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A concerning new strain of coronavirus is likely to already be in the UK despite the Government imposing a travel ban from affected countries, a leading epidemiologist has warned.
Forty-seven players competing in the Australian Open will be forced to remain in their hotel rooms for 14 days following three positive Covid-19 tests.
Emergency legislation is needed to protect doctors and nurses from “inappropriate” legal action over Covid-19 treatment decisions made amid the pressures of the pandemic, health organisations have argued.
The largest mass vaccination programme ever seen in the UK is underway in the north-east.
Peterhead captain Scott Brown says lower league players have been left feeling like they’ve done something wrong after the suspension of football.
Hollywood actress Liv Tyler said she was left bedridden for 10 days after testing positive for Covid-19, warning the virus takes a psychological as well as physical toll.
The public are being warned by doctors and police not to fall for fraudsters trying to sell fake coronavirus vaccines, affirming that the jab will always be free.
Salisbury Cathedral will open its doors to people aged over 80 receiving the Covid-19 vaccine on Saturday.
A citizens’ panel set up to consider Scotland’s response to the Covid-19 crisis is to hold its first meeting.
The Scottish Government is pledging almost £1 million of funding to help vulnerable youngsters into work.
Religious leaders in Scotland have written to the Scottish Government threatening legal action if places of worship are not allowed to reopen.
England manager Gareth Southgate admits preparations for this summer’s European Championship have been “an incredible challenge”.
The National Rifle Association announced it has filed for bankruptcy and will seek to incorporate the nation’s most politically influential gun-rights group in Texas instead of New York.
Scott Parker revealed Fulham had nine cases of coronavirus during the outbreak at the club which forced the Tottenham game to be postponed and their training ground closed in December.
All travel corridors will be scrapped from Monday in an attempt to curb coronavirus cases, the Government has announced.
Some of the new coronavirus variants may be able to “get round” vaccines but it is “quite easy” to make adjustments to deal with this, according to the Government’s chief scientific adviser.
The World Health Organisation’s emergencies chief says the impact of new variants of Covid-19 in places like Britain, South Africa and Brazil remains to be seen, and blames human behaviour for some recent rises in infection counts.
New figures have revealed the number of fixed penalty notices handed out by officers in the north-east.
Additional mobile testing units and community testing is being introduced in the north-east to help reduce the spread of Covid-19.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman admits a "mistake" was made in publicising "sensitive" information contained in the Scottish Government's vaccination roll-out programme.
The number of patients being admitted to hospital with coronavirus is set to peak within the next 10 days, England’s chief medical officer has said.
The UK is to close all travel corridors from Monday to “protect against the risk of as yet unidentified new strains” of coronavirus, Boris Johnson has said, as the global death toll from Covid passed two million.
Scotland's National Clinical Director, Jason Leitch, has moved to dispel baseless claims the Covid-19 vaccine could impact fertility and urged women to seek out "trusted" information sources.
TV personality Paddy Doherty has urged people not to “underestimate” Covid-19 after being admitted to hospital with the virus.
Clubs should practise celebrating goals safely in training to “get the hang of it”, Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has said.
The Premier League is preparing to play out the rest of the season behind closed doors, its chief executive Richard Masters has admitted.
Kilmarnock and St Mirren declared themselves respectively “pleased” and “delighted” after having their Covid-19 forfeits overturned following a successful appeal.
Almost 40% of care home residents in England have received a coronavirus vaccine, the Prime Minister has said.
Two million people have now died worldwide with coronavirus, figures show.
There are two new coronavirus variants emerging in Brazil, with one causing more concern than the other.