In what has been dubbed by local media as a "pingdemic," the contact-tracing app alerted 618,903 people in England and Wales this week alone to self isolate.
"[E]ven fully vaccinated travelers may be at risk for getting and spreading COVID-19 variants," the CDC said in a statement on Monday.
Scientists and medical experts express concerns as England lifts a majority of COVID restrictions despite daily infection rates of around 50,000.
"If you are guilty of racist abuse online on football, then you will not be going to the match,'' Johnson said. "No ifs, no buts, no exemptions, no excuses."
Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka missed their spot kicks as England lost the penalty shootout 3-2 against Italy.
If anybody had doubts about the ruthlessness of the Chinese Communist Party, the speech President Xi Jinping delivered last week should have removed them.
The prime minister said the U.K. will still support Afghanistan through diplomacy as its troops return from their deployment there.
"There may be some things we have to do, extra precautions that we have to take," the prime minister said.
Matt Hancock announced that he has resigned following the release of pictures showing him kissing an aide, in an apparent breach of the U.K.'s social-distancing guidelines.
Everyone know that "Brexit means Brexit" but, five years after the vote, many Brits aren't any clearer on what that really means in practice.
"I think it is sensible to wait just a little longer," Prime Minister Boris Johnson said.
One expected order of business is a revision of the NATO charter to include cyberattacks among the actions that would prompt a collective response from the alliance's member nations.
Gorka mocked the 2016 Paris Climate Agreement and said the U.S. carries the financial and economic burden of the world while allowing China to become a stronger international superpower.
As part of the customary exchange, Johnson gave Biden a free-to-use Wikipedia photo of a British mural depicting Black 19th century abolitionist Frederick Douglass in return.
United States President Joe Biden is on his first overseas trip since taking office in January, but where does he stand on the world stage?
The British Medical Association is asking the U.K. government for a "sensible delay" before lifting the COVID-19 lockdown. Documented cases in the U.K. are at their highest since February.
As world leaders gather in Cornwall, England this week, one issue will be at the forefront of their plans: Defeat the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled the world the past year and prevent it from happening again.
The Group of Seven met Friday in Cornwall, England for the first in-person gathering in two years. The day also included a reception with Queen Elizabeth II, her son Prince Charles and her grandson Prince William.
"It's wonderful to listen to the Biden administration and to Joe Biden, because there's so much they want to do together with us, from security, NATO, to climate change," Johnson said.
The Conservative leader married Carrie Symonds in London's Roman Catholic Westminster Cathedral on Saturday.
World leaders from the U.S., Canada, the EU and elsewhere have all made statements condemning Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's actions.
The U.K. government is challenging claims that it planned to manage COVID-19 in early 2020 by attaining herd immunity after allowing the virus to spread. Dominic Cummings, former aide to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, made the allegations and plans to testify on live television on Wednesday.
The nurse also said she recently handed in her resignation, saying a "lack of respect" shown by the government for the National Health Service and health care workers led to her decision.
Sturgeon's office told the Associated Press that "her intention [is] to ensure that the people of Scotland can choose our own future when the crisis is over."
Iran has been burned by the U.S. and it is for America to make the grand gestures if it wants to be taken seriously.
The announcement came after several lawmakers in her party signed a letter of no-confidence in her over her support for Brexit, which resulted in controversial post-exit trade rules in the region.
The British prime minister wasn't criticizing Thunberg but his choice of phrasing raised some eyebrows.
The nation became the first major world economy to reach that milestone, which it announced on Saturday.
Fauci said the pandemic hit at a time of "great divisiveness" in the U.S., but noted a new direction under President Biden.