Is it time to accept the limits to COVID control and invest elsewhere in the health system?
The latest COVID wave in the UK might be on the decline, but there will be more to come.
Official guidance still suggests you should take a test if you think you might have COVID – and this is a sensible thing to do.
Omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5 are behind an increasing wave of infections in the UK. So what happens now?
A new study has analysed UK data from long-term health surveys and electronic health records to understand how common long COVID is, and who might be at higher risk.
A professor of digital society and an ethics researcher discuss COVID passes and what they mean for the UK.
We analysed mobility data provided by almost one million people in England between January 2020 and May 2021, seeking to understand trends in residential visits during the pandemic.
The ‘safeguard’ reviews have been largely ineffective in scrutinising the powers.
SARS-Cov-2 has experienced roughly the same amount of evolutionary change during the pandemic as humans have since Homo habilis first walked the Earth about 2.5m years ago.
First-hand family accounts and photographs trace the difficulties and traumas of giving birth and looking after a baby during a pandemic.
COVID-19 will always be a very different disease to the flu. We should aim to stamp it out like measles, not let it spread.
There’s a way for parents to spot the fraud.
A society in crisis is more than the sum of its flawed parts.
The former adviser’s seven-hour evidence session is full of strong lines to follow when the public inquiry into the pandemic response gets underway.
A viral immunologist answers key questions about the B16172 variant.
Even with low case numbers, you can argue COVID restrictions shouldn’t end early. Here’s why.
Wax, vials, a coffee capsule and boiling water are the main components of a brand new COVID-19 test.
The anticipated arrival of two new vaccines can boost the morale of those worried about the wait for their dose.
Have ‘Do Not Attempt CPR’ orders been misused under the pressures of the pandemic?
This group has long suffered much higher death rates than the general population due to a poor standard of basic healthcare.