Annabel Wright, 15, had been using Roaccutane in the months before she died, an inquest hears.
“Essentially what this means is you’ve lost a large section of your more frail population, then you have a healthier surviving population and you would expect mathematically there to be fewer deaths in the period that follows,” Stuart McDonald, co-founder of the Covid-19 Actuaries Response Group, says.
However, it said those who have had their vaccines in most countries outside the EU and the US would still need to quarantine because the UK would not accept the certificates. The other UK nations – Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – set their own health policies.
The 15-year-old’s mother says she told doctors she had heard of suicides linked to Roaccutane use.
As more people mix again, the common cold is back – and leaving people floored.
Under current legislation for England, Wales and Scotland, there is a 24-week time limit for abortion, unless “there is a substantial risk that if the child were born it would suffer from such physical or mental abnormalities as to be seriously handicapped”, which includes Down’s syndrome.
Looking at the figures behind the enormous pressures being felt by NHS Scotland
Former triathlete Kayleigh Adams endured a fourth-degree tear that led to her needing a colostomy bag.
Headlines have focused on teenagers and booster doses – but millions still haven’t had a first jab.
Hairdressers in parts of the UK are reporting clients having new allergic reactions, like rashes and burns, to hair dye after contracting coronavirus.
Scientists at Imperial College London are now researching how the disease could be reprogramming our immune system, in a similar way to other illnesses.
The trade body that represents hairdressers and beauticians is warning professionals to carry out additional patch tests to avoid facing legal action.
Gemma suffered a reaction to a patch test despite using the same hair dye for years. She had also recovered from a previous Covid infection. Her salon says it has seen four clients with the same issue since it began compulsory patch tests for all clients.
Reporter: Frankie McCamley