Thanks to an efficient vaccine rollout programme, Britain is finally saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions.
We're getting through this. There's no question that things are better than they were, Johnson told broadcasters.
The ban comes in as Public Health England (PHE) confirmed 55 more cases of the so-called double mutant Indian variant, B.1.617, from all coronavirus cases tracked until April 14, taking the total for...
Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed the move in the House of Commons as he revealed that 103 cases of the so-called Indian variant had been identified in the UK, of which the vast majority have...
The trial, which started in February, is evaluating whether the vaccine generates a strong immune response in those aged between 6 and 17.
As the next step of the British government's roadmap exiting the lockdown, two households or groups of up to six are now allowed to meet outside, including in private gardens, and outdoor team...
Britain has suffered Europe's biggest COVID-19 death toll but has raced ahead of other European countries with its coronavirus vaccinations this year.
Affected hauliers will need to take a test within 48 hours and one every 72 hours thereafter as part of the new rules.
The Health Secretary also announced that from February 15 onwards, all international arrivals will be required by law to take additional coronavirus tests on day two and day eight of their quarantine.
The UK has had more than 71,000 deaths from the coronavirus and has recorded over 2.3 million cases of COVID-19 infections as of late Monday.