The recent jumps in daily Covid infection figures to their highest levels since May have led to the latest warnings from the Health Secretary.
Underpinning the whole response to the Covid pandemic and the safe return to school there is the government testing system, but there have been some hiccups today.
Researchers in Hong Kong say they have found the first case of someone who has already recovered from coronavirus getting infected a second time.
The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says it was ‘absolutely necessary’ to reimpose quarantine rules on travel from Spain with such short notice.
Indoor swimming pools and gyms have begun re-opening today in England, with social distancing measures in force – as part of the latest easing of lockdown restrictions.
New figures show that the growth of the virus across the country is going down, although there are concerns it could be slightly increasing in London.
Scotland Yard say they made more than a hundred arrests during yesterday’s far right protest in central London.
The Home Secretary has condemned “unacceptable thuggery” after crowds hurled bottles and flares at riot police – as officers struggled to blockade the roads around Whitehall.
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Britain is at ‘a very dangerous moment’ according to the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van Tam who today said the easing of the lockdown must go ‘painstakingly’ slowly.
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As the number of cases across the world continue rising fast – President Trump has rejected advice from his own health experts.
Thousands of British citizens remain stranded abroad, and are still battling to make their way back to the UK as lockdowns continue across the globe.
For those living with serious health conditions, avoiding the virus can be a matter of life and death.