The Scottish Government is in contact with Celtic over its controversial recent trip to Dubai after the country was added to the travel quarantine list.
Teachers will be considered as a possible priority for the next phase of the coronavirus vaccine roll-out, a Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) member has said.
People could be vaccinated against coronavirus every year in a similar way to the annual flu jab programme, the Health Secretary has said.
The official coronavirus death toll in the UK has risen to more than 80,000 as lab-confirmed cases passed the three million mark.
The national lockdown needs to be toughened further to have a similar impact on case numbers as the March shutdown, scientists have said.
Doctors have warned that pressure on the NHS could get worse in the coming weeks, as figures for cases, hospital admissions and deaths hit record highs.
Teachers should be a priority group for receiving the coronavirus vaccine, a union has said.
Takeaways and non-essential collection services at risk as Scotland records highest daily death toll
Takeaways, non-essential click and collect services and construction could be restricted further as ministers ponder even tougher lockdown measures after Scotland recorded its highest-ever daily coronavirus death toll.
London hospitals will run out of beds within weeks if the spread of coronavirus is not dramatically reduced, the capital’s mayor has warned as he declared a “major incident” across the city.
Wales is not “lagging behind” the rest of the UK in terms of the number of people receiving the coronavirus vaccine, Mark Drakeford has said.
At least 215 frontline health and care workers have been identified after dying with coronavirus.
There were more than 1,000 introductions of the novel coronavirus in the UK during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, scientists have found.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has approved the Moderna coronavirus vaccine for roll-out across the UK, the Department for Health has announced.
Lockdown restrictions in Wales will be strengthened in “key areas” to try to halt the spread of the new coronavirus variant, the country’s First Minister has announced.
The first care home residents have had doses of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine brought to them as it was rolled out to GP surgeries.
More than 1,000 new UK Covid-19 deaths have been reported for the second day in a row while hospital admissions have risen above the first wave peak, new figures show.
Boris Johnson has pledged an unprecedented national effort to roll out Covid-19 vaccines across the UK as GPs warned of “teething problems” in some areas with doctors getting supply.
Four Covid cases have been confirmed at an Aberdeen car dealership.
Breast cancer patients given lower-than-standard chemotherapy doses by NHS Tayside have called on Jeane Freeman to help resolve the "grievous damage" caused by unanswered questions over their care.
The Army will use “battle preparation techniques” to keep up the pace of Covid-19 vaccine rollout across the UK, with hundreds of thousands of doses per day administered by the middle of this month, Boris Johnson has said.
An ambulance was vandalised while its paramedics were treating a patient in Berkshire.
A nurse vaccinator is among the first people in England to have had the Oxford and AstraZeneca jab at a GP surgery.
At least 212 frontline health and care workers have been identified after dying with coronavirus.
More than 20 staff and patients at Turriff Community Hospital have tested positive for coronavirus.
Scotland hopes to have just over 900,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines by the end of the month, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
People drank more alcohol, ate less fruit and vegetables, and took less exercise during the UK’s first lockdown, according to research.
At least 211 frontline health and care workers have been identified after dying with coronavirus.
Coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out to millions of people across the UK, as all four nations are under lockdown measures to try to restrict the spread of the disease.
England’s top medic has said that some restrictions may have to be brought back into place next winter to control the virus.
Cabinet Minister Michael Gove has warned that tough new coronavirus restrictions in England may have to remain in force until March.