Sunday, September 27, 2020
 The small, scaly area on my chest didn’t overly worry me but as it was growing, albeit slowly, I thought I should have it checked out.My GP suggested it was a solar keratosis — sun damage — and...
Just one in five Britons with tell-tale symptoms of coronavirus are choosing to self-isolate, research revealed today.King's College London scientists, working alongside academics from Public Health England, quizzed 30,000 people living in the UK about how they have acted...
Between 9,000 and 16,000 Britons are getting infected with coronavirus every day, according to researchers monitoring the UK's outbreak.King's College London (KCL) scientists behind the COVID Symptom Tracker mobile app estimate there were at least 16,310 daily cases of...
Britain's coronavirus R rate could now be as high as 1.5, government scientific advisers warned today after rises in all regions of the countryAround 17million Britons are now living under tougher...
The first coronavirus vaccine will not be a 'silver bullet' and is unlikely to stop people catching the disease, scientists have warned, in a blow to Britain's hopes of avoiding a second draconian lockdown.Experts advising the government said...
Care home residents and staff will be the first to get a Covid-19 vaccine when one is approved, according to fresh government advice.Everyone over the age of 80 and NHS staff will be second in line, updated guidance...
Covid-19 infections clearly started to rise after 'Super Saturday', according to an analysis of official data that has revealed the number of Britons being diagnosed each day is now 54 per cent higher than it was a week...
Only 100 US children have died of coronavirus - and kids are HALF as likely to be infected as adults, study findsNew research from the UK's...
Half of Britons with tell-tale coronavirus symptoms such as a fever and persistent cough may not actually have the disease, a study has suggested. Public Health England (PHE) researchers looked at 1,000 key workers who thought they had recovered...
London's Covid-19 hotspots could be linked by the city's bustling underground network, according to a striking map based on government data.Coronavirus cases are spreading across the capital and ministers are now said to be mulling a decision to...