1. Two of five tests to lift lockdown 'met' fuelling hopes that end may be in sight  Mirror Online
  2. Coronavirus: 'Overwhelming majority' of recovered COVID-19 patients produce antibodies  Sky News
  3. Children won't have first access to coronavirus vaccine, Deputy Chief Medical Officer suggests  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. We may not know if coronavirus can be caught twice for 'a couple of years'  Mirror Online
  5. UK records lowest coronavirus daily death toll since March  The Independent
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The government set out five tests that need to be met in order for the lockdown to be lifted, with new data suggesting that two of the test have now been met The government set out five tests that need to be met in order for the lockdown to be lifted, with new data suggesting that two of the test have now been met

Two of five tests to lift lockdown 'met' fuelling hopes that end may be in sight - Mirror Online

news.sky.com 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. Prof Jonath

Coronavirus: ‘Overwhelming majority’ of recovered COVID-19 patients produce antibodies | UK News | The Loppy

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 won't have first access to coronavirus vaccine, Deputy Chief Medical Officer suggests

While the “overwhelming majority” of recovered coronavirus patients are believed to develop antibodies, it remains unclear if this means they are immune to re-infection, England’s deputy chief medical officer has warned.While the “overwhelming majority” of recovered coronavirus patients are believed to develop antibodies, it remains unclear if this means they are immune to re-infection, England’s deputy chief

Most coronavirus patients get antibodies but unclear if they become immune, deputy chief medical officer says | The Independent

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“Kindness and support for others will sustain us through this difficult period. Hear from organisations across Wales and Deputy Minister and Chief Whip Jane Hutt AM, talk about how we should all come together in the fight against Coronavirus. https://t.co/3nm72T2naq”

Looking out for each other during COVID-19 on Twitter: "Kindness and support for others will sustain us through this difficult period. Hear from organisations across Wales and Deputy Minister and Chief Whip Jane Hutt AM, talk about how we should all come together in the fight against Coronavirus.… https://t.co/ZYI6djEDbw"

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Maria Ressa on Twitter: "BCDA chief Vince Dizon named coronavirus plan deputy chief implementer https://t.co/lvohr9rQ13 via @rapplerdotcom"

“.@Emeril was on a call today with @SteveScalise and his chief deputy whip to talk about #coronavirus impact on the restaurant industry. Marvin Irby of the National Restaurant Association was also on the call. #lalege #lagov”

Elizabeth Crisp on Twitter: ".@Emeril was on a call today with @SteveScalise and his chief deputy whip to talk about #coronavirus impact on the restaurant industry. Marvin Irby of the National Restaurant Association was also on the call. #lalege #lagov"

“Victoria’s Public Sector Commission has confirmed it will investigate whether Deputy Chief Health Officer Annaliese van Diemen contravened the Public Administration Act when she compared Captain Cook to coronavirus in a tweet. https://t.co/qrFDlIqXyW #springst”

Rachel Baxendale on Twitter: "Victoria’s Public Sector Commission has confirmed it will investigate whether Deputy Chief Health Officer Annaliese van Diemen contravened the Public Administration Act when she compared Captain Cook to coronavirus in a tweet. https://t.co/qrFDlIqXyW #springst"

He said the risk of a second wave was under close review and new cases need to fall further before the UK enters the second phaseHe said the risk of a second wave was under close review and new cases need to fall further before the UK enters the second phase

England's chief medical officer suggests UK may have passed two of the five tests to exit lockdown | inews

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

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 | Doncaster Free Press

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.

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

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

However the health secretary who has had the virus said he would "not yet" feel comfortable in a crowded roomHowever the health secretary who has had the virus said he would "not yet" feel comfortable in a crowded room

Majority of people who recover from Covid-19 develop antibodies, evidence shows - Manchester Evening News

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.

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