Patients who are not confirmed or suspected to have Covid-19 could be offered face-to-face appointments.
People with dementia are feeling abandoned and isolated during the coronavirus lockdown, the Alzheimer’s Society said.
A scaled-back socially distanced version of the veterans’ annual parade celebrating the occasion was being staged at the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
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Frank Atherton said his preferred option would have been to reopen the schools later in the summer.
Melbury Court in Durham is thought to be one of the worst affected care homes in the country.
The partnership will create additional manufacturing capacity for the vaccine being developed in the UK.
The Government says they are ‘marginally beneficial as a precautionary measure’.
The move has been taken to give heads more time to prepare the new curriculum and engage with parents
Two-thirds of adults said they were drinking the same, less or had stopped.
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Party leader Sir Keir Starmer said his decision to work with the Government was about showing voters Labour could govern again.
Michael Isaac has sued Mr Tan, and Cardiff City Football Club (Holdings), and claims that his shareholding has been diluted.
The BDO retail sales tracker for May revealed that online sales surged 129.5% higher compared with the same month last year.
Patients should not discontinue or change their normal antihypertensive treatment, scientists said.
The 13th Signal Regiment will be dedicated to protecting the armed forces in cyberspace.
The Bank of England has lent to 53 businesses £16.25 billion to help them through the coronavirus crisis.
The Labour leader made his comments in a letter to Boris Johnson.
The youngster went missing from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in southern Portugal in May 2007.
Chester Zoo bosses revealed on Wednesday that the attraction was ‘at risk of extinction’.
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