Second jabs for the over-50s and clinically vulnerable will be given sooner to ease concerns, PM says.
The town has seen a sharp spike in Covid cases - driven by the emergence of the Indian variant.
Top experts in how diseases spread are calling for massive improvements to the air in buildings.
Most deaths prevented were in the over-80s, and far fewer over-75s went to hospital, an analysis found.
The original inquest found Hayden Nguyen died of natural causes, despite the hospital admitting errors.
Nearly a third of hospitals sees long waits balloon, as NHS warned backlog will take years to tackle.
The 21-year-old has an "overwhelming" fear of going out and wanted a home birth, the court heard.
Hugely disappointing results mean ovarian cancer screening remains more than a decade away.
Researchers are still analysing whether injecting two different vaccines leads to better protection.
The state will be "under the microscope", Boris Johnson says, as Labour urges an earlier start date.
Usually thought of as a party drug, a trial suggests it helps people with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Pregnant women will be directed to centres offering Pfizer and Moderna vaccines when booking.
An independent review calls the international response to the pandemic a "toxic cocktail".
Boris Johnson urges people to use common sense as he confirms the next stage of lockdown easing.
Grace Victory says she was given a 5% chance of recovery after contracting Covid during pregnancy.
People will be able to use the app for travel - but only if they have received two vaccine doses.
Pippa Stacey, 26, faces "all kinds of obstacles" as venues sprawl on to pavements.
The mayor of Greater Manchester says a "worrying" spike of cases in Bolton is a "cause of concern".
Women giving birth are exempt from face mask rules - but not all maternity staff know the rules.
Stories of genuine experiences shared online have been followed by a wave of anti-vaccine disinformation.
Nurses in Italy have been instrumental in helping to fight Covid-19 - but it's taken a heavy toll.
In one of Africa's largest countries, people worry more about security and other diseases than Covid-19.
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"Abhorrent" practices aimed at changing sexual orientation or gender identity will be banned, but not until further consultation.
When millions turned up for the Hindu festival amid a coronavirus surge, many feared the worst.
Volunteers are busting anti-vaccine conspiracy theories with decoy Facebook groups.
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Concern is growing over a rise in UK coronavirus cases linked to a variant from India.
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Some people across the UK have been able to form "support bubbles" or "extended households".
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The actress pays tribute to her mother Gloria, who died in a care home on Tuesday.
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Bangladeshi men in the UK are being encouraged to talk about the effects the pandemic has had on them.
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