The theory that coronavirus escaped from a Wuhan lab is now considered credible. If true, it has grave implications for the world.
The rapid spread of the Delta variant was not an inevitability but the result of the government’s failure to control the UK’s borders.
The evidence suggests that the Delta and Gamma variants are more dangerous for everyone, including young people.
The WHO has started naming variants of Covid-19 after the Greek alphabet. But will this prove a help or a hindrance?
Will the substance of this week’s gathering match its sunny, seaside setting?
After a slow start, the country’s vaccine roll-out is now outpacing the West’s.
Nearly 85 per cent of Welsh adults have received at least one vaccine dose.
If the Delta variant is ruining the UK’s path out of lockdown, the blame for that lies at the Prime Minister’s door.
The variant now accounts for up to 75 per cent of new coronavirus cases.
What was once dismissed as a baseless conspiracy theory is now being taken more seriously.
Slugglish vaccination rates and complacent societies are undermining the continent’s pandemic success.
The President of the International Rescue Committee joins Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock for the World Review podcast.
Vaccine shortages mean just 11 per cent of the nation have received a jab, with no immunisation surge in sight.
Families and couples split up by Covid are fed up with discussions focusing on holidays.
Whether countries are red-listed or not, new variants should not be able to spread if the self-isolation system is functioning.
It took 22 days for Boris Johnson to add India to the “red list” after Public Health England placed the new variant under investigation.
Slow vaccine roll-outs appear to have hit states such as Hungary and Czechia particularly hard.
New variants of the virus and an inadequate Test and Trace system threaten to undermine Britain’s vaccine success.
Outside of the US, there aren’t signs yet that vaccine uptake has been seriously affected by side-effect controversies.
Despite fully vaccinating more than 60 per cent of its adult population, Covid-19 cases are surging on the archipelago.
Over 1300 cases of the new variant have now been found in the UK – how concerned should we be?