Dr David Nabarro, special envoy for the WHO, said British people seem reluctant to open up to contact tracers about their contacts.
Vickie Heywood and her three children spent 14 weeks shielding at home in Sale, Manchester, after receiving a letter in error.
England’s largest hospital trust has no coronavirus patients in intensive care for the first time since the pandemic began.
Peter Herring was given doses of the world's first COVID-19 treatment as part of a trial at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
The government has admitted thousands of people at risk of having COVID-19 didn’t say if they would self-isolate after being contacted by its coronavirus tracers.
Care minister Helen Whately was attempting to defend ministers' care homes policy on Sky News.
Tony Blair said the government should adopt a policy of mass testing to make it easier to come out of lockdown and prevent future coronavirus outbreaks.
Half of England’s hospital trusts have reported no coronavirus deaths in the past 48 hours, new figures show.
The leader of the House of Commons has knocked back a plea to introduce a new COVID-19 privacy bill.
A coronavirus contact tracer told Yahoo News UK she was given zero cases to deal with during her four-hour shift on Friday.
A contact tracer on nearly £20 an hour has said she was unable to do any work during her first shift as the government’s new coronavirus tracing system was hit by major technical issues.
Annemarie Plas believes the ritual appreciation for the NHS should come to an end on its 10th week.
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A BBC Newsnight investigation found that doctors had been warned by NHS managers not to speak out about a shortage of PPE amid the coronavirus crisis.
Capt Moore spoke of his gratitude for the support he has received as his fundraising for the NHS hit £30m on his 100th birthday.