The scientific advice behind COVID measures Imposing a lockdown is by no means an easy decision, with a broad range of factors considered. There’s a delicate balance to be stricken… Read More »The scientific advice behind COVID measures
COVID-19 in the North East: New resources New features of the Government’s COVID-19 dashboard offer a more detailed look into the pandemic on a local level. You can now enter… Read More »COVID-19 in the North East: New resources
COVID-19 antibodies waning ‘quite rapidly’ COVID-19 antibodies fall “quite rapidly” after infection, say researchers at Imperial College London. More than 365,000 people in England took part in the REACT study,… Read More »COVID-19 antibodies wane ‘quite rapidly’
How will the pandemic affect young people? By Oliver Sullivan As a student finishing my A-levels, this pandemic is a worrying development for our generation. UK unemployment figures have risen… Read More »How will the pandemic affect young people?
The deepest recession in living memory? By Oliver Sullivan When an economy is deemed to be healthy, it grows over time. The value of a country’s goods and services increases… Read More »The deepest recession in living memory?
COVID measures: Time for us all to listen, accept and act on government advice By Neil Sullivan Cases of coronavirus are rapidly increasing and the frequency of infected people in… Read More »COVID measures: Time for us all to listen, accept and act on government advice
Care homes and COVID-19: Visiting rules in Scotland relaxed Care home visitors in Scotland will be able to spend more time with loved ones in care facilities, as visiting rules… Read More »Care homes and COVID-19: Visiting rules in Scotland relaxed
New COVID-19 restrictions in County Durham from Friday Residents in County Durham will be banned from mixing with people from other households and pubs, restaurants and bars will have to… Read More »New COVID-19 restrictions in County Durham from Friday