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Vaccinations are continuing as normal while jabs given in school are being rescheduled.
A survey by the Office for National Statistics suggests fewer than 0.05% of the population has the v
England's test and trace system changed tack this week, as national teams struggle to find case
The vaccines are being developed by the pharmaceutical company Janssen and US biotech firm Novavax.
Hospital admissions are not rising despite increases in coronavirus cases, according to NHS England
Issued at 8.50am on Friday 14 August 2020 Temperatures are not expected to reach heatwave threshold
A joint National Patient Safety Alert has been issued by NHS Improvement and NHS England national pa
Issued at 8.40am on Wednesday 12 August 2020 There is a 90% probability of Heat-Health criteria bein
England’s chief nurse has issued a rallying call to those receiving their A-Level results tomorrow t
Issued at 8.35am on Monday 10 August 2020 There is a 90% probability of Heat-Health criteria being m
The latest number of coronavirus (COVID-19) tests, cases and deaths in the UK.
Current rules on gatherings in Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire, East Lancashire and Leicester wil
How to protect care home residents and staff during the coronavirus outbreak.
Find out what restrictions are in place if you live, work or travel in the Leicester area during the
Find out what you can and cannot do if you live, work or travel in areas of the north of England.
The number of students accepted onto nursing courses across the UK has increased by 13.2% compared w
Keep holding on, folks. Now let me explain. I am a stickler when it comes principles. Maybe it has s
A hospital trust has installed specialist “rest pods” and chairs to allow its accident and emergency
Latest study findings have confirmed that children were not an important source of the coronavirus i
Senior nurses are seeking to establish a “once for Scotland” national approach to stoma care to end
Cases of PTSD, anxiety, depression and insomnia lead to calls for routine follow-up of survivorsCoro
Government accused of being ‘tone deaf’ for imposing restrictions in the north of England despite wa
Sometime in March my partner, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer two years ago, started to fadeL
Russia is not the only country pursuing domestic politics over global cooperation in the fight again
No clear sign of rise or fall in cases, says ONS, as government eases lockdown furtherCoronavirus –
Quarantini, the cocktail of the pandemic?Sadly no, we’re talking about new rules which mean that tra
Some 3.4 million people in England—just under 6% of the population—are likely to have been infected
The Russian government has approved a covid-19 vaccine for widespread use despite it apparently unde
Gerada states that doctors cannot choose their own learning needs.1 In fact, developing our own lear
What you need to knowMost tick bites do not cause Lyme diseaseA “bull’s eye” red rash of erythema mi
Many GPs could struggle to plan for retirement after Primary Care Support England (PCSE) apologised
Patients who refuse to wear a face covering when attending a GP practice could be told they will be
GP practices will not be asked to work over the August bank holiday unless they are subject to lockd
More than one in five GPs may have had COVID-19, according to a BMA survey that shows doctors are in
Over half of GP partners believe primary care networks (PCNs) will have a positive impact on patient
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