The Department of Health & Social Care (DHS) published some Operational guidance this month to help support the requirement to be double-vaccinated against COVID-19 when entering a care home (unless exempt), effective from 11 November 2021.
Updates to the NHS Test and Trace in the workplace guidance have recently been made to reflect the Government's decision to roll out daily contact testing for workers in essential services, as an alternative to self-isolation.
To say it has been quite an 18 months is an understatement. The life sciences industry was hit hard in parts, with a pausing of clinical trials, investment in start-ups and prioritisation on COVID-19 treatments.
Following the Government's announcement that 'step four' of the coronavirus lockdown will be delayed until 19 July 2021, to control the spread of the Delta variant, we explore the key implications for charity employers.
With the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions across the UK, many students have or will be returning to university campuses, with COVID-19 testing likely to form an integral part of university procedures.
A Barder event is an unforeseen event which invalidates the fundamental basis on which a financial remedy order has been made. If this situation occurs, an application can be made to the Court asking for the order to be revisited.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was extended until 30 September 2021. Since our last article, some minor changes have been made to the various CJRS guidance notes, with the updates and links to the guidance outlined below.