Captain Tom Moore was lauded as a hero across the United Kingdom after he raised $45 million for British health care workers by walking 100 laps in his garden before his 100th birthday.
Ex-Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tells Newsweek Conservative MPs voting on post-Brexit trade deals have "betrayed" the NHS.
Hospitals are becoming overwhelmed by COVID-19 as officials rush to make more beds available.
Critical care doctors have warned the second wave is now worse than the first, as a record 30,451 patients are treated in hospital for COVID-19.
Justin Bieber has reunited with NHS key workers five years after they beat him to the U.K. chart top spot.
Around one in seven people are now waiting more than three months for scans.
Arun Panabaka spent four months in intensive care units as a nursing assistant treating COVID-19 patients.
Around 50 hospitals in England have been authorized to administer the Pfizer COVID vaccine so far.
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"The doorstep claps are now long forgotten and the monumental efforts made by workers during this pandemic appear to have been disregarded."
Britain has ordered 40 million doses of Pfizer's COVID vaccine, with hospital staff preparing to administer it to those most at risk by December.
The victim's eye socket was broken in three places after he was thrown from the train after being repeatedly punched.
The Department of Health says that free parking will continue only for "key patient groups and NHS staff in certain circumstances".
Level four means that restrictions are maintained and that virus transmission is high and/or increasing. Level three means the virus remains in general circulation but transmission levels are lower.
Dr. Meenal Viz said clap for carers "gave us a nice fuzzy feeling in our heart every Thursday, knowing that the public is on our side."
The NHS was forced to cancel two million operations as doctors battled to free up hospital beds for COVID-19 patients.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace paid tribute to Colonel Moore, saying he not only embodies "the spirit of our incredible veteran community but also the resolve of this nation".
More than a dozen children are said to have fallen ill with stomach and heart problems, which left them requiring intensive care treatment in recent weeks.
Some experts are calling for an end to the lockdown because its impact may soon "outweigh the damaging effect of coronavirus."
Although people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds form 13 percent of the U.K. population, they make up 35 percent of all patients in intensive care.
Captain Tom Moore completed his 100th lap earlier today, saying he wanted to raise the money for "magnificent NHS staff".
Tom Moore is aiming to complete 100 laps of his backyard in Bedfordshire, England by his 100th birthday at the end of April to raise funds for doctors and nurses.
MedFetUK said it was "scandalous" that it was "being sought out as last-resort supplier" for Britain's health service during the coronavirus crisis.
Joseph Alsousou who worked at two hospitals in Oxford, England, said that he was "nearly in tears" when he was not allowed to stay at the house he had been lodging in.
Patients currently taking the drug should talk to their health care professionals, the agency said.
A new video taken of apparently random British people on the street shows stunned reactions to the costs of U.S. health care.
The 72-year-old man had to have emergency surgery after an X-ray revealed the dentures.