People aged 70 and over and the clinically extremely vulnerable to begin receiving invitations for vaccinations from today.
Funding to protect and support staff and residents in care homes and those receiving help in their own homes
Patients with COVID-19 are set to benefit from faster treatment, improved outcomes and shorter hospital stays thanks to the use of the latest artificial intelligence.
The public has a vital part to play in the rollout of the UK COVID-19 vaccines delivery plan.
Emergency border measures introduced to prevent the spread of new variants of coronavirus into the UK.
New travel restrictions from 4am Friday 15 January on passengers arriving in England from South American destinations, Portugal, Panama and Cape Verde.
More than one third of people aged 80 and over in England have received at least one dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine as of 10 January.
Study finds past coronavirus (COVID-19) infection provides some immunity for at least 5 months, but people may still carry and transmit the virus.
The Defence Secretary has today updated Parliament on the role the Armed Forces are playing to tackle Covid.
Simon Lebus, Chief Regulator responds to Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP, Secretary of State for Education regarding assessment options for qualifications in 2021.