Boris has urged caution as the country is opened up (PA/Getty)

The Prime Minister has urged people to be cautious ahead of the reopening of pub gardens and non-essential shops. Boris Johnson said Monday’s easing of coronavirus restrictions was a significant step but it was still important to follow social distancing rules.  He said: ‘Today (April 12) is a major step forwardContinue Reading

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COVID news live latest updates UK and EU regulators hold press conferences on AstraZeneca Oxford vaccine over blood clots

Coronavirus latest: Moderna vaccine rollout begins in the UK; regulators holding Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine press conferences over blood clot fears.Continue Reading

RIDE THE WAVE Graph predicts when third Covid wave will strike as deaths set to stay below s

GRAPHS show the third Covid wave is set to hit England in the late summer, but deaths should stay below 100 per day. Sage – the scientific group that advises the government – made the warnings ahead of the next stage of unlocking, on April 12. 🦠 Read our coronavirus liveContinue Reading

Third Covid wave ‘could hit this summer once all lockdown measures are lifted Government scientists warns

Boris Johnson’s easing of lockdown measures could create a wave of Covid infections akin to that seen during spring last year, the government’s scientific advisors have warned. The Prime Minister confirmed shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens will reopen from April 12 in England and urged the public against complacency when it came toContinue Reading

Coronavirus Hundreds found and several arrested at illegal raves in Essex Edinburgh and Kent over Easter Bank Holiday

Police broke up gatherings in Essex, Kent, Herefordshire and Edinburgh. There were warnings against further COVID breaches on Sunday and Monday. File pic   “Hundreds” of people have attended illegal lockdown raves across the UKso far this Easter Bank Holiday weekend, police have said. Around 100 people attended an unlicensedContinue Reading

UK daily Covid deaths plunge to lowest in SIX MONTHS with fatalities and cases

UK daily Covid deaths have fallen to their lowest level in six months – with 10 fatalities reported today. The last time the grim number was that low was September 14, when nine deaths were logged. It comes after Covid deaths daily cases also fell to levels not seen since mid-SeptemberContinue Reading

Police break up Good Friday church service in London for breaching Covid rules

Police broke up a Good Friday church service in south-west London last night for breaching coronavirus regulations. Footage that emerged on social media on Good Friday shows two Metropolitan Police officers suspending the pre-Easter service at the Christ the King Polish Roman Catholic Church in Balham. One of the membersContinue Reading