Tracing is ‘every country’s top requirement’, says WHO envoy 15 May 2020, Katie Coyne And if testing is not available, using symptoms to aid tracing ‘better than nothing’. Agriculture Bill amendment to ensure high food standards post-Brexit is defeated 15 May 2020, Katie Coyne But level of support among MPs encouraging, says policy expert. English council leaders reject government’s ‘stay alert’ messaging 15 May 2020, Katie Coyne Gateshead and Newcastle join devolved nations in arguing that local situations aren’t being taken into account. FSA issues guidance on reopening for food businesses 14 May 2020, Katie Coyne Advice aims to help businesses change the way they operate during pandemic. ‘Tidal wave’ of evictions expected after lockdown unless action is taken 12 May 2020, Katie Coyne Renters’ unions highlight lack of protection for tenants. Isle of Man intends to test, trace – and keep borders closed 12 May 2020, Katie Coyne Island has forged own path through coronavirus crisis and now looks at easing lockdown. ‘The whole thing needs ramping up’, says leading bacteriologist on testing 12 May 2020, Katie Coyne Expert calls for more tests, faster turnarounds and more EHP involvement before lockdown can be eased. AI diagnostics predict COVID-19 without testing 12 May 2020, Katie Coyne UK and US researchers use mathematical model to diagnose coronavirus with 80% accuracy ‘We should just crack on’: views on the new contact tracing app 05 May 2020, Katie Coyne EHN Extra tracked down supporters of (and detractors from) the app as it starts to be trialled on the Isle of Wight. EHPs call for the right resources to do their jobs 05 May 2020, Katie Coyne Local authority officers are rightly key to contact tracing and business reopening, but concerns remain over capacity.