Care homes looking after thousands of vulnerable residents have said none of their staff have been tested for coronavirus.

Out of 210 care providers spoken to by the BBC, 159 said none of their workers had been screened.

Some have told how staff face long journeys to test centres, with one reporting a three-hour round trip.

The government said all symptomatic staff, residents and their families would be tested.

BBC England spoke to care homes and companies across the country, who between them employ nearly 18,000 staff and have almost 13,000 residents.

Many said they had seen no testing at all, while others have spoken of struggles to access official test centres after reporting online that they have symptoms.

Anna Knight runs Harbour House Care Home on the Dorset coast and

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