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20/07/2021 - COVID-19 antibodies remain high post-infection
COVID-19 antibodies remain high for at least nine months after infection, a new study has found. More

20/07/2021 - Lockdowns 'not as bad for health as the pandemic itself'
The health impacts of lockdowns caused by COVID-19 are not as harmful as the impact of the pandemic itself, according to an analysis published today. More

20/07/2021 - Hope for long COVID test
A cytokine biomarker should help identify patients suffering from long COVID, British researchers have announced. More

16/07/2021 - Screening call after 200 long COVID symptoms identified
More than 200 symptoms of long COVID have been identified across 10 organ systems, prompting calls for a UK screening programme. More

16/07/2021 - Pregnant women urged to get COVID vaccine as restrictions ease
Pregnant women are at risk of developing COVID-19 due to a combination of COVID-19 restrictions easing from next week, an increase of COVID-19 cases and vaccine hesitancy, maternity experts have warned. More

15/07/2021 - People with learning disabilities vulnerable to COVID-19 hospitalisation
People with learning disabilities are five times more likely to be admitted to hospital and eight times more likely to die from COVID-19 than the general population in England, according to a new study. More

12/07/2021 - Flu vaccines, HIV risks and double infection reported to conference
People vaccinated against flu may have enjoyed some protection against the worst effects of COVID-19, a major European conference has heard. More

09/07/2021 - Children's risk of developing severe COVID-19 'very low'
The risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19 is extremely low in children and teenagers, according to the most comprehensive analyses of public health data yet. More

07/07/2021 - Immune drug brings overall benefit for COVID-19
Mortality among patients hospitalised with COVID-19 is reduced when they receive treatment with Interleukin-6 antagonists, according to the findings of a major analysis that has led to a change to global guidelines. More

06/07/2021 - Novel HIV vaccine trial starts at Oxford
A phase I trial into a novel HIV vaccine has begun in the UK. More

02/07/2021 - New warning on Africa pandemic
Africa is suffering from a “surging” third wave of the pandemic caused by several new variants, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

29/06/2021 - Vaccine variations pass tests
Delaying second vaccine doses for months and mixing different types of COVID-19 vaccine all seem to be effective, according to findings reported by British researchers. More

28/06/2021 - Booster vaccine targets rogue variant
The first vaccine specifically tailored to tackle a new variant of COVID-19 is now being tested on volunteers, it was announced last night. More

25/06/2021 - Child fever overwhelms emergency departments
Three Royal Colleges have today issued advice for parents concerned about fever in their child after UK hospital emergency departments report being overwhelmed with cases. More

24/06/2021 - Millions suffer from long COVID
Millions of people in the UK may well be suffering from long COVID, according to two pieces of tracking research published today. More

18/06/2021 - Promising new way to fight SARS-CoV-2 unveiled
A new treatment that mends cell damage, rather than fighting the SARS-CoV-2 virus, has been shown to be effective in lab models. More

17/06/2021 - Monoclonal antibody combination can save COVID-19 patients' lives
An antibody combination reduces the number of deaths among patients hospitalised with severe COVID-19 when they are are unable to mount their own immune response, British researchers have announced. More

16/06/2021 - Needle phobia partly explains vaccine refusal
People with needle phobia are twice as likely to delay or refuse a COVID-19 vaccine as others, British researchers report today. More

16/06/2021 - Cold virus may limit COVID-19
Viruses which cause the common cold may protect against COVID-19, new research suggests. More

11/06/2021 - Caution urged in Europe over summer easing
The World Health Organisation has urged caution as European countries seek to ease pandemic restrictions over the summer. More

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