The number of GP appointments in England declined by more than six million in April 2020 compared with the same point in 2019, representing a 27% drop.
NHS England has released updated guidance on how employers can assess the risk to black, Asian and minority ethnic workers from Covid-19, but has stopped short of endorsing a specific scoring tool.
GPs are making one in seven of all referrals to the NHS's volunteer service for helping vulnerable patients during the Covid-19 pandemic, as self-referrals have increased in recent weeks.
The number of fully qualified full-time equivalent GPs dropped by 2.5% from March 2019 to March 2020, the latest official figures show.
Patients who are shielding from coronavirus (Covid-19) are being removed from the list without prior consultation with their GP, according to charities.
A group of MPs, led by Dr Philippa Whitford, has called for the Government to appoint an expert committee to set out clear medico-legal guidance relating to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Anyone in England who develops symptoms should immediately order a Covid-19 test from tomorrow, as the Government launches its 'test and trace' strategy.
A group of GPs has created a Covid-19 risk assessment scoring system for general practice to help identify and redeploy the most vulnerable staff.
General practice bureaucracy must not return to pre-pandemic levels, the chair of the RCGP has warned.
The Department of Health and Social Care has approved the first medicine to treat coronavirus (Covid-19) in the UK.
A GP pressure group has written to the chief constable of Durham police urging investigation into Dominic Cummings' potential coronavirus lockdown breach.
A seaside hospital has ‘temporarily’ stopped accepting new patients, including to its A&E department, due to a ‘high number’ of patients with coronavirus in the hospital.