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Almost eight in 10 parents (78pc) have said their children have either already received or will receive the free nasal flu vaccine in the next two ...
THE HSE has issued instructions that its stock of flu vaccine is not to be used for anyone outside of the “at-risk” category.
NHS surgeons say hospital beds must be kept open for "usual business", not just Covid-19.
People who have experienced long-lasting coronavirus symptoms talk about losing their sense of taste and smell.
More than 35m infections have been confirmed but the real figure could apparently be closer to 800m.
Close contacts of the positive cases could have been unknowingly spreading the infection for days.
The first minister warns that fresh measures "may well be needed" in Scotland "in the near future".
Paris becomes the second French city to order bars to close again as infections continue to rise.
Quarantine restrictions are considered after the prime minister declined to impose a travel ban.
The virus is a major cause of liver cancer and can lead to people needing a liver transplant.