PHE has developed a new routine COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing surveillance report, which provides a close to real time picture of our nation's mental health and wellbeing during the pandemic.
Complex cases of COVID-19, such as those linked to care homes, prisons or schools, that are harder to contact trace are referred to PHE health protection teams. Find out how the London team is dealing with complex cases.
The current COVID-19 pandemic will amplify the health risks from heat. Equally, in the context of the pandemic, we will need to take actions differently to prevent heat related harm to health. Find out more about PHE's heatwave plans for 2020.
Trish Mannes, Deputy Director for Health Protection at PHE and a senior epidemiologist with more than 20 years’ experience in preventing and managing infectious disease outbreaks, gives a personal account of the role of contact tracing.
Community life is essential for health and wellbeing. This blog discusses the roles and activities of communities following the outbreak of COVID-19, and their resilience in the face of new challenges posed by this pandemic.
Whilst places of worship remain closed and social distancing measures are in place, the celebration of Eid will need to be adapted this year. Staying at home for Eid will help to protect friends and family from coronavirus (COVID-19).