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Although data does not yet show Covid-19 triggering more suicides in the UK, action is needed to tackle a longer-term crisis in mental health and rise in suicide rates.
Were the people most at risk from coronavirus the last to be told how to stay safe?
Hundreds of people are still dying at home each week because they are worried about putting excessive pressure on the NHS.
As Boris Johnson faces a second wave, and the testing regime flounders, the next challenge will be mass rehabilitation of Covid-19 survivors still suffering symptoms.
Uncertainties around funding, workforce protection and patient safety suggest why the Winter Plan might have been delayed.
Sufferers are haunted by a “ghost of the virus” months after first falling ill.
Could you self-isolate on £13 a day? Boris Johnson seems to think so.
A “gap in the system” leaves those who cannot work from home with no income for two weeks when quarantining after travel.
Boris Johnson is casting blame on a sector that suffers from a lack of funding and understanding, and is desperately in need of a new funding model.
Covid-19 infections were around 50 per cent higher in care homes that used more agency workers.
The Prime Minister claims “too many care homes didn’t follow procedures” – but his government made the rules.