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Latest updates on SARS-CoV-2 variants detected in UK.
Boxing legends star in a short film to encourage people to get COVID-19 vaccines.
NHS Test and Trace – in partnership with the local authority – is deploying additional testing and genomic sequencing in Reigate and Banstead district in Surrey.
The Foreign Secretary spoke to Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov.
New data suggests a low risk of COVID-19 reinfection in the population.
Her Majesty the Queen recognises Ghanaian volunteers with Commonwealth Points of Light Award in honour of their exceptional voluntary service improving access to digital education.
Information for the public about lateral flow devices (LFDs) provided by NHS Test and Trace
National influenza and COVID-19 report, monitoring coronavirus (COVID-19) activity, seasonal flu and other seasonal respiratory illnesses.
Findings from Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI show infections have increased by 50% since the last REACT-1 study in May, with 1 in 670 people infected.
Over 42 million first doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across the UK.
People working in CQC-registered care homes will need to be fully COVID-19 vaccinated with both doses.
Sorting out commercial rent debts will be key to enabling businesses to plan ahead with certainty and build back better from the pandemic.
More than 30 million people in the UK have received a second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the latest figures published today (15 June) show, as the vaccination programme continues at unprecedented pace and scale.
Guidance on how UK nationals with residency in the Czech Republic can access the Czech COVID-19 vaccination scheme.
Universities Minister spoke to the British Council's Going Global Conference about higher education and the Government's international education strategy
GAD has played an ongoing role in the coronavirus response, and we are using this experience to improve how we support our clients.
The UK will donate 100 million surplus coronavirus vaccine doses to the world within the next year, the Prime Minister has announced today.
This follows the introduction of further support in Greater Manchester and Lancashire last week
Speech by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care in House of Commons on the easing of coronavirus restrictions
The UK government has appointed Sir Richard Sykes as the new chair of the Vaccine Taskforce.
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