The government is assumed to announce that England’s frontline NHS staff should get Covid vaccines by Spring today.
520,194 alerts sent out in the week ending July 7. Those were the highest number registered since January when the data started being announced.
The test is developed by US-based company Grail. It looks for chemical changes in parts of the genetic code, cell-free DNA (cfDNA).
From May 26, NHS allows anyone aged 30 or over to book the Covid vaccine, as the vaccination programme proceeds at a “phenomenal pace”.
Sir Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labour Party, demanded MPs to vote on pay rise for NHS workers. He accused Boris Johnson of “breaking promises”: the Government has proposed giving NHS staff a 1 per cent pay rise, despite…
Minister Dorries declares that the only possibility that the government can afford is the maximum increase of 1% of the salary of the NHS.
Bourne signed a multi-million pound contract to supply two million medical grade test tubes a week to the NHS.
Medics and volunteers are set to deliver about 100m doses within days from the approval.
The number of people with coronavirus who have died in hospitals in England rises to 32,647, while also other figures are on the rise.
A new testing service will be made available at Boots with results in just 12 minutes.
Johnson about to set an extra funding of £3bn for NHS amid fears of a second wave of Covid during the winter. For PM the NHS has to be “battle ready”.