A new Covid variant, with a different symptom, is starting to make headlines around the world as fears grow it will drive another wave through the UK.
Adults under the age of 50 have just days left to claim a free Covid-19 booster jab before the NHS will withdraw its offer.
Fewer teenagers are now coming forward for an HPV jab despite a study confirming that vaccines can cut the risk of cervical cancer by 87%.
A new Covid-19 variant, spreading rapidly across the US, is being watched closely by scientists fearful of its potential impact on the NHS.
People aged 50 and over will be able to book a Covid-19 booster and flu jab from tomorrow as fears grow about rising infection rates ahead of winter.
People who are unwell are being told to avoid the elderly and wear a mask as Covid-19 case increase and hospitalisations rise by nearly 40%.
A Covid vaccination centre has reached a significant milestone by giving out its 300,000th jab.
Thirty million people are being told to get vaccinated amid fears the UK will be hit hard by Covid-19 and flu - but who can get a jab and how?
Millions of people are being encouraged to take up offers of flu and Covid jabs amid fears a winter 'twindemic' is about to hit the UK.
Lincolnshire health bosses have warned of a potential autumn Covid-19 wave, with more to follow, following a slight increase in cases.
Hospitals have returned to the normal visiting arrangements that were in place prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Five million more people can now book a Covid-19 autumn booster vaccine, including over 65s and pregnant women.
Health officials say the Covid-19 jab is safe in pregnancy and advice hasn't changed, as outdated social media post spreads ahead of booster roll-out.
A Grantham centre is appealing for volunteers to help deliver the critical vaccination programme with the launch of the autumn booster campaign.
Lincolnshire hospitals are reinstating Covid wards this week after a sharp rise in cases.
Further covid deaths have been recorded in the area, while cases remain extremely low.