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What are the Covid variants and will vaccines still work?

By Michelle RobertsHealth editor, BBC News onlineImage source, Getty ImagesA new heavily mutated version of coronavirus has been found that scientists say is of...

New Covid variant: UK put safety first over Africa travel – Shapps

She said South Africa had a very low rate of cases which more than doubled in two weeks. On average, each infected person in...

Ambulances forced to queue daily outside A&Es, study suggests

NHS guidance says that ambulance handovers should be completed within 15 minutes. Credit: Source link

Surgeon's CQC whistleblower claims branded fanciful

A doctor alleges his role as a special adviser to England's healthcare regulator was ended unfairly. Credit: Source link

Shropshire baby deaths: Ockenden report delayed until March

"Alongside this, we will continue in our work to implement in full the measures set out in the first report, where we have made...

End-of-life care: Worry over support for those dying at home

A charity says if services are not prepared, carers will struggle and people will feel unsupported. Credit: Source link

Doctor says healthcare regulator misled the public

A surgeon claims he was dismissed as special adviser because he raised concerns over an inspection. Credit: Source link

Covid-19: NI ministers reinforce work-from-home message

Stormont ministers say Covid has "once again taken a firm grip" and urge home working if possible. Credit: Source link

Covid: Law reform calls for 'vital' care home visits

Some care home residents are still dying alone during Covid-19 outbreaks, a campaign group says. Credit: Source link

Covid: No extension to Scottish vaccine passport scheme

Nicola Sturgeon says the scheme will not be extended to cinemas and theatres, as had been widely expected. Credit: Source link

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MI6 chief warns on ‘assertive’ China

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Covid: Face masks rules return in England amid Omicron spread

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