• By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID VACCINE BEING TESTED IN PATIENTS WITH LOW IMMUNITY

    The race is on to find out if those with cancer and other conditions can be protected as the UK unlocks.

    Vaccination, Cancer
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID AND DEMENTIA - 'LET THEM SEE THEIR FAMILIES'

    Actress Ruthie Henshall is calling for more visiting access to family members in care homes.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    CHILDREN'S DOCTORS GIVEN FABRICATED ILLNESS GUIDANCE

    Experts say most cases involve genuine but misplaced health anxieties, not faked illness.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID: FRANCE APPROVES ASTRAZENECA VACCINE FOR OVER-65S

    Older French patients can now get the jab, which had been initially limited to those aged under 65.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID-19: REGULAR TESTS A 'GAME-CHANGER' FOR SCHOOLS, SAYS SCIENCE ADVISER

    Rapid tests will give confidence that schools can open safely, a government science adviser says.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID BRAZIL VARIANT 'MAY SPREAD MORE EASILY'

    The first detailed studies of the P.1 variant suggest it may be up to twice as transmissible.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    WHAT DOES COVID TESTING IN SCHOOLS LOOK LIKE?

    A look at how schools are preparing to welcome back most pupils on 8 March.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    PROFESSOR VAN-TAM: 'ONE DOSE OF VACCINE REDUCING HOSPITALISATION BY 80%'

    Professor Jonathan Van-Tam says that for over 70s, both the Oxford-AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines are 60% effective against illness...

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID VACCINES CUT RISK OF SERIOUS ILLNESS BY 80%

    Latest study on UK rollout suggests jabs significantly reduce risk of being admitted to hospital.

    Vaccination, Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    PROSTHETIST FUNDRAISING £300,000 FOR A BIONIC ARM AFTER CYCLING ACCIDENT

    Jim Ashworth-Beaumont needs the prosthetic after being involved in a cycling accident last year.

    Arm
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID-19: CRITICAL CARE BEDS SHORTAGE PROMPTS CALLS FOR REVIEW

    The UK has 7.3 critical care beds per 100,000 people, compared to Germany's 33.8 and the US's 34.3.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID: TEACHERS' RISK 'SIMILAR' TO OTHER UNDER-65S

    The study measured infection rates in school staff and pupils in November and December.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID-19: OFFICIALS HUNT BRAZIL VIRUS VARIANT CASE IN ENGLAND

    Anyone without a result from a Covid test on 12 or 13 February is urged to come forward.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    CORONAVIRUS: FALSE VACCINE CLAIMS DEBUNKED

    Misleading claims about coronavirus vaccines have been spreading online.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID-19: MORE THAN 20 MILLION IN UK HAVE HAD FIRST JAB

    The milestone is a "huge national achievement" and "every jab makes a difference", Boris Johnson says.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID-19: PEOPLE AGED 60 TO 63 IN ENGLAND TO GET JAB INVITES FROM MONDAY

    The vaccine rollout is gaining "fresh momentum," the NHS says as the next batch of letters are sent out.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    COVID-19: HOW WOULD AN NHS VACCINE PASSPORT APP WORK?

    There is growing speculation that a certificate scheme could be built into the main NHS app.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    CORONAVIRUS SPREAD SLOWED BY VACCINES, STUDY SUGGESTS

    There was a 75% reduction in staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital testing positive after a vaccination.

    Vaccination, Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    'WE COULDN'T AFFORD FERTILITY TREATMENT SO WE RISKED FINDING A SPERM DONOR ON FACEBOOK'

    The high cost of fertility treatment leads some to find donors on social media, even though it's risky and could be illegal.

  • By BBC   -   Mar 3, 2021

    VACCINE GROUP PHASE TWO: WHAT AGE GROUPS ARE THEY VACCINATING NEXT?

    After phase one is complete by mid-April, in what order will all other adults get the jab?

    Vaccination