The government has announced that people below the age of 65 will no longer be able to receive Covid and flu vaccines this autumn.
The British Medical Association is calling for financial support for doctors and healthcare staff with Long Covid after a survey revealed that hundreds of doctors are working and earning less as a result of the illness.
There is no longer evidence that ethnic minority groups are at higher risk of dying from Covid-19 compared to White British groups, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Three new Covid treatments will become available on the NHS to people at highest risk of developing severe disease, following guidance published by NICE today.
Nearly three in five (59%) long Covid patients had persistent symptoms of organ damage for one year after initial diagnosis, according to new research.
There is a small increased risk of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS), a very rare blood-clotting condition, after some Covid-19 vaccines, according to a study in The BMJ.
People who have been infected with Covid-19 are at heightened risk of subsequent cardiovascular problems, particularly in the first 30 days following infection.
There has been a significant reduction in the most severe cases of Long Covid since the introduction of vaccines in the UK, according to new research.
Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic the NHS has had to transform the way it has been working with older people living with frailty. This study investigates the effect of telephone triage on persons awaiting comprehensive geriatric…
Researchers from University College London (UCL) have developed a blood test which may be able to predict people’s likelihood of developing Long Covid.
The risk of potentially life-threatening blood clots after Covid-19 infection lasts for at least 49 weeks and people with only mild or moderate disease are also affected, according to a new research.
The global response to the first two years of the Covid-19 pandemic was a widespread failure that resulted in an estimated 17.7 million deaths, according to a Lancet Commission.
The NHS would still be facing a huge backlog of care, even if the Covid pandemic had never happened, according to a new report by QualityWatch.
The British Medical Association (BMA) has published a new report calling for immediate action to help improve the understanding, treatment, care and support of people with long Covid across the UK.
The government has announced that asymptomatic testing of Covid-19 in all remaining settings in England will be paused at the end of the month including across the NHS and adult social care.