The latest news and information about COVID-19 for kidney patients
The most recent Covid-19 developments and information for kidney patients.
We are disappointed by the Government announcement that they will not be purchasing the drug Evusheld, which is licensed for the prevention of Covid. If you are severely immunosuppressed, please help us contribute to the NICE appraisal of Evusheld by sharing your experience.
Things to consider about travelling abroad and in the UK with CKD, including Dialysis Away from Base (DAFB).
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New antibody treatments are being developed to reduce the risk of people becoming seriously ill from Covid-19. We answer kidney patients' questions about Evusheld, a treatment developed for pre-exposure prevention
Bow explains her experiences of catching Covid-19 for a second time and how antiviral tablets aided her recovery
Kidney Care UK is baffled by the decision to close the programme in England
Patient groups, charities and clinicians have united to raise awareness of half a million vulnerable people, many of whose lives have never returned to normal after the Covid-19 lockdown.
Charity deluged by supporters having issues accessing vaccine they are eligible for – new guidance being issued
Kidney Care UK and Blood Cancer UK seeking to protect thousands of immunocompromised people across the UK