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From Thursday, anyone with symptoms of coronavirus will be tested and, if they are found to be positive, told to hand over details of anyone with whom they have had close contact.These people will then receive a text (below), email or phone call telling them to enter self isolation for up to 14 days and to book their own test if symptoms develop. Even if the test returns negative they will be asked to continue isolating.Announcing the new scheme on Wednesday night, Boris Johnson, admitted that it was a “huge imposition” on the British public.He said that it would be voluntary at first, but warned that it could become mandatory with fines for those who did not comply with the quarantine or failed to hand over details of their friends and family.Mr Johnson made the announcement in front of an MPs’ committee during which he was again questioned on the conduct of Dominic Cummings, his special adviser, who drove to Durham from London during lockdown in an apparent breach of the guidelines.The Prime Minister said that it was time to “move on” from that debate and denied the episode could lead to Britons being less likely to make the sacrifices now being asked of them.However, it emerged that Penny Mordaunt, the paymaster general, told a constituent in an email that she believed Mr Cummings had “undermined key public health messages”.Mr Johnson denied that the Cummings episode would make the public “far less energetic” about adhering to the new system.Today the Prime Minister will formally review the lockdown rules which were imposed on Britain nine weeks ago. Mr Johnson also suggested that he could drop the coronavirus alert level from four to three, allowing for some lockdown relaxations.In his announcement, Mr Johnson said the new test and trace system would place a burden on a “tiny minority” of people, but would ultimately free up to 66 million people from lockdown.He said: “It is a huge imposition, but it will be on a very small minority of the population.”And I would just say to everybody that it’s worth it, because that is the tool that other countries have used to unlock the prison, to make sure that we can go forward.”And so, that captivity for a tiny minority for a short time will allow us gradually to release 66 million people from the current situation so I do think it’s the right way forward.”was supposed to be backed by an app, which would mean those who have been in close proximity to those who test positive would be automatically contacted, and urged to self isolate.