The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has launched the long-awaited NHS Covid-19 Test and Trace app. How does it work and is it the answer to containing the virus?
Steve Walton of Benson Viscometers details how viscosity testing could be essential for beating the Covid-19 pandemic.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a series of new restrictions in England following an increase of Covid-19 infections. The announcement follows a build-up of discussions with the Government’s scientific and medical advisors, the Cabinet and First Ministers of the devolved administrations.
Contact-tracing apps need to have almost total uptake to be successful, say Vincenzo Salvatore and Giulia Tenaglia of BonelliErede
AstraZeneca-Oxford University announced on Saturday that they have resumed its UK coronavirus vaccine trial following confirmation by the Medicines Health Regulatory Authority (MHRA) that it was safe to do so.
The Health Foundation has warned that the Governments lack clarification on Covid-19 guidance, particularly on who people can meet and where. The confusion caused could be detrimental to the fight against Covid-19.
The Oxford University Covid-19 vaccine trial has been put on hold after an adverse reaction from a participant
New research from Spain has found that a high dose of calcifediol, which is an activated form of vitamin D, can drastically reduce the risk of being placed into an ICU in Covid-19 patients.
A new £500 million funding packaged will be invested in quick result Covid-19 test trails and increased testing capacity, the Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock announced today.
WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Monday urged countries to maintain coronavirus prevention measures
The Health Secretary has announced that, from 1 September, people on low incomes who need to self-isolate and are unable to work from home in areas with high incidences of Covid-19 will benefit from a new payment scheme.
Secondary school pupils will have to wear face coverings in school corridors in local lockdown areas of England after the Government reversed its guidance.
Blood pressure medication could increase the survival rate for Covid-19 patients and reduce the severity of the infection, according to new research from the University of East Anglia in collaboration with the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.