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The UK now has access to a total of 357 million doses of vaccines from 7 different developers.
The UK Government has opened a new walk-through coronavirus testing centre at Fleming House Car Park in Cumbernauld
2.7 million vulnerable individuals in England to be offered free winter supply of vitamin D by the government.
The government has formally asked the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency to evaluate whether supply of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine can be authorised.
NHS workforce data for August shows the number of nurses in the NHS in England increased by 14,813 compared to last year, and the number of doctors rose to a record 121,726.
Test turnaround times are improving, more contacts are being reached than ever before, while 200 local tracing partnerships have been launched with local authorities.
The UK Government has opened a new walk-through coronavirus testing centre at Glasgow Club Easterhouse
The Health and Social Care Secretary spoke to the House of Commons about the coronavirus situation and returning to strenghtened local COVID restriction tiers.
A written statement from the Health and Social Care Secretary to the House of Commons on returning to local COVID restriction tiers in England.
All local authorities in England to be placed in one of 3 tiers based on the latest available data.
The new drive seeks to empower frontline health and care staff by reducing unnecessary bureaucracy and locking in positive change seen during the pandemic.
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock spoke at the NHS Confederation’s NHS Reset Conference about a new strategy to reduce bureaucracy.
Tests will be at the cost of the traveller to protect the capacity of NHS Test and Trace.
UK’s independent regulator to evaluate latest data from Pfizer and BioNTech to ensure the quality, safety and effectiveness of the vaccine meets the standards required.
The UK Government has opened a new walk-through coronavirus testing centre at St Francis Community Centre in Glasgow
Care workers looking after people in their own homes will be offered weekly coronavirus tests from Monday, the government has announced.
More than 6,000 frontline health workers will have their visas extended for a year for free, including doctors, nurses and paramedics.
People aged 50 to 64 will get free flu vaccine from 1 December as part of expanded flu vaccination programme this winter.
Figures published today show that NHS Test and Trace is reaching more positive cases and their contacts than ever, as numbers using the service continue to increase week on week.
An expansion of the current Vivaldi study will test thousands more care home staff and residents for their immune response to coronavirus (COVID-19).
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