Experts from the unofficial ‘Independent Sage’ group say 1 June is too early.
Schools in England are expected to open their doors to some year groups from 1 June.
The science isn’t settled, but here’s what we know.
These stats tell us about the effect of ‘both the virus and the measures taken against it’.
Leading experts think it’s soon to say whether the UK has been hit the hardest.
Here’s what two new reports tell us – and what we still don’t know.
We may be carrying out more tests than South Korea, but experts say our testing needs are very different.
What if Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland want to end lockdown without the agreement of the UK government?
Some reports suggest BME patients are more likely to die from coronavirus than white people. But the data isn’t clear.
This data doesn’t show that ethnic minority patients overall are three times more likely to need critical care, as has been suggested.
Leading experts are sceptical of the research that predicts the UK will suffer the worst death toll in Europe.
The science on Covid-19 immunity is far from settled.
How reliable are the results from the current coronavirus tests?
The claim that testing for coronavirus “won’t cut the number of deaths” directly contradicts statements made by the head of the World Health Organization
When Michael Gove said “we had 10,000 tests yesterday”, he was talking about patients being tested, not healthcare workers