Here are the latest figures for the seven-day rate of new Covid-19 cases for every local authority area in Wales.
A young woman who was sent away by doctors more than 10 times before her cancer was diagnosed wrote a message in her journal before she died, urging others to see a GP.
Endometriosis sufferers have called for "direct action" from government as a new report shows no improvement in diagnosis in a decade - taking eight years on average.
Liberal Democrats from northern England have called on the Government to take “urgent action” to support local communities facing the impact of coronavirus restrictions.
Michael Gove has defended £7,000 day rates being paid to private sector consultants who are helping the Government to set up and run its testing system.
Confusion has been cast over lockdown talks between Downing Street and Greater Manchester after mayor Andy Burnham denied No 10’s suggestion talks had been arranged to attempt to end the row.
Downing Street is being urged to restart talks with Greater Manchester’s political leaders over the highest levels of coronavirus restrictions, amid warnings of rising deaths.
A ban on children receiving Botox or cosmetic fillers has moved closer to becoming law, as MPs warned of the “Love Island effect” on youngsters.
Children need to be protected from “unscrupulous” cosmetic surgeons through a ban on under-18s receiving Botox or cosmetic fillers, an MP has said.
Fears of “inhumane” treatment of care home residents have been raised following the publication of the latest report summarising the findings of inspections of premises.
A health expert who is part of a group of scientists advising the UK Government on the coronavirus pandemic is hopeful a vaccine could be available by Christmas or next spring.
Scotland’s GP shortage and cancer test delays could be to blame for higher than average number of people dying at home during the coronavirus pandemic, a leading medical expert has said.
Deaf people have said the lack of a sign language interpreter at coronavirus briefings in England is leaving the community “isolated” and allowing misinformation to spread.
Boris Johnson has warned that rising coronavirus cases and hospital admissions are flashing like “dashboard warnings in a passenger jet” as he set out a new three-tier system of alert levels for England.
Boris Johnson announced the closure of pubs and bars across Merseyside as he battled to gain control over the coronavirus outbreak.
Pressure is building on NHS hospitals, with a steep rise in the number of people needing urgent treatment for coronavirus, senior government advisers have said.
Civic leaders across north-west England are locked in negotiations with ministers as Boris Johnson prepares to unveil sweeping new controls in an attempt to stem the surge of coronavirus infections.
As the number of coronavirus cases in the UK continues to rise, health and care staff say they are stretched, exhausted and scared of what a second wave might bring.
Self-employed people have claimed they are “falling through the cracks” after new measures were announced on Friday to bolster the Jobs Support Scheme.
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has said councils are bound to do a better job of coronavirus contact tracing and that the Government will be supporting them to do this.
The country is at a tipping point similar to the first wave of coronavirus, but can prevent history repeating itself, England’s deputy chief medical officer has said.
Businesses across the north and north-east have been left waiting for answers over what access they will be given to emergency funding to help firms survive a two-week ban on serving alcohol indoors.
Bosses at NHS Highland believe “very substantial progress” has been made in changing its culture of bullying, despite almost two-thirds of complaints being unresolved.
Scotland is facing a return to pre-lockdown levels of coronavirus by the end of the month without strong action to stem transmission, according to a new report published by the government's senior clinical advisers.
People suffering long Covid symptoms will be offered specialist help at clinics across England, the head of the NHS has said.
The risk for melanoma, a deadly skin cancer, can be estimated long before detection of any suspicious moles, new research has suggested.
Children cannot properly understand the “lifelong medical, psychological and emotional implications” of taking “experimental” puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones, the High Court has heard.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to use any time bought by the introduction of tough new coronavirus restrictions this week to strengthen Scotland's testing network and increase capacity.
A landmark case about whether children who wish to undergo gender reassignment should be prescribed “experimental” puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones will be heard at the High Court.
‘We are not going to be asking you to stay inside your own homes the way we did in March’, Nicola Sturgeon rules out another national lockdown
Nicola Sturgeon has ruled out a return to a national lockdown as Covid-19 cases continue to rise.