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“The number of people in hospital is still rising in all parts of the country” Prof Chris Whitty says we have “well exceeded” the peak of Covid hospital admissions in 2020, but stresses people should still go to hospital “if appropriate”

“This is everybody’s problem” Prof Chris Whitty tells #BBCBreakfast  infections are rising in every part of England#BBCYourQuestions 

📞 “I know we're staying at home to protect each other but when do you think we can go back to school again?" Prof Chris Whitty answers a question from 12-year-old Lilia in Greater Manchester. 🎧 @BBCSounds  📺 @BBCNews  📲 #BBCYourQuestions 

Prof Chris Whitty has urged people to minimise all unnecessary contact with other people. The next few weeks will be "the worst" of the pandemic for the NHS, he said

Prof Chris Whitty has urged people to minimise all unnecessary contact with others, as infection rates and hospital admissions rise across England. He says the next few weeks will be 'the worst' of the pandemic for the NHS.

📞 “What is the plan for care homes who are facing constant lockdowns?” Prof Chris Whitty answers a question from Peter, a care home manager in Cirencester. 🎧 @BBCSounds  📺 @BBCNews  📲 #BBCYourQuestions 

📞 “What plans are there to ensure housebound patients are vaccinated by mid-February?” Prof Chris Whitty answers a question from Jess in London, whose husband has motor neurone disease. 🎧 @BBCSounds  📺 @BBCNews  📲 #BBCYourQuestions 

Reinfection with coronavirus after jab 'possible' but at lower rates, Prof Chris Whitty says

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“This is everybody’s problem” Prof Chris Whitty tells #BBCBreakfast  infections are rising in every part of England#BBCYourQuestions 

"Would I encourage someone to hug and kiss their elderly relative? No, I would not" Prof Chris Whitty says "people just have to have sense" over the festive period, before adding that he will be spending Christmas "on the wards" Latest:

Missing school is worse than coronavirus for children, says UK's chief medical adviser Prof Chris Whitty

England's chief medical officer Prof Chris Whitty says coronavirus cases will rise if people ignore social distancing

“I would be surprised and delighted if we weren’t in this current situation through the winter, into next spring” Prof Chris Whitty says he expects a “significant amount of coronavirus circulating at least until that time” and we should plan as such

"Just touching" surfaces "will not give you the virus... it's if you touch it and then touch your face having not washed your hands" England's chief medical adviser Prof Chris Whitty on coronavirus at Commons health committee questions Latest:

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