Posts tagged with public-health
2 April 2020
The first devices from the Government’s ventilator challenge will roll off the production line this weekend, ahead of delivery to the NHS next week, Chancellor ...
23 March 2020
These regulations require businesses selling food or drink to consume on the premises, and some others, to close, to protect public health.
New regulations have been ...
20 March 2020
Free access to online NHS services will be available for as long as Coronavirus (COVID-19) remains widespread in the UK.
Mobile firms including Vodafone, EE, O2 ...
19 March 2020
A messaging and conferencing app will be available for free, for a limited time period across the NHS, to counter the increased risks associated with ...
19 March 2020
The UK Government is set to increase the Public Health Grant by £145 million in 2020/21, a real-terms increase of 2.6% compared to 2019/20.
12 March 2020
Yesterday (Wednesday 11 March), Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the new Government’s first budget in the House of Commons, his first as Chancellor. The budget outlined ...
3 February 2020
Government pledges £20 million to develop new vaccines for coronavirus and other infectious diseases.
The Government has pledged new funding of £20 million to develop new ...
17 January 2020
Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air pollution could exceed 160,000 over the next decade in the UK, unless the new Government ...
6 November 2019
Poor air quality on the London Underground has been a concern to Londoners for some time. The level of dust on the Underground is one ...
18 October 2019
More than half of people in the UK are optimistic about the future of health
People in the UK are more aware of mental health issues ...
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