A FIRM accused of faking PCR tests is banned from operating.
The Sun exposed RT Diagnostics last week, after secret footage revealed tens of thousands of tests were allegedly being dumped.
The Halifax firm had been on the government-approved list of private providers.
Accreditation body UKAS confirmed it has been removed.
A UKAS spokesman said: “We are aware that this matter is being followed up by the appropriate regulatory bodies which includes Trading Standards.
“In the interim this body is not listed on the Department of Health and Social Care website and may not offer Covid 19 services.
“It is now for the regulators to take this matter forward and prosecute if there have been breaches of legislation.”
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Some people say they received negative test results before they had even sent off their sample.