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Research and resources week commencing 11 January 2021Research and resources week commencing 11 January 2021

The University of Bristol, working with international experts, have published a guide outlining how to communicate effectively about the COVID-19 vaccine. You can access the guide here or read the press release here.

A study by Public Health England's SIREN has shown that past COVID-19 infection provides some immunity for several months following the first infection. However, those with immunity may still be able to carry or transmit the infection.

ADASS have called for an immediate cash injection and new recruits for social care as absence from work increases due to the pandemic.

DWP have prodeced a video explaining the Tell Us Once service which makes the process of bereaved persons reporting the death of a loved one to government departments more straightforward (this applies in England, Scotland and Wales).

House of Commons Library: COVID-19 vaccine roll-out: frequently asked questions

Skills for Care are running an online eveny on 28 January about practical collaboration during COVID-19: working together to support adults with learning disabilities. Find out more

The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee have published a report sugggesting that government action could improve health in old age.

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