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COVID-19: Hunt for mystery person infected with Brazil variant narrows to 379 households
The hunt for an unidentified person who tested positive for the Brazil variant of coronavirus has narrowed to 379 households in southeast England, the health secretary has said.
COVID-19: Proposed EU vaccine passport scheme raises hopes of Britons having summer holidays in Europe
EU proposals for a vaccine passport could kick start tourism across the bloc from as early as June - raising hopes lockdown-weary Britons could enjoy a summer holiday on the continent.
COVID-19: New study to examine vaccine responses in patients with impaired immune systems
The immune response to COVID-19 vaccines in patients with certain immunosuppressed conditions is set to be examined in a new study.
Budget 2021: Chancellor Rishi Sunak will extend furlough scheme until end of September
Furlough will be extended until the end of September, the chancellor will announce, as he unveils more support for workers and the self-employed.
COVID-19: UK reports another 343 deaths and 6,391 cases in last 24 hours
The UK has reported another 343 COVID-related deaths and 6,391 cases in the last 24 hours, government figures show.
Molly-Mae Hague: Love Island star warned by watchdog after breaking rules with £8,000 giveaway
Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has been given a warning over social media promotions, after an £8,000 online giveaway was found to have broken official rules.
COVID-19: Pair fined £10,000 each for avoiding hotel quarantine after Dubai trip
A man and woman have been fined £10,000 each for failing to quarantine after returning from Dubai, police have said.
Systematic discrimination barring Gypsies and Travellers from holiday sites 'common practice', community advocates say
Systematic discrimination barring Gypsies and Travellers from holiday sites and similar services is "common practice", according to groups working with these communities.
Computerised image released to help identify body of woman found on Scottish beach
A computerised image of a woman whose body was found on a Highland beach in January has been released.
COVID-19: Quarter of people in England have coronavirus antibodies, up from one in five, Matt Hancock tells MPs
A quarter of the people in England are now thought to have COVID-19 antibodies, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said.