1. UK public 'too relaxed' about COVID-19 as meeting rules 'could be tightened'  The Sun
  2. Coronavirus: UK case rises are 'concerning', says minister  BBC News
  3. Public 'too relaxed' over Covid-19, says Van Tam as he warns 'coronavirus has not gone away'  The Telegraph
  4. Fears Britons abandoning social distancing as COVID-19 cases jump  Al Jazeera English
  5. Coronavirus: Rise in UK cases a great concern, Van Tam says  BBC News
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Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick joins scientists in urging caution after a rise in Covid-19 cases.Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick joins scientists in urging caution after a rise in Covid-19 cases.

Coronavirus: UK case rises are 'concerning', says minister - BBC News

With nearly 3,000 new infections per day, health authorities warn against adopting a relaxed attitude. With nearly 3,000 new infections per day, health authorities warn against adopting a relaxed attitude.

Fears Britons abandoning social distancing as COVID-19 cases jump | News | Al Jazeera

“People have relaxed too much... this is a continuing threat to us."“People have relaxed too much... this is a continuing threat to us."

Minister warns 'don't kill your gran' after concerning Covid change - Hull Live

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has said there is 'great concern' over the steep rise in cases over the last few days and warned the country faces ' bumpy ride' ahead Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has said there is 'great concern' over the steep rise in cases over the last few days and warned the country faces ' bumpy ride' ahead

UK 'relaxed too much about coronavirus' over summer and now cases are soaring - Mirror Online

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<p>Ministers examine significant cut to current limit of 30 – but are yet to decide on new restriction&nbsp;</p><p>Ministers examine significant cut to current limit of 30 – but are yet to decide on new restriction&nbsp;</p>

Coronavirus: Government likely to cut number of people allowed to gather at home as Covid rates increase | Independent

Covid-19 means Britain faces an uncertain six months with deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam claiming Brits have been "too relaxed" this summer over coronavirus Covid-19 means Britain faces an uncertain six months with deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam claiming Brits have been "too relaxed" this summer over coronavirus

Coronavirus puts Christmas in jeopardy as UK faces 'bumpy ride over next few months' - Daily Star

MORE than 200 students and three teachers at a school in Wales have been forced to self-isolate after a positive coronavirus case. Year Seven pupils at Bryntirion Comprehensive, Bridgend, were forc…

More than 200 pupils and 3 teachers forced to self-isolate after coronavirus case at school

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said the rising number of cases was of great concern.Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said the rising number of cases was of great concern.

Take Covid-19 seriously again or face a bumpy ride, says senior health official | Jersey Evening Post

England's deputy chief medical officer said the rise in the number of coronavirus cases was of great concern and people had "relaxed too much" over the summer.England's deputy chief medical officer said the rise in the number of coronavirus cases was of great concern and people had "relaxed too much" over the summer.

Rising UK coronavirus cases of great concern, senior medical officer says - Reuters

Under the government's current guidance, only groups from two different households should socialise indoorsUnder the government's current guidance, only groups from two different households should socialise indoors

Number of households able to meet indoors set to be cut as coronavirus cases rise - Chronicle Live

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said on Monday that the public had 'relaxed too much' over the summer and described the rising number of cases as of 'great concern'.Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said on Monday that the public had 'relaxed too much' over the summer and described the rising number of cases as of 'great concern'.

Deputy Chief Medical officer warns Britain faces 'a bumpy ride over the next few months' | Daily Mail Online

THERE are reports the number of people who can legally gather in a house in England will be drastically cut to try to stop another coronavirus spike.THERE are reports the number of people who can legally gather in a house in England will be drastically cut to try to stop another coronavirus spike.

Reports suggest household gathering limit is set to be cut amid Covid-19 spike | Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Dr David Nabarro from the World Health Organisation told Sky News "there are going to be more spikes" and some "surges of cases".Dr David Nabarro from the World Health Organisation told Sky News "there are going to be more spikes" and some "surges of cases".

Coronavirus: Spike in cases after people 'relaxed too much' and second wave 'is coming', health experts warn | UK News | Sky News

THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in East Lancashire and across England looks set to be cut as the government seeks to… THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in East Lancashire and across England looks set to be cut as the government seeks to…

Coronavirus: Government warns household gatherings limit to be reduced | Lancashire Telegraph

Chief Medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam has expressed concern after a sharp rise in confirmed cases in the UK Chief Medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam has expressed concern after a sharp rise in confirmed cases in the UK

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam explains why we should be worried about soaring coronavirus infection rates - even if hospital admissions are low - Manchester Evening News

Dr David Nabarro from the World Health Organisation says "there are going to be more spikes" and some "surges of cases"Dr David Nabarro from the World Health Organisation says "there are going to be more spikes" and some "surges of cases"

Spike in cases after people 'relaxed too much' and second wave 'is coming', health experts warn - MyJoyOnline.com

Prof John Edmunds said the UK is entering a 'risky period'.Prof John Edmunds said the UK is entering a 'risky period'.

Coronavirus cases 'increasing exponentially', warns scientist

A sharp rise in coronavirus cases is a "great concern" and a sign that people have relaxed too much, England's deputy chief medic has said.

Deputy chief medic says COVID-19 infections rise is 'great concern'

Comments from Robert Jenrick come amid stricter measures for parts of Scotland and WalesComments from Robert Jenrick come amid stricter measures for parts of Scotland and Wales

All of UK facing 'big burden' to prevent second Covid wave, warns minister | UK news | The Guardian

Coronavirus must be taken very seriously again or the UK will face “a bumpy ride over the next few months”, a deputy chief medical officer has… Coronavirus must be taken very seriously again or the UK will face “a bumpy ride over the next few months”, a deputy chief medical officer has…

The latest covid update for Swindon on September 8 | Swindon Advertiser

Soaring number of cases raises prospect countries could add Britain to their travel restriction listsSoaring number of cases raises prospect countries could add Britain to their travel restriction lists

Public 'too relaxed' about virus, warns deputy chief medic as infections rise

Professor Johnathan Van Tam said the past two days, where the number of coronavirus cases has risen significantly, was a "great concern."Professor Johnathan Van Tam said the past two days, where the number of coronavirus cases has risen significantly, was a "great concern."

Rise in coronavirus cases a 'great concern', deputy chief medical officer warns | ITV News

Scientists and politicians have issued a rallying cry for people to remember to maintain social distancing and keep washing their hands and wearing face coverings where necessary following a rise in coronavirus cases.Scientists and politicians have issued a rallying cry for people to remember to maintain social distancing and keep washing their hands and wearing face coverings where necessary following a rise in coronavirus cases.

Brits told to maintain Covid-19 safety rules after rise in cases - LBC

The figure will be reduced from 30 according to reportsThe figure will be reduced from 30 according to reports

Number of people able to meet indoors set to be cut as coronavirus cases rise - Teesside Live

THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in England is set to be cut as the government seeks to combat a spike in coronavirus… THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in England is set to be cut as the government seeks to combat a spike in coronavirus…

Coronavirus: Household gathering limit will be reduced in UK | Gazette

The public must start taking coronavirus “very seriously again” after people “relaxed too much” over the summer, England's deputy chief medical officer has warned. Professor Jonathan Van Tam said the recent surge in infections was of “great concern” and the UK faced "a bumpy ride over the next few months" if cases continued to rise.The public must start taking coronavirus “very seriously again” after people “relaxed too much” over the summer, England's deputy chief medical officer has warned. Professor Jonathan Van Tam said the

Deputy Chief Medical Officer warns people 'need to start taking coronavirus very seriously again' after surge in infections | London Evening Standard

A British government minister said on Tuesday that a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country was concerning and he called on people to ...A British government minister said on Tuesday that a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country was concerning and he called on people to ...

UK minister says growing number of COVID-19 cases is concerning - CNA

England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer said the level of compliance with restrictions ‘is very variable indeed’.England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van-Tam said he has 'great concern' over the rapid rise in the number of new UK cases.

Coronavirus UK: Jonathan Van Tam 'people are too relaxed' as cases rise | Metro News

The latest "big change" in coronavirus infections across the UK is of "great concern", England's deputy chief medical officer has warned.The latest "big change" in coronavirus infections across the UK is of "great concern", England's deputy chief medical officer has warned.

Covid-19: Rise in UK cases a great concern | RNZ News

British ministers and medics are urging the public to get serious again about the coronavirus after a sharp rise in infections raised fears the outbreak was s...British ministers and medics are urging the public to get serious again about the coronavirus after a sharp rise in infections raised fears the outbreak was s...

'Don't kill your gran' - UK COVID warning | Yass Tribune | Yass, NSW

THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in England is set to be cut as the government seeks to combat a spike in coronavirus… THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in England is set to be cut as the government seeks to combat a spike in coronavirus…

Coronavirus: Household gathering limit will be reduced in UK | Watford Observer

THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in England is set to be cut as the government seeks to combat a spike in coronavirus… THE maximum number of people who can legally gather indoors in England is set to be cut as the government seeks to combat a spike in coronavirus…

Coronavirus: Household gathering limit will be reduced in UK | Echo

“People have relaxed too much... this is a continuing threat to us."“People have relaxed too much... this is a continuing threat to us."

Minister warns 'don't kill your gran' after concerning Covid change - Lincolnshire Live

The British government faced pressure Tuesday to act fast to keep a lid on coronavirus infections after a sharp spike in new cases across the U.K. over recent days stoked concerns about the pandemic's prospective path during winter.The British government faced pressure Tuesday to act fast to keep a lid on coronavirus infections after a sharp spike in new cases across the U.K. over recent days stoked concerns about the pandemic's prospective path during winter.

U.K. virus concerns mount following big increase in new cases | CTV News

“People have relaxed too much... this is a continuing threat to us."“People have relaxed too much... this is a continuing threat to us."

Minister warns 'don't kill your gran' after concerning Covid change - Kent Live