Matt Hancock said the “best estimate” was 1.6% – but there’s key data missing.
The evidence is emerging – here’s what we know so far.
The data doesn’t tell us about this specific policy.
Some £1.6bn was due to have been spent by 31 March this year.
A further 81 PPE contracts have come to light that breached the government’s own procurement rules.
How does the possible clotting risk compare to Covid-19 and to other medications?
The Conservative hopeful says he’ll reverse Sadiq Khan’s latest tax hike.
The evidence isn’t clear-cut.
There was evidence for asymptomatic transmission very early in the pandemic.
It looks like we’re weeks ahead of schedule, but government says it won’t change course.
There’s some important context missing.
Could negative results give false reassurance?
The risk of dying with covid fell significantly for black Caribbean and black African people between the first and second waves. But for Pakistani people, the chances of death rose.
On current plans, it will be 21 June at the earliest before we return to something close to pre-pandemic life.
Children themselves remain at very low risk of serious disease and death.