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Covid-19: Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine approved for use in UK

By James GallagherHealth and science correspondentimage copyrightReutersThe coronavirus vaccine designed by scientists at the University of Oxford has been approved for use in the...

Coronavirus: Fresh air ‘forgotten weapon’ in fight

By David ShukmanScience editorimage captionIs this what the government's message should really be?For one GP, the very thought of people keeping windows tight shut...

Vaccine doctors on TikTok: ‘Come for the fun, stay for the science’

By Manish PandeyNewsbeat reporterimage copyrightTIKTOKScience and TikTok are two things you might not think would normally go together.But with vaccines giving us light at...

Covid Christmas risk ‘hard to control’

By David ShukmanBBC News science editorIf most UK households get together in "bubbles" for the Christmas break, coronavirus infection rates could be hard to...

Covid-19 vaccine: ‘Hopefully next year we’ll be living a normal life’

The first Covid vaccinations have begun to take place across the UK.Throughout the morning, patients and health workers at some 50 hospitals around the...

Where are England’s coronavirus hotspots among older people?

By Rob EnglandBBC Newsimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionWhen deciding what lockdown tiers an area should be in, scientists looked closely at the number of cases...

Covid vaccines: How safe are they really?

By Michelle RobertsHealth editor, BBC News onlineimage copyrightGetty ImagesThere could soon be several effective vaccines available to fight Covid-19.But while many people want an...

Covid: How will I get a coronavirus vaccine?

By Philippa RoxbyHealth reporterimage copyrightScience Photo LibraryFour Covid vaccines have shown very promising results in final-stage trials, so the first vaccinations could take place...

Covid risk: 3 people, 3 very different Covid risks. What’s yours?

By Michelle RobertsHealth editor, BBC News onlineIf there's one question about coronavirus that we ask more than any other, it's surely 'What is my...

Coronavirus: Inside test-and-trace – how the ‘world beater’ went wrong

By Nick Triggle, Rachel Schraer and Phil KempBBC Newsimage copyrightGetty ImagesJust half of close contacts given to England's NHS Test and Trace are being...

Covid: Who will have the Pfizer vaccine first and when can I get it?

By James GallagherHealth and science correspondentRelated TopicsCoronavirus pandemicimage copyrightGetty ImagesA vaccine which can prevent nine out of 10 people getting Covid-19 is set to...

Covid: Can mass testing save us from another lockdown?

By James GallagherHealth and science correspondentRelated TopicsCoronavirus pandemicimage copyrightGetty ImagesMass testing is being touted as a way of getting us much closer to a...
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