The findings from Imperial College London’s React study show infections in England have flattened but are at the highest level recorded.
Some respondents to the survey had decided to quit their jobs.
Investigators have made safety recommendations after a hospital declared a major incident due to problems with its piped oxygen delivery system.
Citizens Advice says giving children laptops and broadband to carry out learning from home is ‘just a sticking plaster’ for the problem.
Teaching moved online for the majority of students in the spring of 2020 when Covid-19 led to a national lockdown.
Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield said there have been improvements but a lack of ambition from the Government is hindering progress.
Boris Johnson said he shared the frustration of pupils and teachers at the prospect of more time away from school.
Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said Boris Johnson’s Thursday visit is ‘not essential’ during the lockdown.
The Government is hoping to protect the UK against the spread of new coronavirus variants.
Schools will stay closed until March and some travellers will be subject to hotel quarantine, Boris Johnson has announced.
The public dispute between AstraZeneca and the EU has raised concerns about vaccine nationalism.
The rioting has rocked the Netherlands.
Shortages have been so severe that some vaccination sites around the US had to cancel tens of thousands of appointments.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the Commons that travellers will be ‘met at the airport and transported directly into quarantine’.
The company said it will help manufacture 125 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine developed by its rivals while its own candidate faces delays.
Around 2.5 million posts could be under threat.
The Scottish First Minister led a moment of silence during her coronavirus briefing in memory of those who have died.
SNP MP Owen Thompson was bringing forward a 10-minute rule Bill.
Professor Linda Bauld said some decisions had contributed to the second wave of the virus in Britain.
The Taoiseach told his party that 397 out of 800 passengers who arrived at the airport on Tuesday were returning from holiday destinations.
Leo Varadkar told a meeting of the Fine Gael parliamentary party on Wednesday night that reopening could begin in February and continue in March.
The new rules come into effect from 11pm on Wednesday night.
Under current health restrictions, funerals are limited to 10 mourners.
The race between different countries to deliver vaccines should recognise that people will have to travel and trade, Dr Lindsay Broadbent added.
An editorial in a leading medical journal calls for more to be done to help those self-isolating.