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NHS Test and Trace needs scaling up to reopen schools safely – study

The NHS Test and Trace programme needs to be scaled up in order to reopen schools safely, researchers have said. A new modelling study has...

Boris Johnson leads UK-wide applause for NHS to mark 72nd anniversary

British prime minister Boris Johnson has led a nationwide clap for key workers on the NHS’s 72nd anniversary, along with the woman who started...

Child given plasma in coronavirus treatment trial

A child in England has become the first patient to receive a transfusion of plasma from people who have recovered from coronavirus through a...

Contact tracing system launched amid mounting Tory anger over Cummings

People who come into close contact with a coronavirus sufferer will be told to self-isolate for 14 days as theUK Government launches its tracing...

Clap for carers should stop before it becomes negative, says founder

The architect of the weekly “clap for carers” gesture has said next Thursday’s show of support should be the last, amid concerns the event...

Track and trace strategy coming late in the day, NHS leaders warn

The British Government has defended its position on track and trace, after NHS leaders warned that action to control the future spread of coronavirus...

UK hospital worker spent two months apart from family due to Covid-19 fears

A hospital worker in the UK has spoken about how fear of coronavirus prompted her family to separate for two months. Rosaline Pollard, 32, from...

Police to take no action over Sage scientist’s lockdown breach

Professor Neil Ferguson will not face further action by police after accepting he made an “error of judgment” by breaching social distancing rules despite...

Boris Johnson ‘focused on PPE’ in first Cabinet after return to work

Securing more personal protective equipment was top of the agenda for the British Prime Minister as he returned to work, his spokesman said. The Government...

Boris Johnson: Coronavirus like unexpected and invisible mugger

The British Prime Minister has labelled coronavirus an “invisible mugger” after his own personal experience facing off the deadly illness. Boris Johnson returned to work...

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A Chinese robot probe sent to return lunar rocks to Earth for the first time since the 1970s landed on the moon, the government...

Belarus opposition to make list of police officers accused of abuse

Belarus’ opposition will compile a register of police officers accused of abuses against peaceful demonstrators protesting the reelection of the country’s authoritarian leader, an...

Two killed as car ploughs into pedestrian zone in German city

Two people were killed and several injured in the southwestern German city of Trier when a car drove into a pedestrian zone, police said. Trier...
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