Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, local government, health, education and other public services have sought to make sure that vulnerable children are protected. As we look ahead, these children and their families remain central to our public health plans and ambitions.
Although it might seem straightforward, counting the number of people who have died from COVID-19 related illness is complex. In this blog, Professor John Newton explains why we have taken the approach we have to date and how this will change data moving forward.
If you’re planning a trip overseas, it’s never been more important to know the potential health risks of your destination. This blog provides some top tips to help you and your loved ones to stay safe and make your trip memorable for all the right reasons.
As more tourist and visitor attractions re-open to the public, many people will be planning breaks and day trips around the UK. This blog aims to provide some simple advice to help you get out and about and enjoy summer safely.
Public Health England's Director of Health Improvement shares a personal view on the challenge of tackling obesity, how to make it easier for everyone to make healthy choices, and how the UK can respond to improve health.
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.
PHE’s Head of immunisation Dr Mary Ramsay describes how testing blood samples is helping us gather crucial data on the spread of COVID-19.
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.
The current COVID-19 pandemic will amplify the health risks from heat. Equally, in the context of the pandemic, we will need to take actions differently to prevent heat related harm to health. Find out more about PHE's heatwave plans for 2020.