finished at the NHS team of workers who're within the frontline of treating patients with the virus.


health Secretary Matt Hancock introduced plans on Thursday for one hundred,000 checks a day nationwide on all residents to be conducted by the cease of April.

Edgbaston is the venue for the second check between England and West Indies from June 12-16.

No choices haven't begun been made on postponing or cancelling any worldwide furnishings within the 2020 season in England.

"Warwickshire CCC has donated Edgbaston to the branch of health and Social Care to create a pressure-via COVID-19 trying out station, to be able to be used to often test NHS body of workers," the membership tweeted.

Neil Snowball, leader govt of Warwickshire, stated he changed into extremely joyful the club should do some thing for the health care workers.

"i'm pleased our stadium can be utilised to help the remarkable efforts being made via all of our NHS body of workers in reaction to the coronavirus disaster," he stated.

An NHS England spokesperson welcomed the offer.

"The innovative pressure-via at Edgbaston Cricket floor will make certain group of workers with signs and symptoms get tested directly for you to preserve being concerned for sufferers where viable and additionally guard themselves, families and sufferers towards the virus."