Cases of the Indian COVID variant have more than doubled in a week, sparking concerns that further measures will be needed to stop its spread, including local lockdowns.
Christina Pagel, a mathematician and professor of operational research at University College London, and a member of Independent Sage, criticised the government’s messaging.
The PM announced on Monday that England will ease its lockdown as planned next week, despite concerns about the Indian COVID-19 variant.
Dr David Nabarro, the WHO’s special envoy on COVID-19, said dramatic upsurges in infections remain possible 'anywhere'.
The Noah's, in Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent, closed just weeks after reopening its outdoor area when coronavirus restrictions eased.
The EU has proposed easing COVID travel restrictions to holidaymakers from countries with low infection rates.
Plymouth City Council has warned the public about 'funny business' and not to snog strangers to prevent COVID spreading.
6,000 clubbers will attend Circus in Liverpool as it tests the impact of opening clubs on the spread of coronavirus.
The areas did not report any deaths due to coronavirus in April, and most have seen declining case rates in recent months.
The ONS said that across all four nations there is a clear pattern between vaccination and testing positive for COVID antibodies.
The prime minister is alleged to have made the remark when England's second lockdown was imposed.
Nottinghamshire Police said officers had "no choice" but to issue the woman with a £10,000 fine for hosting a 30th birthday party in a marquee in Bestwood, Nottinghamshire.
An open letter signed by 22 experts urges MPs to allow people “to take back control of their own lives”.
David Haye has no doubt how problematic it would have been if, as a boy in the early 1990s, a global pandemic had suddenly stopped him from being able to train at his local boxing club.