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Public Health England (PHE) has published new guidance to support frontline workers in delivering the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine to the most vulnerable.
Three-quarters (75%) of those aged 65 and over in England received the free vaccine so far this year – up from 72.4% at the end of the last flu season.
National influenza and COVID-19 report, monitoring coronavirus (COVID-19) activity, seasonal flu and other seasonal respiratory illnesses.
How the Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework can be used to review skills in planning healthier places and communities.
A consensus statement on the best approach to reduce risk for workers, including those of ethnic minority groups, has been issued by PHE, HSE and FOM.
Antimicrobial resistance remains a serious threat to the health of people in England, with 178 AMR infections diagnosed each day, according to a PHE report.
England death rate up to 6 times higher from coronavirus during the first wave of the pandemic than the general population, Public Health England study finds.
People with lasting abdominal symptoms are being urged to get checked for cancer as part of the NHS and Public Health England’s campaign.
Routine monitoring has detected avian influenza (bird flu) in a small number of wild birds in the South West of England
Public Health England (PHE) is reminding parents that the national COVID-19 restrictions should not stop children from receiving life-saving vaccines.
The risk to public health from the virus is very low and the Food Standards Agency advises that bird flu poses a very low food safety risk.
A new report by Public Health England shows that for the first time the number of new HIV diagnoses in gay and bisexual men outnumber new diagnoses in heterosexual adults by only 100 cases.
The risk of public health from the virus is very low and this strain of avian influenza does not pose a food safety risk for UK consumers.
Public Health England publishes third annual report on industry action to reduce sugar levels in products that contribute most to children’s sugar intakes.
Applications open to deliver four ‘green social prescribing’ pilots as part of a £4.27 million project to improve mental health and wellbeing in communities hardest hit by coronavirus.
A technical issue, now resolved, resulted in cases between 25 September and 2 October not being included in the reported daily COVID-19 figures.
New Public Health England research suggests that people infected with both viruses between January and April were more at risk of severe illness and death.
This year’s Stoptober campaign is calling on smokers to put their lungs first and breathe easier ahead of flu season.
Public Health England issues reminder to check up on vulnerable people in hot weather.
Mental health campaign supports the wellbeing of children, young people and their parents.
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