The Government has set out who will be next to receive coronavirus vaccines once all the over-50s and most vulnerable have had their jabs.
Labour has said denying NHS staff a pay rise in next week’s Budget would be a “kick in the teeth” after months on the frontline during the pandemic.
Nurses’ leaders are stepping up calls for a decent pay rise for NHS workers, warning of an “exodus” from the profession if wage rates are not increased.
Additional testing is to be rolled out across parts of east and west London to suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant.
Additional testing is to be rolled out across part of west London after a “small number” of new cases of the South Africa coronavirus variant were found.
More than 150,000 NHS staff are being awarded an interim 1% pay rise, with Health Secretary Jeane Freeman saying it comes amid the “sustained pressure” they have been under during the Covid-19 pandemic.
It is going to take “many years” to tackle waiting lists which are now longer than they have been for about 20 years, the NHS Confederation chief executive has said.
A £760,000 joint funding package has been announced to improve care for people with long Covid.
More than a million masks issued to NHS workers may not meet safety standards, the Government has warned.
Outdoor family reunions could be allowed within weeks while care home residents will be able to hold hands with a loved one again under the Government’s road map for easing coronavirus restrictions.
Plans for visits to care homes allowing hand-holding have been given a cautious welcome by organisations in the sector.
Care home residents will be allowed to hold hands with a regular indoor visitor from March 8 under the Government’s plan to ease lockdown restrictions in England.
Care home residents will be allowed to hold hands with a loved one again from March 8 under the Government’s roadmap for easing coronavirus restrictions.
The largest-ever research project into the treatment of people with so-called “face blindness” has been launched.
An NHS worker from Manchester died with Covid-19 months after achieving his dream to become a registered mental health nurse, but never got to work a single day with his qualification.
At least 246 frontline health and care workers have been identified after dying with coronavirus.
The Premier League and the Beano have been enlisted alongside celebrities including Zandra Rhodes and Brian Blessed to boost the vaccine roll out on social media.
Three North Korean computer programmers have been charged by the US over their alleged involvement in a number of global cyber attacks, including the WannaCry attack on the NHS in 2017.
At least 244 frontline health and care workers have been identified after dying with coronavirus.
The NHS is fighting an epidemic of misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines, England’s top GP has said.
Coronavirus testing in Scotland has been extended to all primary care staff.
One in six people in England could be on the waiting list for NHS treatment by April due to strains on the health service caused by coronavirus, a think tank has warned.
Data, rather than dates, must be the focus of the Government’s approach to the route out of lockdown, an organisation representing health trusts has said.
Courtney Love has received her first dose of coronavirus vaccine in the UK.
At least 243 frontline health and care workers have been identified after dying with coronavirus.
Ministers have said they are “on track” to meet the target of getting an offer of a first dose to everyone in the UK in the top four priority groups – including all over-70s – by Monday’s deadline.
Professor Jillian Evans of NHS Grampian has said staff in the healthcare sector are struggling with the workload resulting from new variants of Covid-19.
Experts are calling for routine CT scans to be offered to smokers and ex-smokers to detect early signs of lung cancer, after a study suggested it could save thousands of lives.
More than 15 million people in the UK have received their first dose of a Covid vaccine – just over two months since the first jab was administered.
The Prime Minister has met workers helping the country to fight back against the pandemic by developing vaccines, coronavirus tests and making PPE.