Sign in
Download Opera News App

OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS

12 symptoms of Covid amid July 2022 warning on rising case numbers

Covid cases in England started to rise again three weeks ago Coronavirus cases have been increasing rapidly over recent weeks - figures show cases jumped by 32% in a week . Although it is still below the record high 4.9 million cases, which was reached earlier this year, hospitalisations are continuing to increase.

bristolpost.co.uk ,  41 minutes ago 33
12 symptoms of Covid amid July 2022 warning on rising case numbers

Brexit NOT to blame! Remoaners silenced as economist pinpoints fatal flaw in logic

AN ECONOMIST has argued the "fundamental problem" with the UK economy has nothing to do with Brexit. As families across the UK struggle to make ends meet amid the cost of living crisis, the state of the UK economy, and Brexit’s impact on it, has become a subject of fierce debate.

express.co.uk ,  59 minutes ago 0
Brexit NOT to blame! Remoaners silenced as economist pinpoints fatal flaw in logic

Council reveals possible £2m saving measures to cope with inflation

Ipswich Borough Council has revealed the measures it may take to cope with rising inflation – but has assured residents that their household finances will not be directly impacted. The council had published its medium-term financial plan (MTFP) for the year 2022/23 in February. An MTFP typically lasts four years.

ipswichstar.co.uk ,  4 hours ago 0
Council reveals possible £2m saving measures to cope with inflation

Burton areas where house prices have dropped and what your money will buy you

Prices have also dipped in a sought after village on the edge of town House prices in two areas of Burton and a picturesque village close to the town have dropped in a year. According to figures from the Office for National Statistics house prices in Brizlincote in Burton fell by 13.6% to an average of £235,500 and in Stretton they fell 11.7% to £222,500.

staffordshire-live.co.uk ,  4 hours ago 4
Burton areas where house prices have dropped and what your money will buy you

Unvaccinated patients may need to take Covid tests for hospital appointments as cases rise

A hospital trust has warned unvaccinaated patients that they should expect to complete Covid tests if they are called to appointments in certain areas. Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) said not all patients will be required to do Covid tests, but those who are not vaccinated will be asked to take a lateral flow before entering a "green zone".

romfordrecorder.co.uk ,  4 hours ago 3
Unvaccinated patients may need to take Covid tests for hospital appointments as cases rise

Norfolk areas with the most and fewest Covid deaths in 2020 and 2021

New data has revealed the areas of Norfolk with the most and fewest Covid deaths over the past two years. The new stats by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have found that Downham Market saw the most Covid deaths during 2020 and 2021, with 54 in total.

eveningnews24.co.uk ,  5 hours ago 0
Norfolk areas with the most and fewest Covid deaths in 2020 and 2021

What Are The Symptoms Of The Omicron BA.5 Covid Variant?

There is one particularly key sign that you have a severe Covid infection. The UK is experiencing yet another wave of Covid infections, with case numbers rising by half a million in a week. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), an estimated 2.3 million people had the virus last week, which is an increase of 32% compared to the week before.

huffingtonpost.co.uk ,  7 hours ago 87
What Are The Symptoms Of The Omicron BA.5 Covid Variant?

Keep COVID safe and help stop the spread

Cases of COVID-19 are on the rise, with the latest data from the Office for National Statistics showing an increase in cases in the North West, and nationally. Although there are no longer restrictions in place, it is still important that we all take steps to stop the spread of the virus and protect ourselves and those around us.

knowsleynews.co.uk ,  7 hours ago 0
Keep COVID safe and help stop the spread

Hundreds of parents now choose to teach their kids at home in Solihull

A Freedom of Information request has revealed a significant rise in homeschooled children in the borough of Solihull over the last three years The number of children opting for homeschooling in Solihull has jumped over the last three years, new data shows. A Freedom of Information request submitted to Solihull Council revealed a 22 per cent rise in homeschooled kids between 2019 and 2022.

birminghammail.co.uk ,  8 hours ago 0
Hundreds of parents now choose to teach their kids at home in Solihull

Brighton and Hove’s lone renters spent third of income on housing – before ‘cost of living’ crisis

Tenants who were renting alone in Brighton and Hove were spending a third of their pre-tax pay on housing costs before the cost-of-living pushed up costs, according to official figures. The median monthly rent for a one-bed property in Brighton and Hove stood at £900 in the 12 months to March, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

brightonandhovenews.org ,  8 hours ago 0
Brighton and Hove’s lone renters spent third of income on housing – before ‘cost of living’ crisis

Where average house prices in Suffolk rose and fell last year

House prices in the neighbourhood with the biggest increase in Suffolk rose by an average of £110 a day last year. The average price of a home in Gunton West in East Suffolk was £200,000 in 2021, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics. That was a 25% increase in a year compared to the average price of £160,000 in 2020.

suffolklive.com ,  8 hours ago 1
Where average house prices in Suffolk rose and fell last year

The most reported Covid symptom revealed by new data as UK cases rise

The new figures show at the end of June 8,928 people were in hospital with Covid in England New data has revealed the most common symptom seen amongst Covid patients, after cases in the UK were said to have surged by almost a third since last week - and 2.3 million people had the virus in the last week of June.

coventrytelegraph.net ,  9 hours ago 13
The most reported Covid symptom revealed by new data as UK cases rise

Blow after blow for Boris Johnson as CPI data reveals UK worst off in G7

THE UK is now the worst off in the G7 in terms of inflation, despite the Prime Minister's claim that the country is the fastest-growing economy in the group. Putin has 'two fingers up' with strikes during G7 says Ellwood According to data published last week by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), inflation, as measured by the consumer price index (CPI), rose from nine percent in April to 9.1 percent last month, a level unseen since February 1982.

express.co.uk ,  10 hours ago 17
Blow after blow for Boris Johnson as CPI data reveals UK worst off in G7

What is negative child benefit? Demographer proposes taxing childless people to boost population

An article from The Times suggesting that we tax the childless to combat the UK’s slowdown in population growth has sparked a backlash. The 6.3% increase signals a slowdown in population growth over the last 10 years, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

standard.co.uk ,  10 hours ago 4
What is negative child benefit? Demographer proposes taxing childless people to boost population

Cost of living takes a toll on people's health

COSTS OF food, energy, fuel and just about everything else keep on going up and are becoming a real source of stress for much of the UK’s less well-off population. Recent studies have revealed the scale of the anxiety that is gripping the nation as people battle to make ends meet while cutting back on spending wherever possible.

harrogateadvertiser.co.uk ,  11 hours ago 1
Cost of living takes a toll on people's health

What to do if you test positive for Covid now: NHS guidance after rules eased and if you need to self-isolate

The legal requirement to self-isolate after a positive Covid result ended throughout the UK earlier this year Covid-19 cases are on the rise again due to the spread of two Omicron variants – BA.4 and BA.5. A total of 2.3 million people in private households are estimated to have had the virus last week, up 32 per cent from a week before, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

inews.co.uk ,  11 hours ago 0
What to do if you test positive for Covid now: NHS guidance after rules eased and if you need to self-isolate

One in 15 Scots infected with covid amid 'surge' of virus

SCOTLAND could be experiencing record levels of covid cases as 1 in 15 people are infected mid a 'surge' in the virus. According to the ZOE study, which logs symptoms from app users, rates are by far the highest in the UK. This echoes findings from the Office for National Statistics based on samples from communities across the UK, the Scottish Sun reports.

glasgowtimes.co.uk ,  12 hours ago 7
One in 15 Scots infected with covid amid 'surge' of virus

Top Covid symptom in patients revealed by new data as infections surge across UK

A total of 2.3 million people are estimate to have had the virus latest figures show Covid-19 infections in the UK have jumped by more than half a million, with the rise likely to be driven by the latest Omicron variants BA.4 and BA.5, figures show. Hospital numbers are also continuing to increase, with early signs of a rise in intensive care admissions among older age groups.

independent.co.uk ,  13 hours ago 3
Top Covid symptom in patients revealed by new data as infections surge across UK