Staying alert for Eid Al-Adha this month will help to protect friends and family from coronavirus (COVID-19). Read about the important actions you can take are to maintain social distancing during festivities.
With lockdown now easing we know people will be keen to go out and enjoy themselves. Here are our top 5 tips to make sure you and your family can stay safe while getting on with day to day activities.
Complex cases of COVID-19, such as those linked to care homes, prisons or schools, that are harder to contact trace are referred to PHE health protection teams. Find out how the London team is dealing with complex cases.
Trish Mannes, Deputy Director for Health Protection at PHE and a senior epidemiologist with more than 20 years’ experience in preventing and managing infectious disease outbreaks, gives a personal account of the role of contact tracing.
Whilst places of worship remain closed and social distancing measures are in place, the celebration of Eid will need to be adapted this year. Staying at home for Eid will help to protect friends and family from coronavirus (COVID-19).
Find out how PHE together with researchers at the University of Cambridge are working to regularly nowcast and forecast COVID-19 infections and deaths.
One of PHE’s core functions is disease surveillance; making sure we have the right information available to us at the right time to inform decisions and actions across the public health system. In this blog we set out PHE's approach to tracking COVID-19.
Staying at home during Ramadan will play an important part in the nation’s effort to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). That’s the message from health experts and Muslim leaders as communities across England prepare to celebrate the holy month.
As we start to see more coronavirus cases in the UK, and more widespread community transmission of the virus, further measures to reduce the contact people have with each other may be needed. In this blog we explain what these measures, sometimes referred to as social distancing, mean.
As more cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) appear in the UK, we outline 5 things you can do to protect yourself and your community.
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