Patients coming into intensive care at the Morriston Hospital in Swansea were sicker than the first wave, doctors said.
The advert will feature remarks from patients sick with Covid as well as frontline health workers.
Other areas above the national average include Leicester and Walsall.
NHS England wrote to GP surgeries earlier this month saying it ‘expects’ care home residents and staff to be vaccinated by January 24.
Martin Keatings is asking the Court of Session to declare whether Scotland can legislate for a second vote without UK Government consent.
More than 150 properties were affected in North and South Wales, with some areas seeing more than 200mm of rain in 72 hours.
Durham Police said the group had put the emergency services at risk, as well as being in danger of spreading coronavirus.
Around 400 properties across England have been flooded so far, according to the Environment Agency.
Joel Osei and Diana Cristea were convicted of murder following a trial at Croydon Crown Court.
The families of the victims in Vietnam and Britain have spoken of their loss and hardship.
Sage member Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter warned that intensive care units will still be under pressure even as deaths drop significantly.
Figures from Public Health Wales showed 30.2% of the over-80s and 59.9% of people in care homes have so far received their first dose of vaccine.
Professor Gregory Gregoriadis discovered that encasing vaccines within tiny spherical bubbles of fat could increase their effectiveness.
The Duke of Cambridge has been chatting to NHS workers throughout the pandemic to keep in touch with those on the front line.
A group of MPs wants to change the law on bots used to secure highly sought after items for profit.
The incident happened on December 8, days after a pub alcohol ban had been enforced.
Several countries require international arrivals to provide proof of a recent negative coronavirus test.
Simon Midgley, 32, and Richard Dyson, 38, died in the blaze at the Cameron House Hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond in December 2017.
Scotland Yard said the organiser faces a £10,000 fine
Maffia denies assault by beating.
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