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New cases plateau ahead of Freedom Day
July 15, 2021
According to ZOE COVID Study incidence figures, it is estimated that among unvaccinated people in the UK there are currently 17,581 new daily symptomatic cases of COVID on average, based on PCR test data from up to five days ago [*]. A decrease of 22% from 22,638 last week.
Vaccines hold back the tide as latest wave shows signs of approaching peak
June 17, 2021
According to ZOE COVID Study figures, it is estimated that among unvaccinated people in the UK there are currently 12,830 new daily symptomatic cases of COVID on average, based on PCR test data from up to five days ago [*].
Cases rising rapidly among those with incomplete vaccinations
June 10, 2021
According to ZOE COVID Study figures, it is estimated there are currently 11,908 new symptomatic cases of COVID in the UK on average, based on PCR test data from up to five days ago. This compares to 5,677 daily cases a week ago, an increase of 110%.
How has the pandemic affected our mental health? And does having the virus impact mental wellbeing?
June 10, 2021
In our latest webinar, our experts discuss how COVID-19 has affected our mental health and discuss some of the tactics you can use to help your wellbeing as the effects of pandemic drag on.
ZOE’s COVID Study awarded extra funds to continue critical work
June 1, 2021
We’ve been awarded further grant funding from the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) to help us continue our essential work into COVID-19 and beyond. None of this would have been possible without our amazing contributors.
Are sharks being killed for COVID vaccines? Does the vaccine contain monkey cells? And will it alter your genes? We tackle the most common COVID-19 vaccine myths
March 30, 2021
We bring you the scientific facts behind some of the myths, misconceptions and misinformation circulating about the COVID-19 vaccines.
People don't know classic COVID symptoms, even when they have them
March 17, 2021
A quarter of people with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 don’t get tested and 40% of survey respondents could not identify the three ‘classic’ COVID symptoms of persistent cough, fever, or loss or change in sense of smell, according to a new study submitted to a major journal.
How do the Pfizer and Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines compare? And how do they affect different people?
March 8, 2021
In our latest vaccine webinar, our experts compare the effectiveness and after effects of the two current UK COVID-19 vaccines and discuss how different people respond to the jab.
Feeling unwell? It could be COVID-19, so get a test
February 17, 2021
There are many potential symptoms of COVID-19 in addition to cough, fever and loss of smell (anosmia). If you start feeling newly unwell, you should get a COVID test to check if you’re infected and help bring the pandemic to an end.
Are the vaccines working? What after effects are people experiencing? We reveal our first findings
February 9, 2021
For the past month, people have been logging their vaccines in the ZOE COVID Symptom Study app. We look at initial data about how vaccination is impacting COVID-19 positivity rates and what after effects people experience.
Vaccine after effects more common in those who already had COVID
February 4, 2021
People who have had a previous COVID-19 infection are almost twice as likely to experience one or more mild whole body (systemic) after effects compared to people who didn’t have COVID-19 (33% vs 19%) from a Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine dose.
No evidence for changes in symptoms from new coronavirus variant
February 2, 2021
The latest analysis of symptom data gathered from the ZOE COVID Symptom Study app shows no significant differences in COVID-19 symptom type, severity, or duration of the disease caused by the new B.1.1.7 coronavirus variant.
COVID is trending down
January 15, 2021
According to the ZOE COVID Symptom Study UK Infection Survey figures, there are currently, 53,528 daily new symptomatic cases of COVID in the UK on average, based on swab tests data from up to five days ago [*]. This compares to 69,958 daily new symptomatic cases a week ago, a de