Media coverage of Bristol's coronavirus research

Bristol's research and our academics have been quoted in hundreds of articles and broadcasts since the Coronavirus pandemic began. This page represents just a selection of that coverage.

January 2021

BBC Radio 5 Live Stephen Nolan [listen at 22:11 in]. UK to close travel corridors from Monday. Should this have happened sooner? Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 January 2021

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 04:28 in] and Late News [watch at 02:50 in]. Misinformation about the safety of the Covid-19 vaccine. Dr David Matthews.
15 January 2021

Bristol 24/7. 'We find ourselves in a race against time' - Bristol's vaccine expert. Professor Adam Finn.
15 January 2021

The Telegraph. Calls mount for tighter border controls amid concerns of a 'gaping hole' in UK pandemic response. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 January 2021

Daily Express. Pubs and restaurants could remain closed despite Britons getting coronavirus jab. Professor Adam Finn.
14 January 2021

DublinLive. Ireland lockdown: Schools 'very unlikely' to reopen in February. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 January 2021

MailOnline. ‘If football is shut down because of this we know where the fault lies...’ Experts demand action over Covid rule-breakers after players flagrantly ignore new rules to avoid hugs. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 January 2021

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 2:51:00 in].  What will change once the Covid vaccine roll out has reached many millions of people? Professor Adam Finn.
14 January 2021

Newstalk. Schools reopening in early February 'very unlikely'. How long will it be before the lockdown has an impact? Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 January 2021

BBC Radio 5 Live with Chris Warburton [listen at 19:15 in]. Professor Gabriel Scally.
13 January 2021

The Science Times. Is it safe to mix COVID-19 vaccines from different makers? Dr David Matthews.
13 January 2021

The Guardian, Yahoo! News. UK coronavirus deaths pass 100,000 after 1,564 reported in one day. Professor Gabriel Scally.
13 January 2021

BBC News 24. Government plans to step-up the Covid vaccine programme and impact of the vaccine on immunosuppressed patients. Professor Adam Finn.
13 January 2021

BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour [listen at 02:15 in]. Government deicision to delay second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
13 January 2021

Times Radio Breakfast with Aasmah Mir and Stig Abell [listen at 02:36:17 in]. Covid vaccination rollout programme. Professor Adam Finn.
13 January 2021

The Telegraph [behind a paywall]. Instate tests found just 3pc of student cases. Dr Angela Raffle.
13 January 2021

The Times [behind a paywall]. Sturgeon considers mass testing despite objections. Dr Angela Raffle.
13 January 2021

The BMJ. Covid-19: Controversial rapid test policy divides doctors and scientists. Professor Adam Finn.
12 January 2021

The Guardian, MailOnline. Experts call for rethink of lateral flow mass testing for Covid in UK. Dr Angela Raffle.
12 January 2021

inews. Britain’s colossal failure to tackle Covid-19 began not in 2020, but a decade ago. Professor Gabriel Scally.
12 January 2021

Financial Times [behind a paywall]. Whitty warns next few weeks are 'going to be worst' for hospitals. Professor Oliver Johnson.
12 January 2021

MailOnline. Rush-hour traffic in London hits its highest level during third lockdown as key workers continue to commute to work. Professor Lucy Yardley.
12 January 2021

The Guardian: Opinion. England's crisis can't be blamed on the new Covid variant alone. Professor Gabriel Scally.
12 January 2021

The BMJ Opinion. Covid-19: government must urgently rethink lateral flow test roll out. Dr Angela Raffle.
12 January 2021

Yahoo! News, MSN UK, Women's Health. Gut bacteria may influence severity of COVID complications, study suggests. Dr Kaitlin Wade.
12 January 2021

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 04:43 in] and Late News [watch at 02:56 in]. Q&As about the Covid vaccination programme. Professor Adam Finn.
11 January 2021

John Pienaar with Times Radio Drive [listen at 00:52:10 in]. Mass vaccination programme rollout. Professor Adam Finn.
11 January 2021

Evening Standard. Pubs could be closed 'till May' as Covid lockdown set to last 'until March 23'. Professor Adam Finn.
11 January 2021

BBC Radio 5 Live Your Call [listen at 03:43 in]. Your Coronavirus questions answered. Professor Adam Finn.
11 January 2021

BBC Breakfast [watch at 2:14:23 in]. Mass COVID-19 vaccination rollout. Professor Adam Finn.
11 January 2021

Newstalk. Ireland's "open door" policy to travel curtailing efforts to reduce COVID-19 surge. Professor Gabriel Scally.
10 January 2021

The Observer. What are the pros and cons of mass Covid testing in England? Professor Adam Finn.
10 January 2021

The Observer, Financial Times [behind a paywall]. Rapid Covid testing across England will help identify symptomless carriers. Professor Adam Finn.
10 January 2021

The Telegraph [behind a paywall]. Government accused of misleading public about lateral flow tests. Dr Angela Raffle.
10 January 2021

Sky News Sophy Ridge on Sunday, Sky News, inews, WalesOnline. Matt Hancock says the Government is on track to deliver 13 million jabs by mid-February. Professor Adam Finn.
10 January 2021

BBC News online, ITV.com news. Covid-19: Rapid tests for asymptomatic people to be rolled out. Dr Angela Raffle.
10 January 2021

Bristol Live, Mirror, Sky News, MailOnline, The Times. Teachers to be considered as possible priority for Covid vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
10 January 2021

The Spectator Covid's endgame: How should lockdown be lifted? Professor Philip Thomas. 
9 January 2021

The Telegraph [behind a paywall]. People with common colds testing positive for Covid-19 may simply be asymptomatic cases, experts reveal. Professor Caroline Relton.
9 January 2021

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 33:34 in], BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast [listen at 1:02:17 in] Yahoo! Canada, Independent, Daily Mail, The Metro, Yorkshire Post, The Times, Bristol Post, Epigram, The Scotsman, Jerusalem Post.  Scientists worldwide collaborate to publish Covid-19 vaccine guide.  Professors Stephan Lewandowsky and Adam Finn.
7 January 2021

BBC Radio Good Morning Scotland [listen at 1:15:07 in]. Policy on delaying the second Covid dose. Professor Adam Finn.
7 January 2021

ITV.com. Could there be other Covid-19 mutations and will vaccines work against other variants? Dr David Matthews.
6 January 2021

BBC Science Focus Magazine. Coronavirus vaccine: Is it safe? Dr David Matthews.
6 January 2021

BBC Points West Evening News.  How might the new strain of the Covid virus behave? Dr Andrew Davidson.
5 January 2021

BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio Bristol, . How to stay positive during the third Covid lockdown. Dr Nilu Ahmed.
5 January 2021

BBC Gloucester. Delivery of second dose of the Covid vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
5 January 2021

The Sun. Can we really vaccinate our way out of this Covid hell? Professor Gabriel Scally.
5 January 2021

Daily Mail. Has Britain got ANY chance of vaccinating 13m by mid-February? Professor Gabriel Scally.
5 January 2021

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 13:20 in] and Late News. Covid-19 vaccination rollout and delivery of second dose. Professor Adam Finn.
4 January 2021

BBC Radio 4 World at One [listen at 10:00 in]. Coronavirus roll out, post-implementation evaluation and variants. Professor Adam Finn.
4 January 2021

BBC News. Actions they must take during lockdown to get the virus under control. Lockdowns alone are just not enough to keep us safe. Professor Gabriel Scally.
4 January 2021

The Observer. The Oxford Covid jab is delivered this week. But when will vaccines bring results? Professor Adam Finn.
3 January 2021

Times Radio Breakfast [listen at 02:08:00 in]. Delaying second covid vaccine dose, "mix & match" non-story and vaccine roll-out. Professor Adam Finn.
3 January 2021

Financial Times [behind a paywall]. UK economists’ survey: recovery will be slower than in peer countries. Professor Richard Davies.
3 January 2021

Sky News. The UK's Covid testing system is "totally inadequate", and does not align with international guidance.Professor Gabriel Scally.
3 January 2021

Daily Mail. A shortage of doses, red tape strangling volunteer army, and a row over second jabs: DAVID ROSE asks if this will be the vaccine of freedom - or another fiasco in the making? Professor Adam Finn.
1 January 2021

Sky News. We need a full lockdown, schools need to stay closed and be made safer and, we still need a proper find, test, trace, isolate and support system. Professor Gabriel Scally.
1 January 2021

The Times [behind a paywall]. Ministers had been warned to prepare for a pandemic. Professor Gabriel Scally.
1 January 2021

December 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:14:00 in]. Dose scheduling plans for the UK COVID vaccine programme. Professor Adam Finn.
31 December 2020

MailOnline, nation.lk. Coronavirus UK: Britain will need lockdowns until summer 2021 even with vaccines, scientists warn. Professor Gabriel Scally.
31 December 2020

Daily Business. Alert for St James as consumers shun shops. Professor Gabriel Scally.
31 December 2020

The Telegraph. How to make the most of your second term as a 'fresher' at university. Dr Nilu Ahmed.
31 December 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 02:33 in] and Late News [watch at 02:35 in]. How signicant is the approval of the Oxford-AstraZenica vaccine in the fight against coronaviurs. Professor Adam Finn.
30 December 2020

The Guardian, The Irish Times. How well does the Oxford vaccine work? What we know so far. Professor Adam Finn.
30 December 2020

The Spectator. Do we finally have an answer on Covid immunity? Professor Philip Thomas.
30 December 2020

The Conversation, Times Australia. How coronavirus made 2020 the year of the electric bike. Professor Ashley Cooper, Professor Angie Page and Jessica Bourne.
30 December 2020

The Metro. How the Covid pandemic has changed our behaviour forever. Dr Nilu Ahmed.
30 December 2020

BioWorld. Accuracy, utility of COVID-19 lateral flow tests questioned in the UK. Dr Angela Raffle.
29 December 2020

How the Covid pandemic has changed our behaviour forever


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How the Covid pandemic has changed our behaviour forever


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elDiario.es. Ten reasons COVID-19 vaccines have arrived so quickly and without shortcuts. Professor Adam Finn.
29 December 2020

Times Radio [listen at 10:08 in]. Current COVID-19 situation, schools, testing and what's next? Professor Adam Finn.
29 December 2020

The Sun. Who can’t have the Covid vaccine? From pregnant women to children. Professor Adam Finn.
29 December 2020

BBC Radio 4 World at One [listen at 12:30 in]. Latest COVID developments. Professor Adam Finn.
28 December 2020

Epigram. The majority of Bristol students are complying with COVID-19 guidelines, researchers find. Emily Nixon.
27 December 2020

The Guardian - Opinion. Ten reasons we got Covid-19 vaccines so quickly without 'cutting corners'. Professor Adam Finn.
26 December 2020

CNN.com. 2020 was a terrible year. But the world's in better shape than you might think. Dr David Matthews.
25 December 2020

BBC Points West Late News [watch at 03:30 in]. Was the emergence of the new varient inevitable? Dr David Matthews.
22 December 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 07:00 in]. New covid variant and will the vaccines remain affective. Dr Andrew Davidson.
22 December 2020

BBC Radio 4 World at One [listen at 08:32 in]. New coronavirus variant and implications for vaccines. Professor Adam Finn.
22 December 2020

Yahoo UK! How will scientists uncover if vaccines work against the new coronavirus variant? Professor Adam Finn.
22 December 2020

The Washington Post [behind a paywall / login]. UK coronavirus mutation prompts more travel bans. Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

The Daily Star. Big chunks of rubbish float at the top. Dr David Matthews.
21 December 2020

BristolLive. Scientists in UK working out if vaccine prevents new Covid strain. Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

Financial Times [behind a login]. What we know about the new coronavirus strain. Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

Yahoo! news. More than half a million people in the UK have received Covid-19 vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

Mirror. UK could discover within 'a few days' if vaccines work against new mutant coronavirus. Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

Reuters, MailOnline, Metro, The new coronavirus variant in Britain: How worrying is it? Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

BBC Science Focus magazine. Life will not ‘go back to normal’ until at least half the population is vaccinated. Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

iNews. When will Tier 4 be reviewed? Review date for new Covid restrictions – and how long the rules could last. Professor Adam Finn.
21 December 2020

Independent. Government indecision is the UK’s greatest health threat. Professor Gabriel Scally.
20 December 2020

The Observer. How ministers made a shambles of English schools. Professor Simon Burgess.
20 December 2020

Epigram. Bristol University scientists, Marvin Rees and Thangam Debbonaire discuss the impact of COVID-19 in a ‘post truth world’ in online panel.
19 December 2020

BristolLive. New 'more traditional' coronavirus vaccine by Valneva to be trialled. Professor Adam Finn.
18 December 2020

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 21:28 in]. What is the evidence of transmission in schools and is mass testing the answer? Professor Caroline Relton.
17 December 2020

The Conversation, RTÉ. Why celebrating Christmas is good for your mental health. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
17 December 2020

HuffPost. How to tweak your Christmas plans to minimise the spread of Covid. Professor Lucy Yardley.
16 December 2020

The Guardian. Experts question idea Christmas lockdown would fuel rule-breaking. Dr Nilu Ahmed.
16 December 2020

BBC News Health. Covid Christmas risk 'hard to control'. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock
16 December 2020

The Guardian. Easing rules a big error, say experts. Professor Gabriel Scally.
16 December 2020

MailOnline. UK's Christmas is NOT cancelled as ministers 'bubbles' WILL go ahead in England. Professor Gabriel Scally.
16 December 2020

LBC News.  Assessment of what we know and where we are for celebrating Christmas? Professor Gabriel Scally.
16 December 2020

BBC News at Six [watch at 10:29 in] and News at Ten [watch at 08:58 in]. Covid risk from Christmas bubbles. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
15 December 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 04:12 in] and Late News [watch at 02:36 in]. Third new vaccine trial to be run in Bristol. Professor Adam Finn.
15 December 2020

Metro. 10 ways to keep your Christmas bubble as safe as possible. Professor Lucy Yardley.
15 December 2020

MailOnline. Mutated form of Covid has been found in Wales, Scotland, Denmark and Australia and is now spreading quicker than dominant strain that was brought to the UK from Spain via summer holidaymakers. Professor Adam Finn.
15 December 2020

10 ways to keep your Christmas bubble as safe as possible


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Belfast Telegraph. Confused by all the coronavirus rules? Here's what you can and can't do. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 December 2020

MailOnline, The Scotsman, The Independent.  It could take a year to vaccinate UK population against Covid-19. Professor Tim Cook.
15 December 2020

Financial Times. Hancock warns of new coronavirus strain. Dr Andrew Davidson.
15 December 2020

Evening Standard. Covid vaccine roll-out in London ‘taking longer than expected’. Professor Adam Finn.
15 December 2020

Financial Times. Covid rise in lockdown mobility linked to South East surge. Professor Oliver Johnson.
15 December 2020

The Guardian. The great project: how Covid changed science for ever. Professor Adam Finn.
15 December 2020

The Guardian. ‘Kamikaze’: the experts urging UK to rethink Christmas Covid rules. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 December 2020

The Guardian. England's Covid test and trace relying on inexperienced and poorly trained staff. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 December 2020

The Sun. What is the new Covid strain and will it affect the vaccine? Dr Andrew Davidson.
15 December 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:18:45 in]. What is the new vaccine mutation?  Professor Adam Finn.
15 December 2020

The Guardian. How a new Covid strain may have spread virus in south of England. Professor Richard Harris.
14 December 2020

Independent. Is the vaccine effective against the new coronavirus strain? Everything you need to know. Dr Andrew Davidson.
14 December 2020

Stuff.co.nz. Monitoring of coronavirus mutants becoming more important as vaccines introduced. Dr Andrew Davidson.
14 December 2020

The Telegraph. Covid mutation comes as a stark reminder that this disease is not beaten yet. Dr Andrew Davidson.
14 December 2020

Metro. Covid has mutated and may be behind peak in cases in London and South East. Dr Andrew Davidson.
14 December 2020

has mutated and may be behind peak in cases in London and South Eas


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14 December 2020

Covid has mutated and may be behind peak in cases in London and South East


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ITV Good Morning Britain, BristolLive. Bristol expert on Good Morning Britain shares five simple tips for keeping family safe at Christmas. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 December 2020

The Guardian. England’s Covid test and trace relying on inexperienced and poorly trained staff. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 December 2020

The Telegraph. 'Pretty high' chance of Oxford vaccine being rolled out before end of year, says lead scientist. Dr Angela Raffle.
13 December 2020

BBC News Wales. Covid-19 in Wales: Mass testing a 'waste of resources'. Dr Angela Raffle.
13 December 2020

LBC Radio. Government advice on gathering over Christmas should be ignored. Professor Gabriel Scally.
12 December 2020

BBC News 24. Is the Tier system for Covid the best correct approach to take? Professor Gabriel Scally.
11 December 2020

Bristol Post. Covid-19 Allergic reactions to jab 'not unexpected'. Professor Adam Finn.
11 December 2020

BristolLive. Three groups of people won't be given the new Covid vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
10 December 2020

Head Topics Ireland. Coronavirus: 310 more cases as school detections rise by 60%. Professor Gabriel Scally.
10 December 2020

The Herald, Daily Mirror, Zee Business, Reuters China. Precautionary warning after allergic reactions linked to Covid jab. Professor Adam Finn.
9 December 2020

BBC Radio Wales Drivetime.  Are the Covid rules in Wales too confusing and how should people behave? Dr Nilu Ahmed.
9 December 2020

Newstalk. Today is a great day as the Covid-19 vaccine immunisation programme rolls out. Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 December 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 08:40 in]. Covid-19 vaccine mass immunisation programme begins. Dr David Matthews.
8 December 2020

The Guardian. How has a Covid vaccine been developed so quickly? Professor Adam Finn.
8 December 2020

Afternoons on BBC Radio Bristol. Significance of today's Covid-19 vaccine immunisation programme. Dr David Matthews.
8 December 2020

BBC News 24. How do you persuade the majority of a population to take up covid vaccine? Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
8 December 2020

The Guardian. Put London in tier 3 Covid restrictions within 48 hours, expert says. Professor Gabriel Scally.
8 December 2020

The Sun. Who can’t have the Covid vaccine? From pregnant women to children. Professor Adam Finn.
8 December 2020

Sky News [scroll down to 06:49]. Vaccine will 'make a real difference to the future', says academic. Professor Adam Finn.
8 December 2020

ITV West Country News. Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine rolled out across West Country. Professor Adam Finn.
8 December 2020

netmums. 12 Covid-19 vaccine myths busted. Professor Adam Finn.
8 December 2020

Reuters UK, The Straits Times, bdnews24.com. Russian state employees describe pressure to join vaccine trials. Dr Jonathan Ives.
8 December 2020

The Observer. The vaccine miracle: how scientists waged the battle against Covid-19. Professor Adam Finn and Dr David Matthews.
6 December 2020

ITV West Country News. 'There are still going to be problems if people relax too soon', warns Bristol University vaccine expert. Professor Adam Finn.
4 December 2020

Independent. ‘Not fit for purpose’: Rapid Covid tests used across UK ‘failing to detect half of all cases’. Dr Angela Raffle.
4 December 2020

BBC News Health. Covid: Greater Manchester stops care home tests over accuracy fears. Dr Angela Raffle.
4 December 2020

BBC Radio 5Live Breakfast [listen at 2:38:10 in].  Public trust and confidence in the Covid-19 vaccination programme. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
4 December 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 2:26:29 in]. Accuracy of rapid covid tests. Dr Angela Raffle.
4 December 2020

Breakfast on BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 1:38:00 in]. DNR orders and use during the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr Jonathan Ives.
4 December 2020

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 17.33 in]. How accurate are rapid tests for coronavirus? Dr Angela Raffle.
3 December 2020

inews. Pfizer vaccine: Why pregnant women can’t get the Covid jab and who else might be exempt from vaccination. Professor Adam Finn.
3 December 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol City to 'educate' staff as star striker posts anti-vaccine conspiracy theories. Dr David Matthews.
3 December 2020

BBC News 24 [watch at 11.13 in]. COVID-19 vaccines and their safety and the speed they have been developed. Dr David Matthews.
3 December 2020

Breakfast on BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 1:07:10 in]. The challenges and concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine, misinformation and the public's rejection of science. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
3 December 2020

The Conversation, The Sun. Why is COVID-19 more severe in the north of England? The story in four graphs. Professor George Davey Smith.
2 December 2020

Newstalk, RTE Radio 1. Safety has not been cut short. Professor Gabriel Scally.
2 December 2020

BBC News Reality Check, Qatar Day. Vaccine rumours debunked: Microchips, 'altered DNA' and more Dr David Matthews.
2 December 2020

inews. Pfizer vaccine: UK has 'fired the starting gun' on bringing the coronavirus pandemic to an end, scientists say. Professor Adam Finn.
2 December 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 01:07 in] and Late News [watch at 02:30 in]. Significance of the coronavirus vaccine approval. Professor Adam Finn.
2 December 2020

The Conversation. Why is COVID-19 more severe in the north of England? The story in four graphs. Professor George Davey Smith.
2 December 2020

Afternoons on BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 3:30:53 in]. People shouldn't be alarmed how quickly the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine has been approved. Dr David Matthews.
2 December 2020

BBC Radio 4 World at One [listen at 39:38 in]. What can the government do to prevent fake news about the COVID-19 vaccine? Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
2 December 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 2:48:52 in], BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast.  How do we explain, reassure and ensure people have the COVID-19 vaccine? Professor Adam Finn.
2 December 2020

November 2020

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 01:08 in]. Logistical challenges of immunising the UK against COVID-19. Professor Adam Finn.
30 November 2020

BBC Radio 4 PM [listen at in 33:05 in].University mass testing roll out. Professor Sarah Purdy.
30 November 2020

BBC Radio 4. For the sake of our wellbeing, should we give Christmas a miss? Professor Gabriel Scally.
30 November 2020

MailOnline, Mirror, The Sun. SAGE scientist says people should spend less than 15 minutes in shops. Professor Lucy Yardley.
29 November 2020

Sky News. Interim findings from study about bereavement during Covid-19 pandemic. Dr Lucy Selman.
28 November 2020

The Guardian. Angry Tory MPs turn on Gove after ‘overwhelmed NHS’ claims. Dr David Matthews.
28 November 2020

The Guardian. Different age groups may get different Covid vaccines, experts say. Professor Adam Finn.
27 November 2020

The Guardian, ITV News at Ten, ITV News. UK's 2.6m Covid bereaved suffer heightened grief, finds study. Dr Lucy Selman.
26 November 2020

Reaction. UK's poor pandemic response has been shaped by a lack of specific expertise about coronaviruses. Dr David Matthews.
26 November 2020

The Guardian. Scientists ask to see evidence behind relaxing UK's Christmas Covid rules. Professor Gabriel Scally.
26 November 2020

CNN Health, Nouvelles du mond. Young people's anxiety levels nearly doubled during first Covid-19 lockdown, study says. Drs Alex Kwong and Rebecca Pearson.
26 November 2020

HuffPost. 9 ways to make your 'Christmas bubble' as safe as possible. Professor Lucy Yardley.
26 November 2020

The Guardian. Coronavirus: tips for a safer Christmas. Professor Lucy Yardley and Professor Gabriel Scally.
25 November 2020

BBC Science Focus Magazine. COVID-19 vaccine UK: Everything you need to know about the new coronavirus jabs. Dr David Mathews.
25 November 2020

Huffington Post. Why we will still need mass testing even when there's a vaccine. Dr Angela Raffle.
25 November 2020

Evening Standard. HospoDemo: Second protest announced as hospitality industry demands fairer treatment. Professor Lucy Yardley.
25 November 2020

Bristol Live. The 'long-lasting' impact of coronavirus in one of Bristol's most deprived neighbourhoods.
24 November 2020

Independent, Coronavirus: Homes could be riskier than pubs for spreading virus, Sage scientist warns. Professor Lucy Yardley.
24 November 2020

The Sun. How to have a safe Christmas with family – and reduce the risk of coronavirus. Professor Lucy Yardley and Professor Gabriel Scally.
24 November 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:33:24 in]. What is the messaging to keep people safe over Christmas and during winter. Professor Lucy Yardley.
24 November 202

Huffington Post, Yahoo! Canada. Pub Closing Times: Will The New 11pm Rule Make A Difference? Professor Gabriel Scally.
24 November 2020

The Telegraph. How the Government's mass Covid testing plan will work. Dsr Jessica Watson and Penny Whiting.
24 November 2020

Women's Health, MSN UK, Yahoo! Style. So, Can Every Tier Go Back to the Gym When Lockdown Lifts? Dr Nilu Ahmed.
24 November 2020

Daily Mail, MSN UK. Fears that having a general anaesthetic can spread Covid-19 have led to a massive backlog of cases... but now the NHS is trialling a radical new approach. Professor Tony Pickering.
24 November 2020

BBC News Reality Check. The coronavirus pandemic 'Great Reset' theory and a false vaccine claim debunked. Dr David Matthews.
23 November 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 1:30 in], BBC Points West Late News [watch at 0:10 in]. The significance of the Oxford vaccine results announced today. Professor Adam Finn.
23 November 2020

BBC News 24. Has the current lockdown achieve what was hoped? Professor Gabriel Scally.
23 November 2020

New Scientist. Covid-19 news: UK on track to start vaccine roll-out in December. Professor Athimalaipet Ramanan.
23 November 2020

Sky News. COVID-19: Oxford vaccine is up to 90% effective in preventing coronavirus, tests show. Professor Adam Finn.
23 November 2020

The Independent. Travel quarantine to be cut from two week to five days - with a quick test. Professor Adam Finn.
23 November 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 52:30 in]. Potential big changes to Covid testing. Professor Adam Finn.
23 November 2020

The Guardian. Is this the beginning of an mRNA vaccine revolution? Professor Adam Finn.
22 November 2020

The Guardian. Can’t visit the dentist? Here’s how to take better care of your teeth. Professor Martin Addy.
22 November 2020

South Morning China Post. Coronavirus pandemic is a chance to use technology to reboot our education system. Marina Watt.
22 November 2020

The Telegraph. Fast, accurate tests would have saved the season. Professor Gabriel Scally.
22 November 2020

Mail Online. UK records 341 new Covid hospital deaths – down 121 on last Saturday – as new daily infections plummet by more than a QUARTER to 19,875. Professor Gabriel Scally.
21 November 2020

BBC News 24. Assessment of the UK's test and trace, six months after Boris Johnson announced the UK would have a 'world-beating system'. Professor Gabriel Scally.
20 November 2020

The Guardian. The cost of Christmas: Boris Johnson faces dilemma on Covid rules. Professor Gabriel Scally.
20 November 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol professor says coronavirus vaccine roll-out should not just focus on age. Professor Gabriel Scally.
20 November 2020

The Sun. Ministers vow not to be ‘the Grinch that stole Christmas’ but hopes fade of spending New Year with family. Professor Gabriel Scally.
19 November 2020

BBC Two. Lockdown 1.0: Following the science? Dr David Matthews and Professor Gabriel Scally.
19 November 2020

The Telegraph [behind a paywall]. Lockdown 1.0: Following the Science?, review: the Covid-19 inquiry can't come soon enough. Dr David Matthews.
19 November 2020

The Guardian. The mystery of Bristol's soaring Covid-19 infection rate. Professor Caroline Relton.
19 November 2020

Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph [behind a login], Huffington Post, BBC Radio 5 Live [listen at 50:38 in]. How closely did ministers follow the science at the start of the coronavirus pandemic? Dr David Matthews.
19 November 2020

The Guardian, Daily Mail, ITV Good Morning Britain, Mirror, LBC, Metro, Christmas covid lockdown: Family gatherings will 'throw fuel on fire'. Professor Gabriel Scally.
19 November 2020

The Statesman. Why Covid-19 vaccines offer cause for hope and concern. Professor Adam Finn.
19 November 2020

BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast [listen at 1:09:08 in]. How difficult will it be for people to think about having a different Christmas this year? Dr Nilu Ahmed.
19 November 2020

BBC Radio 4 PM [listen at 08:00 in]. Can we start to work out what the level of covid infection will be by December 2? Professor Oliver Johnson.
18 November 2020

The National. False negatives and positives: How accurate are PCR tests for Covid-19? Dr Angela Raffle.
18 November 2020

The Guardian. Medics' advice 'Toughen rules to avoid NHS being overrun' after lockdown. Professor Gabriel Scally.
18 November 2020

Reuters. Fact check: Lung tissue of an ‘aborted male foetus’ is not in the vaccine for coronavirus. Dr David Matthews.
17 November 2020

MSN News. Can mouthwash kill Covid? Why the ‘promising’ trial results don’t mean that Dentyl is an unlikely cure. Professor Martin Addy.
17 November 2020

The Guardian, MSN News. Prepare for a low-key Christmas, England Covid experts warn. Professor Gabriel Scally.
17 November 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 15:50 in]. Growing confidence that vaccines could help end the pandemic. Professor Adam Finn.
16 November 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 03:16 in]. Compliance during the second covid lockdown. Dr Nilu Ahmed.
16 November 2020

The Guardian, Evening Standard. Operation Moonshot 'like building Channel tunnel without civil engineers'. Dr Angela Raffle.
16 November 2020

Daily Mail, Huffington Post, ITV News. 6,000 UK participants sought for Covid-19 final-stage vaccine trial. Professor Adam Finn.
16 November 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol residents wanted for second Covid vaccine trial. Professor Adam Finn.
16 November 2020

The Herald. 'Don't demonise singing' - Sturgeon urged to allow children to take part in music lessons like in England. Professor Jonathan Reid.
14 November 2020

BBC News Online Health, The Sun, Daily Mail. Children more likely to be infected in second wave. Dr Sarah Lewis.
13 November 2020

The Guardian. Covid deaths for people with learning disability in England six times average. Professor Pauline Heslop.
12 November 2020

ITV Good Morning Britain. Should covid vaccine be mandatory? Professor Gabriel Scally.
11 November 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:09:00 in], BBC live news online [read at 9.32], The Guardian. Mass Covid testing will allow students to return home for Christmas. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
11 November 2020

BBC News Online. 'Children of the 90s' study highlights wider Covid transmission in young. Professor Nic Timpson.
11 November 2020

Bristol Live. People in their 20s twice as likely to have had Covid-19 than their parents. Professor Nic Timpson.
11 November 2020

BBC News at Ten [watch at 01:29 in]. Covid-19 vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
10 November 2020

BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 11:09 in] and Late News. How many people are catching COVID-19? Professor Nic Timpson.
10 November 2020

The Telegraph. How past vaccines changed the world – and what their rollout tells us about the challenges ahead. Professor Gareth Williams.
10 November 2020

The Guardian. Will enough people in the UK take the Covid-19 jab? Professor Stephan Lewandowsky
10 November 2020

The Sun. How millions could be waiting until next SUMMER for Pfizer Covid vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
10 November 2020

BBC News Online, The Guardian live news. Covid vaccine: NHS ready for Pfizer roll-out, says Matt Hancock. Professor Adam Finn.
10 November 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol anti-lockdown marchers set to ignore police warning of £10k fines. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
10 November 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:09:25 in], BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast [listen at 1:38:11 in]. The Pfizer covid vaccine - a reason to hope. Professor Adam Finn.
10 November 2020

The Telegraph. Covid-19 tests: What you need to know about booking and waiting for results.
10 November 2020

BBC News Wales. Covid: As cases rise, how good is Wales' contact tracing? Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 November 2020

The Spectator, Daily Mail, Daily Star. Is the cost of another lockdown too high? Professor Philip Thomas.
8 November 2020

Bristol Live. What's the latest on Bristol's very own coronavirus vaccine? Professors Adam Finn, Imre Berger and Christiane Schaffitzel.
7 November 2020

Express. Tice vows Remainers will join Brexit Party in bid to force Boris to change COVID strategy. Dr Angela Raffle.
7 November 2020

Metro. Liverpool testing pilot could be ‘expensive mess that does more harm than good’. Dr Angela Raffle.
6 November 2020

Liverpool testing pilot could be ‘expensive mess that does more harm than good’


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The National. Boris Johnson insists English lockdown will prevent spread of Covid. Professor Adam Finn.
6 November 2020

MSN Australia, Daily Mirror. Coronavirus: UK government should pay people to get the Covid vaccine, expert claims. Professor Adam Finn.
6 November 2020

Malay Mail, The Star Malaysia. Vietnam opts for containment over 'high risk' rush for costly vaccine.
6 November 2020

The Telegraph. Covid-19 vaccine: When will a coronavirus jab be ready in the UK? Dr David Matthews.
4 November 2020

i News. The second wave of coronavirus should not cause as much hardship as the first. Professor Oliver Johnson.
4 November 2020

BBC Radio 4 World at One [listen at 18:15 in]. How can people across the country be persuaded to get tested and self-isolate? Professor Lucy Yardley.
3 November 2020

Independent. Coronavirus: Boris Johnson under fire for claiming UK 'has a system of mass testing' when trial yet to start. Professor Gabriel Scally.
3 November 2020

Daily Express. Coronavirus vaccine breakthrough as 'NHS to be put on standby for December rollout'. Dr David Matthews.
3 November 2020

Financial Times. The UK’s second wave of coronavirus may not be worse than the first. Professor Oliver Johnson.
3 November 2020

RISE UP Breakfast Ujima radio [listen at 1:41:48 in]. Government lockdown, comparision between COVID and flu and vaccines. Professor Adam Finn.
3 November

Bristol Live. 12 good things that have happened in Bristol this year. Drs David Matthews and Andrew Davidson.
2 November 2020

Breakfast on BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 2:37:55 in]. Independent analysis of the Oxford COVID-19 vaccine. Dr David Matthews.
2 November 2020

MailOnline, The London Economic. Use trial drugs on all seriously-ill coronavirus patients in hospital - Blair. Professor Adam Finn.
2 November 2020

Daily Express. Coronavirus breakthrough? UK confirms accelerated review into leading AstraZeneca drug. Dr David Matthews.
1 November 2020

BBC Politics West [watch at 01:20 in], BBC Points West - Evening News [watch at 03:30 in], BBC Points West - Late News [watch at 01:20 in].  The second lockdown. Professor Gabriel Scally.
1 November 2020

The Telegraph. Covid-19 vaccine: When will a coronavirus jab be ready in the UK? Professor Pete Cullen, Drs Yohei Yamauchi and Boris Simonetti.
1 November 2020

MailOnline. Boris Johnson signals 'immediate prospect' of 10-minute 'rapid turnaround' Covid tests as he promises massive expansion in coronavirus screening.
1 November 2020

Epigram. Study investigates inequality in COVID-19 bereavement support for BAME families. Dr Lucy Selman.
1 November 2020

Wall Street Journal [behind a paywall]. Europe aims to emerge smarter from latest lockdowns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
1 November 2020

October 2020

New Statesman. Why scientists fear the "toxic" Covid-19 debate. Professor George Davey Smith.
31 October 2020

The Guardian. Children in poorer areas of England missing more schooling – study. Professor Simon Burgess.
30 October 2020

ITV News West Country. Social isolation makes dealing with grief harder than ever, new Bristol University study finds. Dr Lucy Selman.
30 October 2020

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 07:15 in]. Divide between testing capacity and testing regime? Professor Gabriel Scally.
30 October 2020

The Sydney Morning Herald. 'Overwhelmed': Germany, France return to lockdown as virus cases soar in Europe. Professor Oliver Johnson.
29 October 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol professor says we need circuit-breaker lockdown now to control coronavirus in time for Christmas. Professor Gabriel Scally.
29 October 2020

Independent. Tough action needed now to give Boris Johnson option of lockdown ‘amnesty’ at Christmas. Professor Gabriel Scally.
29 October 2020

Sky News. Coronavirus rules in England aren't working, scientists say - with 96,000 a day getting COVID. Professor Helen Lambert.
29 October 2020

Sky News. England should have a circuit-breaker lockdown 'as soon as possible for at least two weeks. Professor Gabriel Scally.
28 October 2020

BBC news online. Bristol grief festival to examine bereavement by Covid. Dr Lucy Selman.
28 October 2020

Sky News. UK only buying enough vaccines to protect the most vulnerable. Professor Adam Finn.
28 October 2020

BBC Morning Live. How to manage rising anxieties during COVID. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
27 October 2020

Heart Bristol. Immunity from coronavirus. Professor Gabriel Scally.
27 October 2020

The Guardian. Survey uncovers widespread belief in 'dangerous' Covid conspiracy theories. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
26 October 2020

The National Interest. New discoveries about this protein could speed COVID-19 vaccine research. Professor Pete Cullen, Drs Yohei Yamauchi and Boris Simonetti.
26 October 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol children needed to take part in new Covid-19 study. Dr Marion Roderick.
26 October 2020

Times Radio.  The human and financial cost of lockdown. Professor Philip Thomas.
26 October 2020

Daily Express. Signs of a vaccine should be a source of hope and pride. Dr David Matthews.
26 October 2020

i News. NHS staff put on standby for Covid-19 vaccine scheme 'in weeks' as jab safety stamp imminent. Professor Adam Finn.
25 October 2020

The Observer, Arab News. Rush for results could lead to inferior Covid vaccine, say scientists. Professor Adam Finn.
25 October 2020

Sunday Telegraph. So if we get a coronavirus, what happens next? Dr David Matthews.
25 October 2020

The Spectator. The path between herd immunity and lockdown. Professor Philip Thomas.
24 October 2020

Sky News, The Telegraph, Daily Mirror, Arab News, Daily Mail, Express, Reuters, Metro. The Times [behind a paywall], Yahoo News!, LBC News, New York Times Post, IB Times Singapore, The Brussels Times, Washington Time, Heart radio, National Post, The Sun, Gulf Daily News, Capital FM, Epigram. Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine 'behaves as desired', analysis finds. Dr David Matthews.
22 October 2020

The Telegraph. Scientists studying how coronavirus spreads. Professor Pete Cullen, Drs Yohei Yamauchi and Boris Simonetti.
22 October 2020

Independent, Epigram. Scientists identify human protein ‘which makes Covid highly infectious’. Professor Pete Cullen, Drs Yohei Yamauchi and Boris Simonetti.
21 October 2020

Bristol Post. 'Major breakthrough' in search for coronavirus treatment. Professor Pete Cullen, Drs Yohei Yamauchi and Boris Simonetti.
20 October 2020

The Times. Britain’s second Covid wave is more of a ripple — but still a threat. Professor Oliver Johnson.
20 October 2020

Independent. Can brushing your teeth regularly help prevent the spread of Covid-19? Professor Martin Addy.
20 October 2020

Financial Times. Scientists throw old drugs and new at novel virus. Professor Jonathan Sterne.
19 October 2020

Telegraph, Mirror, Daily Mail, Extra toothbrushing could help protect against coronavirus, dentist claims. Professor Martin Addy.
19 October 2020

Daily Express. Gordon Brown blasts Boris Johnson demanding 1.5 million new jobs amid coronavirus pandemic. Professor Paul Gregg.
19 October 2020

Daily Mail. Backlash as police get test and trace data. Professor Lucy Yardley.
19 October 2020

BBC1 The Andrew Marr Show [watch at 25:18 in]. Are people following COVID rules or being complacent? Professor Lucy Yarley.
18 October 2020

BristolLive. Bristol University professor fears people will be 'afraid' to report coronavirus symptoms due to huge fines. Professor Lucy Yardley.
18 October 2020

The Guardian. Covid-19 rates: Can London be different from other regions? Professor Richard Harris.
16 October 2020

BBC Points West Evening News. Long Covid: what is known about the condition? Dr David Arnold.
16 October 2020

Independent. Calls to stop people from UK hotspots visiting Northern Ireland. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 October 2020

Independent. Scientists warn new restrictions 'not enough' to tackle Northern Ireland's second wave. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 October 2020

The Irish News. It looks like testing and tracking in Northern Ireland is not being done properly. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 October 2020

Daily Mail. Government plans to get students home for Christmas by forcing universities into two week lockdown in December will INCREASE Covid infections, experts warn. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
15 October 2020

The Guardian. Pre-Christmas Covid lockdown for students 'may come too late'. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
15 October 2020

i news. University lockdown for two weeks before Christmas 'too late' to halt spread of Covid, scientist warns. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
15 October 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:50:26 in]. Coronavirus transmission amongst university students and plans for them to go home for Christmas. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock
15 October 2020

The Irish News. Coronavirus and vaccination: Why a flu jab could also protect you against Covid. Dr Rupert Payne.
15 October 2020

Good Morning Britain. Do we need a 'circuit breaker' lockdown? Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 October 2020

Harpers Bazaar. Are gyms set to close? What could happen under the 'three tier' system. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
14 October 2020

ITV News. Decision not to adopt Sage advice put UK 'three weeks behind' in Covid fight, member says. Professor Lucy Yardley.
13 October 2020

New York Post. COVID-19 victims' autopsies detect virus in eyeballs. Dr Denize Atan.
13 October 2020

Belfast Telegraph. How NI has taken a massive step backwards in Covid fight after nearly beating the virus. Professor Gabriel Scally.
13 October 2020

The Guardian. England's three-tier system is an admission of failure. Professor Gabriel Scally.
12 October 2020

Bristol 24/7. Grief festvial to take place online. Dr Lucy Selman.
12 October 2020

The Guardian. Fears grow student Covid infections will spread into local areas in England and Wales. Professor Gabriel Scally.
12 October 2020

MailOnline. Risk of coronavirus death in hospital is FALLING: Treatment helps intensive care fatalities drop to 20%, new figures reveal.
12 October 2020

Daily Mirror. Hydrocortisone is as good as dexamethasone for treating Covid. Professor Jonathan Sterne.
12 October 2020

The Guardian. 'Not ordinary grief': bereavement festival attracts thousands. Dr Lucy Selman.
11 October 2020

MailOnline. One million finger-prick blood tests bought by the Government to diagnose Covid-19 within 20 minutes are 'not yet proven to work', safety watchdog warns. Dr Hayley Jones.
10 October 2020

The Irish Times. Postponing drastic Covid-19 action is a grave mistake. Professor Gabriel Scally.
10 October 2020

The Telegraph. Women shoulder burden of Covid's childcare crisis. Professor Sarah Smith.
10 October 2020

Bristol Live. The Bristol Cool List 2020: The city's 41 coolest people right now. Professor Christiane Schaffitzel.
10 October 2020

The Telegraph. Over 65s exercising more than before lockdown, UCL study finds. Dr Charlie Foster.
10 October 2020

Independent. Regional restrictions are not having desired effect. Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 October 2020

Time Radio. How scientists are trying to learn more about COVID-19 and the answer may well be in the patient's immune response to this virus. Dr David Arnold.
8 Ocotber 2020

BBC News [watch at 10:26 in], BBC News at One [watch at 14:00 in], BBC Radio 4 Six O'Clcok News [listed at 18:18 in], BBC World Service Radio, BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 00:55 in] and BBC Points West Late News [watch at 00:11 in]. How infectious are COVID-19 particles when they are circulating in the air? Professor Jonathan Reid and Dr Allen Haddrell.
7 October 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: 'Children of the 90s' team to study exposure in young people. Professor Nic Timpson.
7 October 2020

Independent and Medscape. Government buys one million antibody tests despite 'lack of evidence' of accuracy. Dr Hayley Jones.
7 October 2020

Daily Mail. Downing Street plays down impact of Roche supply chain issue on Covid testing. Professor Xiaojun Wang.
7 October 2020

Independent. What could a 'circuit-breaker' lockdown look like? Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
6 October 2020

Mirror. Coronavirus vaccine may be ready by the end of 2020, World Health Organisation says. Professor Adam Finn.
6 October 2020

Bristol Live. University of Bristol joins major £4m study in race for coronavirus vaccine. Drs Andrew Davidson and David Matthews.
6 October 2020

Yahoo! news. Coronavirus vaccine 'should be given to elderly first', government advisor says. Professor Adam Finn.
6 October 2020

The Guardian, AFP, Irish News, The Herald, The Times. Covid: unnecessary precautions causing NHS surgery backlog. Professors Tony Pickering and Jonathan Reid.
6 October 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 2:40:03 in]. Who should should get a coronavirus vaccination?  Professor Adam Finn.
6 October 2020

Financial Times. Probe launched into test and trace system failure. Professor Oliver Johnson
6 October 2020

MSN news. Health Secretary Matt Hancock says changes to national and local lockdowns are coming. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
6 October 2020

Times Radio. Current track and trace system is failing badly. Professor Gabriel Scally.
5 October 2020

BBC Radio Bristol, ITV Westcountry news. 5,000 participants of Children of the 90s will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies. Professor Nic Timpson.
5 October 2020

The Sunday Times.  We can shut the door on one fear: touching the handle probably won't infect you. Dr Daniel Lawson.
4 October 2020

The Telegraph. Drug Trump is taking only works on serious Covid-19 cases, says professor who led Oxford trial. Professor Jonathan Sterne.
4 October 2020

The Jerusalem Post. British study looks to inform on how to safely return to prayer. Professor Jonathan Reid.
4 October 2020

Sky News. Record number of new daily cases of coronavirus has been recorded in the UK. Professor Gabriel Scally.
4 October 2020

newstalk. Ireland now needs a co-ordinated coronavirus response 'across the whole island'. Professor Gabriel Scally.
4 October 2020

The Telegraph. Fears wet weather could fuel Covid-19 spread, as Storm Alex lashes Britain. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
2 October 2020

The Conversation. Why are coronavirus rates rising in some areas of England and not others? Professor George Davey Smith.
1 October 2020

The Daily Mail. Is the weather to blame for Britain's North-South Covid-19 divide? Professor Richard Harris.
1 October 2020

The Spectator. Why the north-west Covid spike is alarming. Professor Oliver Johnson.
1 October 2020

BBC News Health. Growth in cases may be slowing in England. Professor Oliver Johnson.
1 October 2020

September 2020

BBC News. Why is there, according to research, a substantial proportion of people who are quite prepared to just ignore the rules. Professor Lucy Yardley.
30 September 2020

Sky News. Latest measures and statistics in the fight against coronavirus. Professor Lucy Yardley.
30 September 2020

Channel 5 News. What we need to do about COVID-19 comes down to two things. Professor Gabriel Scally.
30 September 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 1:37:00 in]. Are people following the COVID guidance? Professor Lucy Yardley.
30 September 2020

The Telegraph. Boris Johnson says 'we won't throw in the sponge' amid 'clear local peaks'. Professor Lucy Yardley.
29 September 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol professor adds to doubts about 10pm pub curfew. Professor Gabriel Scally.
29 September 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 1:17:48 in], BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast. Covid-19 tests that give results in minutes to be rolled out across world. Professor Adam Finn.
29 September 2020

The Times. Middle-class trips and social events pushing up cases. Dr Daniel Lawson.
29 September 2020

BBC2 Newsnight [watch at 05:10 in]. Who should decide our COVID restrictions, the Goverment, Parliament or scientists?  Professor Gabriel Scally.
28 September 2020

The Independent, Metro. Infection rates are rising 'primarily' in affluent areas. Dr Daniel Lawson.
28 September 2020

Daily Telegraph. Singing and dancing now illegal in pubs, with landlords facing £10,000 fines. Professor Jonathan Reid.
28 September 2020

New Scientist. Covid-19 news: Travel abroad linked to positive test rate in England. Dr Daniel Lawson.
28 September 2020

The Telegraph. Covid-19 tests: What you need to know about booking and waiting for results.
28 September 2020

Bristol Live. Anti-maskers spray 'disturbing' graffiti on pavements at Bristol park. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
28 September 2020

Sky News. NHS test and trace app. Professor Gabriel Scally.
28 September 2020

Belfast Telegraph. Students 'need clarity' over staying on campus. Professor Gabriel Scally.
28 September 2020

The Herald. A third wave of Covid is 'entirely possible'.
28 September 2020

BBC Radio 5 Live Stephen Nolan programme [listen at 20:32 in]. Vaccine or not.  WHO suggest 1 million more deaths from COVID. Professor Gabriel Scally.
26 September 2020

Arab News. UK scientists to test extent of airborne COVID-19 transmission. Professor Jonathan Reid.
26 September 2020

BBC News Reality Check. Coronavirus infection: Is there a North-South divide in England? Professor Richard Harris.
25 September 2020

Daily Mail. Are London's Covid-19 hotspots linked by the underground? Dr Saffron Karlsen.
25 September 2020

The Guardian. UK scientists begin study of how long Covid can survive in the air. Professor Jonathan Reid and Dr Allen Haddrell.
25 September 2020

New Scientist. Covid-19 news: Infection rate in England rises to one in 500 people. Dr Daniel Lawson.
24 September 2020

Spectator Australia. Could we see Covid anti-virals before a vaccine? Professors Imre Berger and Christiane Schaffitzel.
24 September 2020

New York Times Post, MSN News, Daily Express. Boris Johnson admits coronavirus outbreak could be doubling every 20 days. Dr Daniel Lawson.
23 September 2020

Metro. People are 'far less likely' to follow lockdown rules a second time.  Dr Nilu Ahmed.
23 September 2020

Racounteur. Can "citizen scientists" help change medicine forever? Professor Nic Timpson.
22 September 2020

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The Naked Scientists. Coronavirus: any science behind rule of six? Professor Gabriel Scally.
22 September 2020

HuffPost. Will a curfew work? Here's what scientists think. Dr Nilu Ahmed.
22 September 2020

i News, Irish Mirror, Evening Standard, MailOnline, BristolLive, BBC Points West evening news [watch at 12.20 in], Forbes, Fortune, The Spectator, Daily Express, Epigram, Daily Mirror. 'Druggable pocket' could be used to halt virus. Professors Imre Berger and Christiane Schaffitzel.
22 September 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: Schools given permission to sing again. Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 September 2020

New Scientist, Daily Telegraph, The Guardian. Can the UK avoid 50,000 Covid-19 cases a day? Dr Daniel Lawson.
21 September 2020

The Guardian Letters. Is Covid’s end closer than we think? Professor Moin Saleem.
18 September 2020

Vox. The new Covid-19 case surge in Europe, explained. Professor Oliver Johnson.
18 September 2020.

New Scientist. Covid-19: New cases in England up 167% since August. Dr Daniel Lawson.
18 September 2020

BBC Radio 4. Interview about increasing cases of Covid-19 in England. Professor Oliver Johnson.
17 September 2020

Yahoo! News. Coronavirus cases top 3,000 again amid fears true number could be higher. Dr Daniel Lawson.
17 September 2020

HuffPost, Yahoo! News. How Coronavirus curfews will work. Dr Nilu Ahmed.
17 September 2020

The Times. Coronavirus test delays: Half of infected people waiting at least three days for result. Professor Oliver Johnson.
17 September 2020

BBC Radio 5 Live Drive [listen from 2:15:52 - 2:20:36]. Are the public likely to follow the new Government rule of six? Dr Nilu Ahmed. 
16 September

The Conversation. Will the UK’s sharia councils struggle to meet the challenge of Covid divorces? Fouzia Azzouz.
16 September 2020

Financial Times. UK universities see record admissions, despite the pandemic. Dr Erik Lithander.
15 September 2020

Newstalk. New COVID plan in Ireland announced. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 September 2020

The Guardian. Working from home could be keeping Covid-19 at bay – for proof, look at London. Professor Richard Harris.
15 September 2020

Sky News. Breaching international law over Brexit 'will risk public confidence in COVID rules', PM warned. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 September 2020

Bristol Post. Bristol professor on GMB calls for 'complete revamp' of coronavirus testing. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 September 2020

The Observer. Nervous students return to Bristol University: ‘For the sake of my studies I need to’.
13 September 2020

BBC One Sunday Politics South West. The impact of COVID during autumn. Professor Gabriel Scally.
13 September 2020

TES. Breaking promises on campus reopening is the least bad option. Professor Richard Watermeyer.
13 September 2020

Wired. The big problem with Operation Moonshot? False positives. Dr Angela Raffle.
12 September 2020

Daily MailLe FigaroSky News ArabiaThe Jakarta PostLa NationIndia TodayBangkok PostPulse Nigeria. Infection lower in ICU staff than other healthcare workers. Professor Tim Cook.
11 September 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen from 2:29:18 in].  Mass testing and Operation Moonshot.  Professor Adam Finn.
11 September 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen from 36:15 - 40:42], BBC Breakfast, Times Educational SupplementBBC online newsBBC News [watch at 37:37 in], BBC News at Six [watch at 18:34 in], BBC Points West Evening News [watch at 07:46 in], Bristol LiveITV News. Major study launched to map Covid infection in schools. Professor Caroline Relton.
11 September 2020

Daily Mirror. New coronavirus surge is very different to March - but we should still be very worried. Professor Jonathan Sterne.
10 September. 

The GuardianDaily MailYahoo! NewsAol UK. NHS Test & Trace failing to reach nearly a third of contacts at risk of having coronavirus with record low 69% success rate last week. Dr Daniel Lawson.
10 September 2020

Daily Telegraph. Revealed: the 'fast' Covid saliva tests that could open up work, travel, sport and theatres.
10 September 2020

BBC News. Coronavirus: How to get a covid test
10 September 2020

Daily Telegraph. Cambridge University to test students every week even if they show no symptoms. Emeritus Professor Hugh Pemberton.
9 September 2020

Good Morning Britain. Banning gatherings of more than six might help cap the spread of the virus but it won’t solve the big problems. Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 September 2020

The Independent. 'The UK is going along the same lines': France and Spain spark concern of second wave as Britain watches on. Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 September 2020

The Guardian. Covid risks making society more unequal than since early Victorian times. Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 September 2020

The Spectator. Are we really seeing a second European spike? Professor Oliver Johnson.
8 September 2020

Daily Mail. Ibuprofen does not increase risk of serious illness or death from Covid-19, study finds as scientists say there is 'no reason' people with the virus shouldn't take the painkiller. Dr Rupert Payne.
8 September 2020

PoliticsHome.com. The Environment Secretary says another lockdown would be an "absolute last resort", despite a surge in Covid-19 cases. Professor Gabriel Scally.
7 September 2020

Raconteur. Are universities still fit for purpose? Professor Tansy Jessop.
7 September 2020

The GuardianIndependent. Coronavirus: fears UK government has lost control as Covid cases soar. Professor Gabriel Scally.
7 September 2020

The Observer. As other cities go into lockdown, why isn’t London having a second wave? Professor Richard Harris.
6 September 2020

Sky news. Labour joins calls for airport testing to minimise quarantine policy and help travel industry. Professor Gabriel Scally.
6 September 2020

Sky news. Bereavement during COVID-19. Dr Lucy Selman.
5 September 2020

The ObserverEvening Standard. Covid-19 'could be endemic in deprived parts of England'. Professor Gabriel Scally.
5 September 2020

The GuardianYahoo! News. How many people in England have COVID-19. Professor Oliver Johnson.
4 September 2020.

BBC Points West Evening News. Advice on helping children get used to being back at school. Dr Dan O'Hare.
3 September 2020.

CNN International, Channel 4 News, BBC World News, New ScientistSky NewsBBC NewsFinancial Times. Analysis of seven trials finds corticosteroids reduce risk of death by 20 per cent in critically ill COVID-19 patients. Professor Jonathan Sterne.
2 September 2020.

BBC News Family & Education. Parents get advice for first-day nerves at school. Dr Dan O'Hare.
2 September 2020.

The Times Higher Education Supplement. Will Covid-19 change the scientific method long term? Professor Marcus Munafo.
1 September 2020.

August 2020

The Observer. UK university reopenings risk 'public health crisis', academics warn. Professor Gabriel Scally.
29 August 2020.

Daily Mail. Driving the economy into recession is killing more people than COVID ever could. Professor Philip Thomas.
29 August 2020.

The Guardian. For many teenagers, lockdown has been a lesson in wellbeing. Emily Widnall.
29 August 2020.

CNN Health. 'Reassuring' study finds children have small risk of death and severe illness from coronavirus. Professor Athimalaipet Ramanan.
28 August 2020.

TalkRADIO. How much will our lives change permanently in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic? Professor Bruce Hood.
27 August 2020. 

BBC Points West late news [watch at 02:47 in]. Face masks: should schoolchildren wear them? Professor Adam Finn.
26 August 2020

Daily Telegraph. School masks: face coverings could damage children's speech development, warn scientists. Dr Yvonne Wren.
26 August 2020

The Conversation. Back to school does not necessarily mean back to work for mothers. Professor Sarah Smith.
26 August 2020

TES. Coronavirus: The infection hotspots in schools revealed. Professor Jonathan Reid.
26 August 2020

The New York Times. Opinion: A vaccine that stops Covid-19 won’t be enough. Professor Adam Finn.
24 August 2020

BBC Bitesize. Are viruses alive? And other virus-related questions. Dr Bronwen Burton.
24 August 2020

Huffington Post. How To Talk To Your Kids About The Return to School. Dr Dan O'Hare.
24 August 2020

BBC News online, Reddit, Metro, Daily Mail, BBC Radio 4 Today programme, Sky News, The Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian [read at 08:49 in], Bristol 24/7, The Conversation, Evening Standard, BBC R5 Live Drive. Teens' anxiety levels dropped during pandemic, study finds. Emily Widnall.
24 August 2020

Spectator. Rejoice for the return of the church choir. Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 August 2020

The Observer. England's anti-obesity fight 'at risk' after Matt Hancock closes health agency. Professor Gabriel Scally.
22 August 2020

Metro, The Sun, Evening Standard, iNews.  Warning UK could go into second lockdown as R rate rises. Professor Oliver Johnson.
22 August 2020

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BBC News Health, The Guardian, BBC News at Six and Ten, The Times, The Independent, The Telegraph, Classic FM, Reuters UK, The Stage, DJ Mag, Rolling Stone Brazil, NME, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC World Service Radio, Yahoo! news, Daily Mail, NY Times Post, BBC Radio Bristol, The Sun, New York Times, Fox 5 NY. Singing 'no riskier than talking' for virus spread. Professor Jonathan Reid.
20 August 2020

The Independent. Coronavirus patients still suffering from complications three months later. Dr David Arnold.
20 August 2020

Huffington Post UK. You're wearing a mask every time you use a public toilet, right? Dr Bryan Bzdek.
19 August 2020

The Times, The Independent, Yahoo! news, MSN News. Matt Hancock rules out making facemasks in offices compulsory. Professor Adam Finn.
19 August 2020

Sky news at Nine. Public Health England to be axed and replaced with a new agency. Professor Gabriel Scally.
18 August 2020

newstalk. Ireland taking 'age-related apartheid approach" to COVID-19. Professor Gabriel Scally.
18 August 2020

Highland Radio. Still not enough North South cooperation in Covid battle. Professor Gabriel Scally.
18 August 2020

Daily Telegraph, Daily MailThe Sun, Stats Globe, New Zealand Herald. COVID-19 could cause Type One diabetes in children, scientists warn. Professor Julian Hamilton Shield.
17 August 2020

The Irish Sun, Irish Mirror. Dr Gabriel Scally calls for emergency legislation to prevent ‘reckless’ behaviour that’s aiding spread of COVID-19. Professor Gabriel Scally.
17 August 2020

BBC Science Focus Magazine. Government advisors see ‘early indications’ that COVID-19 growth rate is increasing. Dr Daniel Lawson.
17 August 2020

Sky News. Public Health England set to be scrapped. Professor Gabriel Scally.
16 August 2020

Da Nang Today, Talk Vietnam. Made-in-Vietnam Covid-19 vaccine set for human trials in October. Professor Imre Berger.
16 August 2020

BBC Radio Bristol. COVID-19 and balancing the reopening of schools. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
15 August 2020

ITV News. Sage 'not confident' R number below 1 in England. Dr Daniel Lawson.
14 August 2020

The Daily Show with Andrew Pierce. Will new £3,200 fines for not wearing a mask in shops really work? Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
14 August 2020

The Conversation, The National Interest. Coronavirus: have we already missed the opportunity to build a better world? Professor Martin Parker.
13 August 2020

The World. Choirs in the age of coronavirus: A new study looks at the risks of singing. Professor Jonathan Reid.
13 August 2020

New York Times Post, Daily Mail. Did London's lockdown work? Capital has the same level of coronavirus antibodies as Stockholm. Professor Simon Wood.
12 August 2020

The Saigon Times. Vietnam expects its own Covid-19 vaccines late next year. Professor Imre Berger.
12 August 2020

International Business Times, CNN Arabic. Children can be coronavirus 'long haulers' too, not just adults. Professor Athimalaipet Ramanan.
12 August 2020

Insurance Post. Analysis: Returning the dead to rest – a pandemic repatriation problem. Dr Lucy Selman.
11 August 2020

Newstalk. Coronavirus spike in Ireland 'disturbing' but clusters can be dealth with. Professor Gabriel Scally.
11 August 2020

MSN News. Debunked: Facebook post claiming COVID-19 caused by bacteria aggravated by 5G technology is ‘curable’. Professor Adam Finn.
11 August 2020

Analysis: Returning the dead to rest – a pandemic repatriation problem

BBC News at Ten [watch at 10:31 in], BBC Radio 4 PM programme, BBC Radio Bristol. Reopening schools and safety issues facing staff and students. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
10 August 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 03:55], BBC Radio Bristol. Remote GP consultations during COVID-19. Dr Lucy Pocock.
10 August 2020

CNN Health. Adults may not be the only Covid 'long haulers.' Some kids still have symptoms, months after falling ill. Professor Athimalaipet Ramanan.
10 August 2020

LBC. Achieving herd immunity through Covid-19 vaccine needs a "huge global effort". Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 August 2020

Belfast Telegraph. Ireland's current coronavirus approach isn't fit for purpose - here's how we approach zero-covid. Professor Gabriel Scally.
9 August 2020

Mirror. Pubs warned they'll be shut down if they don't stick to rules as second wave fears grow. Professor Gabriel Scally.
8 August 2020

ITV news. Coronavirus news fatiguing you? Here's how to find a healthy solution and avoid the trap of avoidance strategies. Professor Bruce Hood.
7 August 2020

Breitbart. Coronavirus masks become compulsory part of uniform at English school. Dr Sarah Lewis.
7 August 2020

The Telegraph. 'Cummings effect' continues to rock trust in Government.  Professor Richard Harris.
7 August 2020

BBC Wales online, BBC Radio Wales. Coronavirus: 'Re-think face masks in shops' says scientist. Professor Gabriel Scally.
7 August 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today programme. Issues faced by COVID-19 self-isolation. Professor Lucy Yardley.
7 August 2020

BBC Radio 4 PM programme. Assessment of COVID-19 cases data. Professor Oliver Johnson.
6 August 2020

Daily Mail. Children's Commissioner refuses to rule out the compulsory wearing of face masks in classrooms. Dr Sarah Lewis.
6 August 2020

Daily Mail. Ministers reject demands from unions for face masks to be worn in schools insisting they should NOT be treated the same as shops. Dr Sarah Lewis.
5 August 2020

The Guardian, Yahoo! News. Schools reopening in England risks sharp rise in Covid cases, says expert. Dr Sarah Lewis.
5 August 2020

BBC Radio 4. The dangers of group singing during COVID-19. Professor Jonathan Reid.
5 August 2020

BBC Points West. Employment rights around returning to work after the lockdown. Professor Tonia Novitz.
4 August 2020

The Irish Times. Ireland needs to move to ‘zero-Covid’ policy to avoid catastrophe, scientists say. Professor Gabriel Scally.
4 August 2020

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 14:52 in]. Will schools be ready to open. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
3 August 2020

Wired. Scotland is aiming to eliminate coronavirus. Why isn’t England? Professor Gabriel Scally.
3 August 2020

Daily Express, Oman Observer, Daily Mail. The UK is close to the 'tipping point' in the increase in new cases. Dr Daniel Lawson.
2 August 2020

July 2020

The World. How singing spreads the coronavirus. Professor Jonathan Reid.
31 July 2020

Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Evening Standard, Financial Times, News18 (India), MSN News Japan. The data behind the Prime Minister's decision to slow the easing of lockdown. Dr Daniel Lawson.
31 July 2020

Wall Street Journal. How doctors are gradually getting better at treating COVID-19. Professor Tim Cook.
31 July 2020

BolÉpoca Negócios, Vaaju. Potential reasons behind the rise in COVID-19 cases across Brazil. Dr Patricia Magalhães.
31 July 2020

Spiked. ‘The lockdown has caused a humanitarian tragedy’. Professor Simon Wood's research referenced.
31 July 2020

Times Radio. Evidence of a second wave is emerging in Europe. Professor Gabriel Scally.
29 July 2020

Bristol 24/7. Building a better world post-pandemic. Professor Martin Parker.
27 July 2020

Fortune. The sacred European vacation is at risk as second wave fears grip tourist hot spots. Professor Adam Finn.
27 July 2020

Daily Telegraph. Face masks can boost hand washing because they increase perception of risk. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
27 July 2020

Daily Telegraph, News-24.fr. Do face masks work? Here's what the science says. Professor Adam Finn.
26 July 2020

i Analysis, The Conversation. Hypocrisy of face masks: Boris Johnson switches from vilifying burqas as 'sinister' to mandating face coverings. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
25 July 2020

Independent, Yahoo! News, BBC News online, The Guardian. School closures will hit UK productivity for years, experts warn. Professor Simon Burgess.
24 July 2020

BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast. What is the risk of live performances? Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 July 2020

Daily Telegraph. Could social distancing and face coverings help Britain escape a winter flu surge? Dr Anu Goenka.
24 July 2020

The Guardian Opinion. The Guardian view on singing and Covid-19: science needed for art to survive. Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 July 2020

MailOnline. People living in England's poorest areas are TWICE as likely to die of coronavirus than those in the wealthiest neighbourhoods, statistics show. Professor Richard Harris.
24 July 2020

BBC Breakfast, BBC News at One, BBC News 24. Do's and don'ts of wearing a face mask. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
24 July 2020

MailOnline. Homemade masks should have at least TWO layers of fabric to successfully stop droplets carrying the coronavirus, video shows. Dr Bryan Bzdek.
23 July 2020

The Times. Hundreds more coronavirus walk-in test centres planned. Dr Daniel Lawson.
23 July 2020

ITV Westcountry. The prospect of wearing face masks in public. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
23 July 2020

BristolLive. Call for Bristol people to sign up to coronavirus vaccine trials. Professor Adam Finn.
22 July 2020

CBS News. The safety of singing during a pandemic. Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 July 2020

The Guardian, MSN News. Sing into the funnel please: inside the Covid-19 lab hoping to declare singing safe. Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 July 2020

The Guardian. Covid-19 deaths in England and Wales fall to lowest since lockdown. Dr Daniel Lawson.
21 July 2020

BBC News online. Is it safe to sing yet? Professor Jonathan Reid.
18 July 2020

BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 2. How safe is it to sing and perform in public? Professor Jonathan Reid.
18 July 2020

MailOnline. Social distancing will 'continue for a long period of time.' Dr Daniel Lawson.
17 July 2020                                                            

Huffington Post UK. Are Patrick Vallance and the Government on the same page on COVID? Professor Oliver Johnson.
16 July 2020

Daily Telegraph. Is TikTok spying on me and should I be worried? Dr Awais Rashid.
16 July 2020                                                                                                           

MailOnline, Independent, Daily Telegraph, Daily Times Pakistan, TVN24 Poland. Death rates in intensive care from Covid-19 have fallen by a third, study finds. Professor Tim Cook.
16 July 2020  

The Irish Times, BBC News. Tourists could cause second Covid surge across Ireland, top doctor warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 July 2020

BBC Africa. Counterfeit medicine industry thrives in West Africa. Dr Gernot Klantschnig.
15 July 2020

Independent. ‘We do not want to end up like Leicester’: Blackburn holds its breath after spike in Covid-19 cases. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 July 2020

BBC News and BBC Radio 5 Live Drive. How quickly will mask wearing become the norm? Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
14 July 2020

ITV News’ coronavirus podcast. The threat of anti-vaxxers and how to spot conspiracy theories. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
14 July 2020

i News. Debunked: the conspiracy claiming there has ‘been no Covid pandemic’. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
14 July 2020

Belfast Telegraph. Coronavirus: New all-island quarantining strategy badly needed, says leading medic. Professor Gabriel Scally.
13 July 2020

Big Picture Science [listen at 26:40 in]. COVID curiosities. Dr Bryan Bzdek.
13 July 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 10:02 in]. Research project that could help singers and musicians play again. Professor Jonathan Reid.
13 July 2020

Yahoo! news. Do face masks work? Here's what the science says. Professor Adam Finn.
13 July 2020

The Observer, Evening Standard, Kent Online, Telegraph, Diário de Notícias, Kurir. With 120 countries making masks compulsory in public, shouldn’t England? Professor Adam Finn.
12 July 2020

Epigram. University of Bristol study aims to help bring gigs back. Professor Jonathan Reid.
12 July 2020

The Mirror. Keir Starmer slams bungler Boris Johnson over 'lifetime' of dodging responsibility. Professor Gabriel Scally.
11 July 2020

Huffington Post. How Losing Weight Could Help In The Fight Against Covid-19. Dr Karen Coulman.
10 July 2020

Breakfast on BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 2:35:30 in]. COVID-19 airborne aerosols and the PERFORM study. Professor Jonathan Reid.
10 July 2020

The Washington Times, Asia News Monitor, Daily Mail, Daily Express, Sky News, Sun, Mirror and Telegraph. UK coronavirus death toll rises by 48 to 44,650 in lowest Friday since lockdown. Professor Oliver Johnson.
10 July 2020

The Conversation. Arts rescue package: by all means protect Britain’s ‘jewels’ – but don’t forget the rest of the crown. Dr Kirsty Sedgman.
10 July 2020

The Conversation. Care homes have long been neglected – the pandemic has shown us how bad things are. Dr Lucy Pocock.
8 July 2020

LBC, The Telegraphthe Express, The Scotsman. Government's strategy doesn't go far enough towards eradicating the virus. Professor Gabriel Scally.
7 July 2020

MailOnline. Coronavirus UK: South West will be hardest hit by second wave. Professor Philip Thomas.
7 July 2020

Friday Magazine. To beat lockdown weight gain, no need to stop comfort eating. Professor Jeff Brunstrom.
7 July 2020

Diabetes Times. Charities pledge £315K for diabetes and COVID-19 research. Professor Kathleen Gillespie.
7 July 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: Am I eligible for a test? Dr Jessica Watson.
7 July 2020

USA Today. Fact check: Doctors study whether COVID-19 could trigger diabetes. Professor Julian Hamilton Shield.
6 July 2020

El Exprés. Can pets transmit coronavirus? Dr Natalie Finch.
5 July 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:16 in]. Assessing personal risk for COVID. Professor Lucy Yardley.
4 July 2020

Independent, Daily Mail, PoliticoIrish Examiner, The Telegraph, LBC, MSN UK, Yahoo! News. Mediterranean holiday destinations risk becoming 'melting pots' for coronavirus, expert warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
3 July 2020

Dentistry Online. Is there a link between COVID-19 and oral hygiene? Professor Martin Addy.
3 July 2020

The New European. Experts warn government attempting to blame Public Health England for coronavirus failures. Professor Gabriel Scally.
2 July 2020

The Sun. The issues facing the UK's track and trace system. Dr Daniel Lawson.
2 July 2020

MailOnline. The 34 areas of England where COVID-19 cases have risen in the past week. Professor Philip Thomas.
2 July 2020

The Conversation, BBC Worklife. How pandemics fuel the rise of mega-corporations. Professor Martin Parker.
2 July 2020

June 2020

The Spectator. How worried should we be about a second wave? Professor Oliver Johnson.
30 June 2020

The Guardian. Can I go clubbing? Yes – in New Zealand! Your guide to easing and the arts. Professor Gabriel Scally and Dr Anders Johansson.
29 June 2020

Independent, Daily Mail, . Coronavirus: UK on course for further 30,000 deaths unless Boris Johnson changes approach, Independent Sage warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
27 June 2020

USA Today. Fact check: Doctors studying whether COVID-19 could trigger diabetes. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
27 June 2020

La Repubblica. New conspiracy theory claiming children can be killed by wearing masks. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
27 June 2020

The Times. UK coronavirus cases no longer falling, ONS figures show. Professor Oliver Johnson.
25 June 2020

BBC news online, MailOnline. Coronavirus: Young people 'more anxious during lockdown'. Dr Alex Kwong.
25 June 2020

Yahoo! News. Gold-standard review does 'not support the roll out of coronavirus antibody tests'. Dr Hayley Jones.
25 June 2020

Independent. Coronavirus: England in danger of following same route as US, leading epidemiologist warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
25 June 2020

BBC News Health. Coronavirus: Does the UK have the pandemic under control? Professor Lucy Yardley.
24 June 2020

Daily Times. One metre or two? How social distancing affects COVID-19 risk. Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 June 2020

Metro, Daily Mail, Evening Standard. Boris scraps two-metre rule as he announces new easing of lockdown. Professor Lucy Yardley.
23 June 2020

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Sky News Tonight. Easing social distancing measures.  Professor Gabriel Scally.
23 June 2020

Wired. How coronavirus reshaped the NHS.  Professor Albert Sanchez-Graells.
23  June 2020

New York Times, Reuters, Hindustan Times, The Jakata Post, MailOnline, Yahoo! News, Calgary Herald, La Nacion, . One Meter or Two? How Social Distancing Affects COVID-19 Risk. Professor Jonathan Reid.
23 June 2020

The Washington Times. Physicians warn coronavirus can cause diabetes. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
22 June 2020

BBC Two NewsnightIs England easing the lockdown safely? Professor Lucy Yardley.
22 June 2020

BBC Points West. How dangerous are large gatherings? Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 June 2020

Daily Telegraph, Good Food. Drinks in the park and takeaway pizzas are back – so here's how to beat the lockdown bloat. Professor Jeff Brunstrom.
22 June 2020

The Conversation, Australian Times, Yahoo! UK. Coronavirus could trigger diabetes in previously healthy people. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
19 June 2020

Daily Mail. Anxiety rates have DOUBLED in young people during Britain's Covid-19 crisis, study claims. Dr Alex Kwong.
19 June 2020

Schools Week. £1bn schools coronavirus ‘catch-up’ package revealed. Professor Simon Burgess.
19 June 2020

BBC Radio 4 PM [listen at 05:36 in]. Discussion on the latest ONS figures. Professor Oliver Johnson.
18 June 2020

Mail Online. NHS staff must be tested 'twice a week' for Covid. Dr Jessica Watson.
17 June 2020
 
The Spectator. Is it really necessary for schools to be closed?. Professor Oliver Johnson.
16 June 2020
 
Mail Online. Compulsory face coverings and widespread testing and tracing in the UK could save 50,000 LIVES from the coronavirus over a two-year period, study claims. Dr Daniel Lawson.

16 June 2020

BBC News onlineCNN News. Flushing 'can propel viral infection 3ft into air'. Dr Bryan Bzdek.
16 June 2020

Washington Post. Widespread mask-wearing could prevent covid-19 second waves, study says. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
16 June 2020

BBC Points West. Easing of lockdown. Professor Adam Finn.
15 June 2020

i News. 2m social distancing rule: Why changing the UK’s coronavirus measures could be risky, amid conflicting evidence. Professor Jonathan Reid.
15 June 2020

Huffington Post Canada. Deconfination: how to adapt your daily life to COVID-19? Dr Anders Johansson.
15 June 2020

Express Informer. Compulsory face coverings and widespread coronavirus testing and tracing could save 50,000 lives. Dr Daniel Lawson.
15 June 2020

Sunday Express. Under 45? Chance of dying from coronavirus is one in 67,000, study suggests. Professor George Davey Smith.
14 June 2020

Bristol Live. The inside story to the 100 days since coronavirus hit Bristol. Professor Adam Finn.
14 June 2020

The Guardian. Oversupply of kits to care homes raises concern over Covid-19 test figures. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 June 2020

Bristol Live. Keeping R number below one will cause 'public health catastrophe. Professor Philip Thomas.
12 June 2020

Yahoo! NewsBristol Live. Coronavirus: Is it safe to be closer than two metres? Professor Jonathan Reid.
12 June 2020

Time24 News. COVID-19. Discoveries that change everything we knew about . . .  Professor Adam Finn.
11 June 2020

Independent. What will it mean for the economy if schools don't re-open until September? Professor Simon Burgess.
11 June 2020

MSN NewsITV NewsBBC Science Focus. Researchers look at link between Covid-19 and cardiovascular diseases. Professor Debbie Lawlor.
11 June 2020

The Guardian [scroll to 17:47], Bristol Live. Most people want social distancing measures to remain at two metres, new data suggests.  Professor Jonathan Reid.
11 June 2020

The SpectatorThe Telegraph, BBC Radio 4's The Today Programme. Lockdown and the R-number: is Neil Ferguson right? Professor Simon Wood.
11 June 2020

Daily Mail, New York TimesThe StarThe CourierReuters UKLa TribuneRadio CanadaYahoo! FranceThe AustralianHindustan TimesNewsweek9NewsEl Pais BrazilWidespread face mask use could shrink 'R' and stop second wave. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
10 June 2020

Research Professional News. Under pressure. Dr Emma Anderson.
10 June 2020

New Scientist. Is it safe for coronavirus 'shielders' in the UK to go outside now? Professor George Davey Smith.
9 June 2020

New Scientist. Lack of UK testing data is impeding our understanding of the outbreak. Dr Jessica Watson.
8 June 2020

Yahoo Style UK. BAME women make up over half of expectant mothers in hospital with COVID-19. Professor Andrew Whitelaw.
 
The Telegraph. Why lockdown could cost more lives than it saves. Professor Philip Thomas.
8 June 2020
 
60 Minutes Australia. From 5G towers to Bill Gates: Conspiracy theories in the time of coronavirus. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
7 June 2020
 
TES. Covid-19: What's the most infectious place in school? Professor Jonathan Reid.
7 June 2020
 
South West Independent. The challenge of finding a vaccine for coronavirus. Professor Adam Finn.
7 June 2020
 
The SpectatorDaily MailThe SunBrinkwireDaily MirrorBristol LiveThe Telegraph. New study suggests Covid infections were falling before lockdown. Professor Simon Wood.
5 to 7 June 2020
 
 

BBC News online. Coronavirus: One in five with Covid could test negative. Dr Jessica Watson.
3 June 2020

The Conversation. How pandemics past and present fuel the rise of mega-corporations. Professor Martin Parker.
3 June 2020

New Scientist. Why have there been so many coronavirus deaths in the UK? Professor Gabriel Scally.
3 June 2020

BBC Radio 4's More or Less. False negatives and testing capacity. Dr Jessica Watson.
3 June 2020

The Times, Daily Mirror, Yahoo News and regional newspapers. PHE's review of BAME virus deaths. Dr Saffron Karlsen.
3 June 2020

The Economist. Downturns tend to reduce gender inequality. Not under covid-19. Professor Sarah Smith.
2 June 2020

May 2020

The Observer, Daily Mail, Sputnik News. Did a coronavirus cause the pandemic that killed Queen Victoria's heir? Dr David Matthews.
31 May 2020

Las Provincias. Distance Educational Impairment. Professor Simon Burgess. 
31 May 2020

The Guardian, New Statesman. How ten years of privatisation may have exposed England to coronavirus. Professor Gabriel Scally.
31 May 2020

Sunday Express. Coronavirus: Personal risk scores 'could help majority get back to normal life'. Professor George Davey Smith.
31 May 2020

Radio Canada. Yes, there have been real conspiracy theories. Professor Stephen Lewandowsky. 
30 May 2020

NTV. Corona vaccine race: London sees itself as "leader". Professor Adam Finn. 
30 May 2020

The Guardian. Letters: Dominic Cummings’ actions damage public trust. Professor George Davey Smith.
30 May 2020

The Guardian. Coronavirus: the week explained - Who should shield from Covid-19?  Professor George Davey Smith.
29 May 2020

TES. Remote learning success shows value of time and space. Lucie Weaver.
29 May 2020

Capital News, Bulgaria. What did we (not) learn about the peculiarities of public behavior during a pandemic?. Dr Emma Anderson.
28 May 2020 

Research Professional News. Internal Covid-19 funding: Short deadlines all round. Dr Emma Anderson and Professor Rachael Gooberman-Hill.
28 May 2020

British Medical Journal. Shielding from covid-19 should be stratified by risk. Professor George Davey Smith.
28 May 2020 

Daily Mail. Britons should get an individual Covid-19 risk score on a scale from one to five to allow healthy youngsters out of the 'damaging' lockdown, scientists say. Professor George Davey Smith.
28 May 2020

G1. Inequality increases Covid-19 lethality in the slum, says study. Dr Patricia Camargo Magalhães. 
28 May 2020

Die Zeit. Wrong, Mr President! Professor Stephen Lewandowsky. 
27 May 2020

Times Higher Education. What next for pandemic research? Professor Philip Thomas. 
27 May 2020

Dentistry. Coming out of lockdown: informing the public and patients. Emetrius Professor Martin Addy. 
27 May 2020

New Scientist. At work, school and seeing friends: How to lower your coronavirus risk. Dr Anders Johansson.     
27 May 2020 

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 1:50:23 in]. Ethics of infecting volunteers with Covid-19 to find a vaccine for the disease. Dr Jonathan Ives.
27 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 The World Tonight [listen at 16:00 in]. Impact of Dominic Cummings' actions on voters. Paula Surridge.
26 May 2020 

El Confidencial. The English paradox: scientists plan to inoculate the coronavirus to save their vaccine. Dr Jonathan Ives. 
26 May 2020 

BBC One Points West [watch at 11:50 in]. How are we able to monitor how the pandemic is affecting the nation's mental health? Professor Bruce Hood.
26 May 2020

The Times. School closures have put an entire generation at a huge disadvantage. Professor Simon Burgess.    
25 May 2020 

The Guardian and The Sun. Doctors condemn secrecy over false negative Covid-19 tests. Dr Jessica Watson.
25 May 2020

Vice. Cell towers across the world are being targeted because of an anti-5G conspiracy. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
25 May 2020

The Observer. UK scientists want to infect volunteers with Covid-19 in race to find vaccine. Professor Jonathan Ives.
24 May 2020

Newstalk. Alive and Kicking with Clare McKenna - The race for a vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.           
24 May 2020

Daily Mail. Coronavirus is vanishing so quickly in Britain that Oxford University's vaccine trial only has a 50% chance of success. Professor Jonathan Ives.
23 May 2020

Xinhua. China's COVID-19 vaccine trial shows promising results. Professor Adam Finn.
23 May 2020

Der Welt. The impact coronavirus will have on university learning.  Professor Bruce McFarlane.
23 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today. The impact of not closing the UK's border. Professor Gabriel Scally.
23 May 2020

RTL Today, Yahoo! news and France 24. Virus-stung UK banks on vaccine drive. Professor Adam Finn.
22 May 2020

Bristol Live. People wanted for coronavirus vaccine trials in these postcodes.  Professor Adam Finn.
22 May 2020

Wired. The UK's contact tracing plan has two fatal flaws. Professor Gabriel Scally.
22 May 2020

Evening Standard and MSN UK. When will schools reopen? Dr Lucy Wenham.
22 May 2020

The Telegraph. Do not rely on coronavirus antibody test.  Professor Adam Finn.
22 May 2020

ITV news. Coronavirus and reopening schools: What do the experts say? Dr Lucy Wenham.
21 May 2020

BBC News 24. Best practice in keeping coronavirus at bay in the home. Professor Lucy Yardley.
20 May 2020

The Guardian. Healthcare staff to get coronavirus antibody tests from next week. Professor Adam Finn.
20 May 2020

New Statesman. Too little, too late, too flawed: the BMJ on the UK response to Covid-19.  Professor Gabriel Scally.
20 May 2020

Tech Explorist. New study aimed to identify markets that could predict COVID-19 outcome. Drs David Arnold and Fergus Hamilton.
19 May 2020

Chemical & Engineering News. The city of Bristol needed hand sanitizer. How one university stepped up. Professors Tim Gallagher and Adam Perriman.
19 May 2020

Politico and News 24 France. Vaccine skeptics threaten Europe's bid to beat coronavirus. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
18 May 2020

Rolling Stone. 'Immune to Evidence': How Dangerous Coronavirus Conspiracies Spread. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
18 May 2020

Sky News Today.  The search for a coronavirus vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
18 May 2020

BBC Bitesize. How to deal with puzzling child behaviour. Professor Paul Howard-Jones.
17 May 2020

The Observer. Did singing together spread coronavirus to four choirs? Professor Adam Finn.
17 May 2020

The Guardian. ‘I can just glide through traffic’: how e-bikes could answer our commuting problems.  Professor Ashley Cooper.
17 May 2020

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 09.22 in]. How is 'R' calculated and is it reliable?  Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
15 May 2020

The Conversation. 'Coronavirus, ‘Plandemic’ and the seven traits of conspiratorial thinking'. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
15 May 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: Genetic link study participants sought.  Professor Julian Gough.
15 May 2020

The Conversation. 'Coronavirus murders': media narrative about domestic abuse during lockdown is wrong and harmful. Dr Emma Williamson.
15 May 2020

The Conversation. 70% of people surveyed said they’d download a coronavirus app. Only 44% did. Why the gap? Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
15 May 2020

The Sun and The i. Coronavirus could be passed on through speech, study finds. Dr Michael Cotterell.
14 May 2020

BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast. Bereavement during COVID-19. Dr Lucy Selman.
14 May 2020

Times Higher Education. Will Covid-19 change universities forever? Don’t jump to conclusions. Professor Bruce Macfarlane.
14 May 2020

The Telegraph. When can my child see their friends again? Dr Dan O'Hare.
14 May 2020. 

CGTN. UK government urges public to wear homemade masks. Professor Adam Finn.
14 May 2020

Good Morning Britain. Discussion around the Government's response to the pandemic. Dr Gabriel Scally.
13 May 2020

India Today. Experts divided over men's blood enzyme that causes higher Covid-19 mortality. Professor Paolo Madeddu.
12 May 2020

Sky News, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph [behind a paywall] and Gizmodo. Leave deliveries for 72 hours to limit risk of virus exposure, experts say. Professor Lucy Yardley.
11 May 2020

BBC Radio 5 Live [listen at 2:15:22 in]. Interview about minimising risk and maintaining infection control as lockdown eases. Professor Lucy Yardley.
11 May 2020

The Guardian. Confusion dilutes lockdown message. Professor Adam Finn.
10 May 2020

BBC Radio Bristol Saturday Breakfast with Ali Vowles. SleepQuest study to understand sleep quality, mental health and circadian rhythms in older people during COVID-19. Alfie Wearn.
9 May 2020

The Sun and Metro. Italian scientists claim to have ‘first vaccine that kills coronavirus’. Professor Adam Finn.
7 May 2020

Italian researchers claim to have the first vaccine to kill coronavirus


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Italian researchers claim to have the first vaccine to kill coronavirus


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Bristol Live. 6,000 people take part in 'groundbreaking' Bristol coronavirus study. Professor Nic Timpson.
7 May 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol's Government advisor explains next stage of coronavirus lockdown. Professor Lucy Yardley.
7 May 2020

The Telegraph. Household isolation could lessen severity of virus symptoms, study suggests. Professor Lucy Yardley.
7 May 2020

BBC Two: Our Finest Hours [watch at 10.47]. Medical students graduating early.
6 May 2020

BBC Points West, BBC online news. New app helps protect people looking after loved ones with coronavirus. Professor Lucy Yardley.
6 May 2020

BBC Points West. Vital coronavirus research to track frontline NHS staff in Bristol. Dr Anu Goenka.
6 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 More or Less [listen at 17.03 in]. Obesity risk and coronavirus. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
6 May 2020

Yahoo! news, Daily Mail, The Sun and BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 00:51:20] Exposure to higher 'viral load' when infected could make victims more severely ill. Professor Lucy Yardley.
6 May 2020

The Telegraph. Coronavirus Q&A: When will schools reopen & is it safe to send my child? Dr Dan O'Hare.
5 May 2020

The Conversation. What you need to know about how coronavirus is changing science. Professor Marcus Munafo.
5 May 2020

ITV.com. Partial list of SAGE membership list released by government following pressure. Professor Lucy Yardley                                 
4 May 2020

The Telegraph. Do breathing techniques work to help fight against coronavirus? Dr James Dodd.                                                       
4 May 202

BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 55:40 in]. Interview about testing and contact tracing. Professor Adam Finn.
4 May 2020

BBC Points West. Interview about Bristol's role in testing, transmission and vaccine development. Professor Adam Finn.
4 May 2020

Daily Mirror. How rival coronavirus science advisors compare to the government's position. Professor Gabriel Scally.
4 May 2020.

The Conversation. Coronavirus: what risks do people with kidney disease face? Professor Richard Coward.
4 May 2020

The Observer. UK lockdown must not be lifted until Covid-19 transmission is understood, say scientists. Professor Adam Finn and Professor Jonathan Reid.
3 May 2020

The Guardian, Yahoo! News and Sky News Arabia. UK lockdown must not be lifted until Covid-19 transmission is understood, say scientists. Professor Adam Finn.
3 May 2020 

BBC Radio 4, Today programme. A cure at what cost? Professor George Davey Smith and Professor Philip Thomas.
3 May 2020

Sky News. Interview about the grieving process when someone dies from coronavirus. Dr Lucy Selman.
2 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 The World Tonight [listen at 13.10 in]. The role of poverty in the pandemic. Professor David Gordon.
1 May 2020

Business Insider. 15 beliefs about fitness and exercise which aren't true. Dr Ahmend Elhakeem.
1 May 2020

Le Monde, Russia Today, Daily Mail, Der Welt and Huffington Post. Coronavirus death rate among BAME Britains is more than 2.5 times higher than that of the white population. Professor Tim Cook.
1 May 2020

April 2020

iNews. Coronavirus vaccine: UK to get early access to Oxford University vaccination if trials are successful. Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020 

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 13.42 mins in]. Interview about the importance of contact tracing and testing. Dr Gabriel Scally.
30 April 2020

BBC One Question Time. Debate around the Government's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Sir Paul Nurse, Chancellor.
30 April 2020

iNews. Coronavirus vaccine: UK to get early access to Oxford University vaccination if trials are successful.  Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020

Daily Mirror. Coronavirus vaccine: Scientists pledge to produce 100 million doses in 2020. Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020

New Statesman. Why the UK’s cultural divide is forcing Labour to be cautious over the Tories and coronavirus. Paula Surridge.
30 April 2020

Bloomberg. Children With coronavirus may be just as infectious as adults. Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: What is the hidden health cost? Professor Philip Thomas.
29 April 2020

Daily Mail. Medical experts still learning about Covid-19 and premature birth. Professor Andrew Whitelaw.
29 April 2020

Daily Mirror, Metro, Wales Online and USA Today. Why you need to brush your teeth just before leaving the house. Professor Martin Addy.
29 April 2020

Yahoo News. Anger after Panorama claims government 'failed to stockpile crucial PPE'. Dr Gabriel Scally.
28 April 2020

International Business Times. Scientists find coronavirus in air pollution particles, says report. Professor Jonathan Reid.
28 April 2020

BBC News at Ten [watch at 14.35 mins in]. Main options for the gradual easing of the lockdown.  Professor Lucy Yardley.
27 April 2020

The Telegraph. When will schools reopen in the UK, and is it safe to send my child back? Dr Dan O'Hare.
27 April 2020

TES. Lockdown: Call to stop GCSE gap for vulnerable widening. Professor David Berridge.
27 April 2020

The Sun. Coronavirus found on air pollution particles prompting fears bug can travel over long distances. Professor Jonathan Reid.
25 April 2020

The Telegraph. The way out of lockdown: the strategies evaluated. Professor Adam Finn.
24 April 2020

Research Professional. Inside Bristol's 'Uncover' Covid-19 vaccine team [log-in required]. Imorphoron and UNCOVER Group.
24 April 2020

The Guardian. Coronavirus detected on particles of air pollution. Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 April 2020

The Guardian. What have scientists learned about Covid-19 so far? Professor Adam Finn.
24 April 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 01.32.10 mins in]. Overview of Bristol's research into COVID-19. Professor Adam Finn and UNCOVER Group.
24 April 2020

The Telegraph. When will schools reopen in the UK, and is it safe to send my child back? Dr Dan O'Hare.
24 April 2020

Sky News: All Out Politics programme, Bristol Live. Human coronavirus vaccine trials taking place in Bristol. Professor Adam Finn.
23 April 2020

Bristol Live. Pregnant women needed for Bristol coronavirus study. Dr Emma Anderson.
23 April 2020

BBC News. Calls for enquiry on Cheltenham Festival go-ahead. Professor Gabriel Scally.
23 April 2020

The Guardian. Psychiatrists fear surge of Covid-19 cases. Professor David Gunnell.
22 April 2020

The Conversation. Coronavirus: flying in fruit pickers from countries in lockdown is dangerous for everyone. Dr Denny Pencheva.
21 April 2020

BBC Radio Bristol. Interview about Children of the 90s' COVID-19 questionnaire. Professor Nic Timpson.
21 April 2020 

Metro, Sputnik News, World Economic Forum, Western Daily Press. How coronavirus has transformed the grieving process. Dr Lucy Selman.
20 April 2020

Yahoo News. Scientists dismiss claim more men are dying from coronavirus because it 'is expressed in testicles'. Professor Paolo Madeddu.
20 April 2020

The Conversation. Coronavirus conspiracy theories are dangerous – here's how to stop them spreading. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
20 April 2020

Medical News Today. COVID-19 and pets: What is there to know? Professor Mick Bailey.
19 April 2020

MSN Australia. Coronavirus: five months on, what scientists know about Covid-19.  Professor Adam Finn.
19 April 2020

BBC Points West. Report on Children of the 90s' COVID-19 questionnaire. Professor Nic Timpson.
17 April 2020

The Conversation. How coronavirus has transformed the grieving process. Dr Lucy Selman.
17 April 2020

Daily Express. Expert on 'new ways' retailers can attract buyers. Dr Eleanora Pantano.
17 April 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 07.17 mins in]. Latest update about the current lockdown and the relaxing of restrictions. Professor Adam Finn.
16 April 2020

The Conversation, World Economic Forum. Coronavirus: how accurate are coronavirus tests? Dr Jessica Watson and Dr Penny Whiting.
16 April 2020

The Telegraph. Could 'proning' help you fight coronavirus? Dr James Dodd.
16 April 2020

Bristol Live. Inside the lab leading Bristol's coronavirus vaccine effort. Professor Adam Finn, Professor Imre Berger and Frederic Garzoni.
16 April 2020

Bristol 24/7, BBC Points West and Heart FM. Bristol Uni produces hand sanitiser for city's key workers. School of Chemistry.
15 April 2020

The Naked Scientists. Coronavirus mutation disrupts vaccine trials. Dr David Matthews.
15 April 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 06.33 mins in]. Latest update from Bristol scientists studying COVID-19 to understand the virus. Dr Andrew Davidson and Dr David Matthews.
14 April 2020

BBC Radio Bristol: Vital work could help pave the way for coronavirus vaccines.  Dr David Matthews.
14 April 2020

The Conversation. How a virus brought New York to a standstill in the summer of 1916. Professor Gareth Williams.
14 April 2020

Newsweek. Obesity one of the biggest risk factors in COVID-19 hospitalisations, study suggests. Dr Joshua Bell.
14 April 2020

The Observer. Five months on, what scientists now know about the coronavirus. Professor Adam Finn.
12 April 2020

Sunday Guardian Live. Clinical trials, diagnostic tests for COVID-19 take place in UK. Professor Adam Finn and Professor Imre Berger.
11 April 2020

Bristol Cable. Whose life to save? Investigating the 'do not resuscitate' form coronavirus controversy. Dr Jonathan Ives.
10 April 2020.

Yahoo Finance UK. Coronavirus: How susceptible are pets to the infection? Professor Mick Bailey.
9 April 2020

The Telegraph. Can breathing techniques help in the fight against coronavirus? Dr James Dodds.
8 April 2020

Medical Xpress. New vaccine platform used to develop COVID-19 candidates. Professor Imre Berger and Professor Adam Finn.
8 April 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 1.20 mins in], Bristol Live. Vaccine tests to begin in Bristol after team make coronavirus breakthrough. Professor Imre Berger and Professor Adam Finn.
7 and 8 April 2020

The Spectator. How to read coronavirus graphs. Dr Oliver Johnson.
7 April 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol University scientists have made discovery which could help find COVID-19 vaccine. Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
6 April 2020

New York Times. A new COVID-19 crisis: Domestic abuse rises worldwide. Professor Marianne Hester.
6 April 2020

BBC News  online, The Independent, Mirror, Metro. Scientists brand 5G claims 'complete rubbish'. Professor Adam Finn.
5 April 2020

CNN health, 7news Australia, CTV news. Some may joke about a coronavirus baby boom. Here's why you shouldn't try to conceive in quarantine. Emeritus Professor Andrew Whitelaw.
5 April 2020

BBC Six O’clock News, BBC Points West, ITV News, ITV Westcountry News, BBC Radio 4 Six O’clock News [listen at 22 mins in]. Online graduation for final year medical students.
3 April 2020

Daily Telegraph. Matt Hancock's five-point coronavirus testing plan explained. Professor Adam Finn.
3 April 2020

The Times. Death toll in UK nears 3,000 amid record daily rise. Professor Oliver Johnson.
3 April 2020

Channel News Asia. Increasing cases of domestic violence as cities go into lockdown. Professor Gene Feder.
2 April 2020

Channel 4 News. BMA guidance around prioritising care for patients. Dr Jonathan Ives.
2 April 2020

Bristol Cable. Bristol University experts rally to fight COVID-19 and search for a vaccine. Professor Adam Finn, Dr David Matthews and Professor Colin Dayan.
2 April 2020

The Spectator. UK lockdown sends nearly a million applicants to Universal Credit. Professor Oliver Johnson.
2 April 2020

BBC News online, Metro, DailyMail, The Times, Bristol Post and others. Bristol medical students qualify early to help NHS. 
1 April 2020 

UnHerd: How likely are you to die of coronavirus? Professor George Davey Smith.
1 April 2020

March 2020

Stage, BBC Radio 4's Front Row. Embracing the power of digital theatre. Dr Kirsty Sedgman.
31 March 2020.

Sydney Morning Herald, TelegraphBristol Post, Info Security Magazine and Verdict. Who else is listening to your ZOOM video conference call? Dr Andrew Dwyer.
30 March 2020

talkRADIO: Tips for staying calm and happy during the lockdown. Professor Bruce Hood.
29 March 2020

The Guardian, BBC Radio 4 & local BBC Radio: The development of a coronavirus vaccine and the effectiveness of testing. Professor Adam Finn.
29 March 2020

The Guardian. Letters: Science and psychology of the coronavirus crisis. Professor Simon Wood.
27 March 2020

Nature: Science-ing from home. Chair in Biomedical Sciences Rafael Carazo Salas.
26 March 2020

The Sun, TelegraphYahoo! News, Daily Mail and Irish Examiner: Newborn babies test positive for coronavirus. Emetrius Professor Dr Andrew Whitelaw.
26 March 2020

Financial Times:  Simple ways to reduce anxiety during lockdown. Dr James Dodd.
26 March 2020

The Conversation: What we know about ACE inhibitors, high blood pressure and COVID-19. Dr Rupert Payne.
25 March 2020

The Week: Why economic crash could cost more lives than coronavirus. Professor Philip Thomas.
25 March 2020

BBC News & local BBC Radio: The importance of social distancing while staying fit and healthy. Dr Charlie Foster.
24 March 2020

Esquire: What Am I Actually Allowed To Do Now? An Expert Decodes The Coronavirus Lockdown Rules. Professor Lucy Yardley.
24 March 2020

The Guardian, Daily Mail and This is Money UK:  Higher step counts could lower risk of early death, study finds. Dr Charlie Foster.
24 March 2020

The Times: Teachers urge families not to ignore coronavirus classroom ban. Dr Dan O'Hara.
23 March 2020

UK Labour Law: Legislating in Times of Crisis: The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Professor Alan Bogg and Professor Michael Ford QC.
23 March 2020

BBC 5 Live: The importance of social distancing while staying fit and healthy. Dr Charlie Foster.
23 March 2020

The Conversation: Coronavirus: five books to keep young people happy during lockdown. Dr Mimi Thebo.
20 March 2020

Wired: The behavioural science behind the UK's social distancing policy. Health Psychologist Dr Emma Anderson.
19 March 2020

BBC News Online: Coronavirus: How to exercise while staying at home. Dr Charlie Foster.
19 March 2020

National Geographic: What's the safest gathering size to slow the coronavirus? There isn't one. Dr Anders Johansson.
19 March 2020

British Medical Journal: How can we involve communities in managing the covid-19 pandemic? Professor Lucy Yardley.
17 March 2020

The Guardian: Coronavirus may force UK doctors to decide who they’ll save. Dr Jonathan Ives.
14 March 2020

LBC: The psychology behind self-isolation. Professor Lucy Yardley.
13 March 2020

BBC Radio 4 PM Programme: Keeping schools open: how does Coronavirus affect young people? Professor Adam Finn.
13 March 2020

BBC Online: Coronavirus: How can AI help fight the pandemic? Professor Sabine Hauert.
12 March 2020

ITV News and online: Bristol scientists studying coronavirus to understand the virus. Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
11 March 2020

The Daily Telegraph: Coronavirus: Is it time to stop using public transport? Professor Lucy Yardley.
10 March 2020

British Medical Journal: Should we wave goodbye to the handshake? Professor Lucy Yardley.
10 March 2020

Good Morning Britain: Virologists looking into ways of killing the live virus and preventing its growth Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
9 March 2020

BBC Two Newsnight: Research into the behaviour of the COVID-19 virus. Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
5 March 2020

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