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“The NHS is under severe pressure throughout the country.” @NHSEnglandNMD  Professor Stephen Powis it “is really critical” people stick to social distancing restrictions to help ease demand on the NHS. Get live #coronavirus  updates:

Watch live: Coming up on the show today, we are joined by Vaccines Minister@nadhimzahawi , @fmwales  Mark Drakeford and @NHSEnglandNMD  Professor Stephen Powis, as the national #coronavirus  vaccine programme continues to expand

"Well over 20 hospitals worth of new patients" have been admitted with coronavirus since Christmas Eve, NHS England boss Professor Stephen Powis says, but "fewer people are needing intensive care" Latest:

NHS England’s national medical director Professor Stephen Powis said it will be “some time” before the Covid-19 vaccination programme begins to reduce pressures on hospitals

The health secretary Matt Hancock hosts Downing Street press conference alongside senior medical adviser at Public Health England Dr Susan Hopkins and NHS England medical director Professor Stephen Powis. Read more:

“Within the next week or two we aim to start piloting 24/7 vaccine centres.” @NHSEnglandNMD  Professor Stephen Powis explains that some current vaccination centres will open overnight. Get live #coronavirus  updates:

NHS England’s medical director Professor Stephen Powis says the health service remains in a difficult position despite the ramping up of the national vaccine rollout. Read more:

NHS England’s medical director Professor Stephen Powis says the health service remains in a difficult position despite the ramping up of the national vaccine rollout. Read more:

“The key to reducing the infection rates in hospital, is to reduce infection rates in the community.” @NHSEnglandNMD  Professor Stephen Powis addresses #COVID19  contraction inside hospital settings. Get live #coronavirus  updates:

"Along side social distancing, these vaccines are our best line of defence." Professor Stephen Powis, NHS England medical director says pharmacies will start rolling out the vaccine later this week. Get the latest on #COVID19 :

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MORE on the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine warning from the UK. This is the statement from Professor Stephen Powis, National Medical Director for the NHS:

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WATCH LIVE: NHS press conference on #coronavirus  🔵 Sir Simon Stevens, NHS Chief Executive 🔵 Professor Stephen Powis, NHS National Medical Director 🔵 Dr Alison Pittard, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Dean, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine

WATCH LIVE: NHS press conference on #coronavirus : 🔵 Sir Simon Stevens, NHS Chief Executive 🔵 Professor Stephen Powis, NHS National Medical Director 🔵 Dr Alison Pittard, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Dean, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine

NHS England Medical Director ProfessorStephen Powis says the UK now has more patients in hospital with #COVID19  then we did when the government announced lockdown measures in March. Follow the latest here:

Why has the government not published testing numbers for the past six days? asks @faisalislam  "I can't give you a specific answer on the testing numbers but testing is increasing all the time," replies Professor Stephen PowisUpdates:

Professor Stephen Powis explains why it is vital we keep the transmission ‘R’ rate below 1 so we don’t risk a second peak.

NHS England’s Professor Stephen Powis' slides from yesterday's #coronavirus  press conference: 🔵Transport use in Great Britain 🔵New #coronavirus  cases in the UK 🔵Hospital admissions due to coronavirus 🔵Global comparison of deaths #StayHomeSaveLives 

NHS England Medical Director ProfessorStephen Powis says "we are not at capacity yet within London but beds are being opened all the time to produce that extra surge capacity"

BREAKING: @NHSEnglandNMD  Professor Stephen Powis announces on @BBCBreakfast  that overnight 170,000 of you have already signed up to volunteer to help your NHS — that’s 189 people every minute! 👏 #YourNHSNeedsYou 

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