Health Secretary Matt Hancock returned to the podium at the Downing Street press briefing alongside Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer in England, and Professor Jonathan Van Tam, Deputy Chief Medical Officer.
During a media briefing on Thursday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock pledged a new national effort to increase Covid-19 tests by 100,000 a day by the end of April.
The Covid-19 crisis has accelerated the uptake of digital technology, shaking the care sector into action in a way we have never seen before, writes Daniel Casson, Digital Development Executive at Care England.
Covid-19 cases are fast approaching the one million mark, and more than 48,000 have now died from the virus
During the daily media briefing yesterday the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove has announced an important step forward in the battle against Covid-19. In fact, the Government’s ventilator challenge will roll off the production line this weekend, ahead of delivery to the NHS next wee
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has taken a brazen approach to the Covid-19 pandemic - the question is, how will it affect the nation?
In the context of Covid-19, Professor Martin Green OBE, Chief Executive of Care England outlines how joined-up thinking between health and care is now more important than ever.
Cases around the world have now passed more than 809,000, with US set to surpass China’s death toll and Spain due to reach 100,000 cases
The NHS has advised 1.5 million people "most at risk of needing hospital treatment " to stay at home for twelve weeks and to avoid all face to face contact except with carers and health workers. According to the Prime Minister, "this shield will do more than any single measure to save lives."
Appearing for the first time at the Downing Street coronavirus press conference, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announced plans to bring stranded British citizens safely back to the UK.
On the day that it was confirmed that Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Health and Care Secretary Matt Hancock tested positive for Covid-19, Michael Gove, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, announced a new testing alliance alongside Dr Jenny Harries and Chief Executive of NHS England Simon Stevens
UK PM Boris Johnson has tested positive for Covid-19, and the US has reached more than 86,000 cases, surpassing the official reported statistics from China
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak addressed the nation on the economic crisis accompanying the spread of Covid-19. Almost as concerning as the spread of the virus itself is the fear that people will not be able to make ends meet during the period of lockdown.
Cases continue to rise as the US death toll accelerates and governments around the world enforce stricter lockdown measures