Covid cases have fallen by a third in a week but Boris Johnson warned they would rise again if people did not remain cautious.
England will have “put the bulk of the pandemic behind us” by October, a leading scientific adviser said yesterday after the number of new coronavirus cases fell for a sixth day in a row.
More than 450 key workers with long Covid have told a cross-party parliamentary inquiry of their experiences of the condition, including struggles to return to work and lack of financial support, with one in 10 having lost their job.
Britain is seeing a sustained fall in reported coronavirus cases outside of lockdown for the first time since the pandemic began.
The chair of NatWest, one of Britain’s biggest banks, has said office life in London is unlikely ever to return to how things were before the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 600,000 people using the NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales were sent self-isolation alerts in the week between 8 and 15 July.
BrewDog swung into the red last year as booming sales of its craft beers online during Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns failed to offset the impact of bar closures.
The government may not introduce vaccine passports if more young people have jabs, Boris Johnson has suggested.
George Soros and Bill Gates are part of a consortium acquiring a British developer of rapid-testing technology, including for Covid-19 and tropical diseases, to turn it into a social enterprise.
It would appear that home working is here to stay, at least in some form. Employers and employees are having conversations around agile or smart working, and getting ready for the day when working from home is no longer mandated but, rather, a choice.