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COVID-19: All UK travel corridors to close from Monday to keep out new variants
All travel corridors will close from Monday, meaning everyone arriving in the UK will have to self-isolate.
COVID-19: UK records another 1,280 coronavirus deaths and 55,761 cases
The UK has recorded another 1,280 coronavirus-related deaths, bringing the total to 87,295, latest government figures show.
COVID-19: Lifting lockdown due to small drop in cases 'incredibly dangerous', scientist warns
A small reduction in COVID-19 cases across some parts of the UK should not be used as an excuse to lift lockdown or reduce adherence to the rules, an expert scientist has told Sky News.
COVID-19: Every UK adult could be vaccinated by mid-July - if these figures are anything to go by
For a few hours this week, we were given an insight into the closely-guarded secret at the centre of the UK's vaccination programme.
COVID-19: What you should do if you live with someone with coronavirus
Scientific advisers to the government have set out measures to reduce the transmission of coronavirus within homes, which they say can help cut the number of infections by up to 15% in just three weeks.
COVID-19: BAME groups far less likely to take coronavirus vaccine, SAGE finds
People from minority ethnic backgrounds are far less likely to take the coronavirus vaccine, according to documents from the government's scientific advisers.
UK weather: Snow and ice to bring travel disruption to much of England and Scotland
Snow and ice is likely to hit large parts of England and Scotland on Saturday bringing travel disruption, the Met Office has said.
COVID-19: Premier League players told to avoid hugs, high fives and handshakes after scoring
Footballers must "change their behaviours" to adjust to coronavirus rules on the pitch, the Premier League boss has said, meaning no more hugs to celebrate goals.
COVID-19: UK's R number estimated at between 1.2 and 1.3
The coronavirus R number in the UK has remained largely unchanged, as SAGE estimate it is now between 1.2 and 1.3.
COVID-19: Virologist says Brazilian coronavirus variant detected in UK is not the one 'of concern'
A leading virologist who said one of two Brazilian COVID-19 variants had been detected in the UK has now said the one picked up in Britain is not the one "of concern".