The number of people infected with Covid-19 in the UK, where most restrictions have been lifted, is approaching record levels in relative indifference, according to estimates published on Friday 25 March.
The actual number of infections is estimated to be significantly higher.
The statement comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that a patient affected by the new mutation had died.
“for the time they will not be obedient to regular checks where they are staying because of the low rate of Covid in the UK”.
The Heathrow’s refuse: no extra flights from India, even before it is added on the red list.
Blossoms is taking place on 2 May in Liverpool and fans will not have to wear masks or socially distance.
Covid-19 South African variant was found in some London boroughs and tests were immediately sent to the residents
World Health Organization calls out food markets that sell both live and death animals and can be dangerous for public health.
The UK takes a step towards the resumption of a normal life with a major easing of coronavirus restrictions.
GDP tumbled by 9.8% in total in 2020 which is the worst annual performance for over 300 years.
Sir Lenny Henry writes an open letter to black Britons, co-signed by many celebrities, urging them to get vaccinated against Covid-19 and fight “racial inequality”.
The PM is due to address the nation at 5pm this afternoon from the Government’s new £2.6 million press room to jog people’s memories about what the new rules.
Boris Johnson is promoting the idea of a “Great British summer of sport”, with people now allowed to “resume the activities they love”.
“Freedom pass” app may be required to enter pubs and sport venues, meanwhile MPs extend emergency Covid rules for a further six months.
The PM, like everyone else, underestimated how deadly and long-lasting the virus and its effects would end up being, to such an extent that we are still in lockdown, a year on.
AstraZeneca vaccine administering is now restored in European countries and a new research lead in the US confirms the jab’s efficacy and safety.
Pandemic’s impact on retail has been huge in the last year. Experts predict its consequences will last even after the end of restrictions and try to imagine how shopping will be in the future.
Several European countries suspended the rollout of AstraZeneca vaccine because of the blood clot cases and experts of the WHO and the EMA are planning to discuss its side-effects, while assuring its safety.
AstraZeneca insists that it is safe, citing a review of available data in more than 17 million people who have been vaccinated across the UK and EU has shown no evidence of an increased risk.
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Despite some positive news, there are signs that the attempt to reduce cases in some areas is slowing and possibly even running into difficulties.
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Alarming graphs show it will take another six months to jab just 30 per cent of European adult population.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says UK and Republic of Ireland could launch a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup.