A new study suggests that poorer areas are three more times more likely to be negatively affected by new guidelines over the face to face contact with GPs as practices begin to reopen.
The South African response to Covid-19 will soon be bolstered by a team of health experts from the World Health Organization.
The Institute for Public Policy Research’s (IPPR) newest analysis of the health care sector found that Austerity had severely hampered the UK's ability to combat Covid-19
An explosion in Beirut caused mass destruction in Lebanon’s capital yesterday, wounding thousands and damaging buildings across the city
WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that there may be no quick solution to defeating Covid-19
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced last week that England will have to “squeeze the brake pedal” on loosening Lockdown as the Covid-19 infection rate begins to climb once again
Can we trust our experts? After months of lockdown, there is rising scepticism about them and their models. Professor Terry Young analyses of the role of experts in the pandemic so far and assesses what needs to change.
The Government has announced a rollback in the easing of lockdown measures in parts of the North of England in a hope to slow down the spread of Covid-19.
Covid-19 has "ravaged" care homes after they were "effectively thrown to the wolves”, says the cross-party Public Accounts Committee in its latest report criticising the Government's inaction on social care during the Covid-19 pandemic.
With H.E. Mr Yasumasa Nagamine, Ambassador of Japan and Mr Naoki Ota, Digital and Technology Advisor to the Government of Japan
WHJ Publishing Director Steve Gardner sits down with Methods Analytics as part of the first in a series to discuss what the world in healthcare could look like in 2030 following the Covid-19 pandemic
With The Rt Hon The Lord Mayor of The City of London, Alderman William Russell, HM Marshal of The Diplomatic Corps, Alistair Harrison CMG CVO and UN Under Secretary-General, Inger Andersen
The ability for the UK to manufacture vaccines has received a substantial boost, following the announcement of an additional £100 million to ensure successful Covid-19 vaccines can be produced at scale.
WHJ Features Editor Fabian Sutch-Daggett spoke to James Fleming of the Francis Crick Institute on the cybersecurity issues faced by biomedical researchers
New SARS-CoV-2 total antibody tests are appraised by Public Health England (PHE) in a new head-to-head evaluation of commercial tests in the UK.
Global Covid-19 cases have surpassed 15m as a new mutation of coronavirus is spreading faster than previous strains