1. Coronavirus: 'Overwhelming majority' of recovered COVID-19 patients produce antibodies  Sky News
  2. We may not know if coronavirus can be caught twice for 'a couple of years'  Mirror Online
  3. Public urged to download contact-tracing app in fight against Covid-19  AOL Travel UK
  4. Two out of five tests to end UK lockdown ‘have been completed’, suggests new data  The Sun
  5. UK records lowest coronavirus daily death toll since March  The Independent
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England's deputy chief medical officer says it is too early to say whether patients who recover from COVID-19 are immune.England's deputy chief medical officer says it is too early to say whether patients who recover from COVID-19 are immune.

Coronavirus: 'Overwhelming majority' of recovered COVID-19 patients produce antibodies | UK News | Sky News

A further 288 deaths of patients with coronavirus were recorded across the UK on Sunday, in the lowest daily tally since 30 March, health secretary Matt Hancock has announced. Deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam said that it was "now very clear in the data that we are past the peak" of the outbreak, but cautioned that “we have to get the cases lower” in order to meetA further 288 deaths of patients with coronavirus were recorded across the UK on Sunday, in the lowest daily tally since 30 March, health secretary Matt Hancock has announced. Deputy chief medical

UK records lowest coronavirus daily death toll since March | The Independent

The press conference will be led by the health secretary todayThe press conference will be led by the health secretary today

LIVE updates as Matt Hancock leads daily coronavirus press conference - Manchester Evening News

Matt Hancock - who has already had Covid-19 - said he still wouldn't be comfortable walking into a crowded room Matt Hancock - who has already had Covid-19 - said he still wouldn't be comfortable walking into a crowded room

We may not know if coronavirus can be caught twice for 'a couple of years' - Mirror Online

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“WATCH: We’re launching our pilot #coronavirus test & trace programme on the Isle of Wight https://t.co/7vebKxb9jn”

Matt Hancock on Twitter: "WATCH: We’re launching our pilot #coronavirus test & trace programme on the Isle of Wight… "

“So the NHSX contact tracing app will be piloted on the Isle of Wight from tonight. A few weeks ago I wrote about the safeguards and standards needed to protect our privacy. We need assurances that these have been met. @MattHancock https://t.co/B6Co9C8U1q”

Layla Moran 🔶 on Twitter: "So the NHSX contact tracing app will be piloted on the Isle of Wight from tonight. A few weeks ago I wrote about the safeguards and standards needed to protect our privacy. We need assurances that these have been met. @MattHancock https://t.co/B6Co9C8U1q"

“So, @MattHancock just said that he wouldn't be comfortable going into a crowded room until "the science" proves "people who tested positive for having antibodies, were at low risk of transmitting the disease." I'm just going to leave this here for everyone to think about.”

Alex Andreou on Twitter: "So, @MattHancock just said that he wouldn't be comfortable going into a crowded room until "the science" proves "people who tested positive for having antibodies, were at low risk of transmitting the disease." I'm just going to leave this here for everyone to think about."

“Health Sec Matt Hancock announces that 28,734 people have now died from coronavirus in all settings, up 288 from yesterday. (This is lowest rise since the end of March although figures tend to go down after weekends, and ministers expect this to go up again in coming days)”

Pippa Crerar on Twitter: "Health Sec Matt Hancock announces that 28,734 people have now died from coronavirus in all settings, up 288 from yesterday. (This is lowest rise since the end of March although figures tend to go down after weekends, and ministers expect this to go up again in coming days)"

BRITS were tonight given hope of an end to the lockdown after it emerged two of the government's five key tests to lift it have apparently been passed.BRITS were tonight given hope of an end to the lockdown after it emerged two of the government’s five key tests to lift it have apparently been passed. The government has set five tests that …

Two out of five tests to end UK lockdown ‘have been completed’, suggests new data

A further 204 people in England who tested positive for coronavirus have diedA further 204 people in England who tested positive for coronavirus have died

Live as Matt Hancock announces NHS contact-tracing app in daily coronavirus press conference - Liverpool Echo

The app relies on the first part of a user’s postcode but does not ask for a name or other identifying information.The app relies on the first part of a user’s postcode but does not ask for a name or other identifying information.

Public urged to download contact-tracing app in fight against Covid-19 | Shropshire Star

Watch the government's coronavirus daily public briefing - the feed will appear here once it begins. Watch the government's coronavirus daily public briefing - the feed will appear here once it begins.

Watch LIVE: the government's coronavirus press conference - LBC

Prof Jonathan Van-Tam said it was “more likely than not” that the first vaccines will be given to adultsProf Jonathan Van-Tam said it was “more likely than not” that the first vaccines will be given to adults

Children will have first access to coronavirus vaccine, Deputy Chief Medical Officer suggests

People who have recovered from coronavirus are developing antibodies to the virus in medical studies, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England has revealed.People who have recovered from coronavirus are developing antibodies to the virus in medical studies, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England has revealed.

'Overwhelming majority' of people who have recovered from coronavirus develop antibodies, tests show | Dewsbury Reporter

Studies in Britain show that most people who have had COVID-19 develop antibodies, England's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam said on Monday, but it was too early to say whether this gave them immunity.Studies in Britain show that most people who have had COVID-19 develop antibodies, England's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam said on Monday, but it was too early to say whether this gave them immunity.

The more people who download an NHS contact-tracing app the more lockdown can be loosened, officials have said today.A “really serious campaign” will tell people that using the app will save lives andThe more people who download an NHS contact-tracing app the more lockdown can be loosened, officials have said today.A “really serious campaign” will tell people that using the app will save lives and

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LONDON - Studies in Britain show that most people who have had COVID-19 develop antibodies, England's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam said on Monday, but it was too early to say whether this gave them immunity.LONDON - Studies in Britain show that most people who have had COVID-19 develop antibodies, England's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam said on Monday, but it was too early to say whether this gave them immunity.

Most COVID-19 patients get antibodies but immunity unclear - UK official

The overwhelming majority of patients who have recovered from coronavirus have been found to produce antibodies - but it is too early to say if they guarantee immunity, England's deputy chief medical officer has said. The overwhelming majority of patients who have recovered from coronavirus have been found to produce antibodies - but it is too early to say if they guarantee immunity, England's deputy chief medical officer has said.

Coronavirus: 'Overwhelming majority' of recovered COVID-19 patients produce antibodies - 3FM Isle of Man

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