Dr Jenny Harries, the deputy chief medical officer for England, will lead the new UK Health Security Agency
Mr Hancock said the UK Health Security Agency's 'sole job' will be to 'plan, prevent and respond to external threats to health'. It will initially focus on fighting Covid, before tackling future pandemics.
“We worked really hard not to penalize the students if they elected not to submit a test score,” said a U. of I. official.
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If office vaccine passports are introduced, employers would be able to compel staff to prove they had been vaccinated or had a negative test before entering the building.
Some 85% of people said they would take a cruise if people were required to be inoculated against COVID-19 in advance.
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The health secretary says the vaccine rollout remains on track to jab all adults by the end of July.
Over a quarter of us have increased how much we listen to it compared to before the lockdowns started, a survey reveals.
Director James Bluemel tried to convey the pandemic through a handful of talking heads in his film Pandemic 2020 - the result was unfocused
After nearly 3 million deaths worldwide (and almost 600,000 in the United States), it looks like the end of the COVID-19 pandemic may be within sight as vaccines proliferate. In "The Last Pandemic," the cover story of the new issue of Reason, Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey argues that technological breakthroughs and policy progress mean humanity may never again have to endure such a disaster.
Experts predict a rise in serious cancers due to deferred screenings and treatments.