June 14, 2022
We’re very excited to announce a new partnership with the NHS-Galleri cancer trial. ZOE Health Study Contributors who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to take part in a new trial helping to detect cancer early and save lives.
June 1, 2022
We’re introducing a brand new way of reporting in the ZOE Health Study app which will take into account how you usually feel. We’re still tracking COVID symptoms, tests and vaccines but this new way of reporting goes beyond this to examine your daily, general health.
February 24, 2022
The best way to contribute to the ZOE COVID Study is to log a quick health report every day. Read tips on how to fit logging into your daily routine and why it’s still important as ever to track your symptoms and COVID tests.
October 7, 2021
Back in July, we updated our data methodology to minimise the impact of diminishing numbers of unvaccinated contributors. With unvaccinated users disappearing from our study, we’ve found a solution to continue predicting case numbers for the whole country.
August 20, 2021
Your data helped to show that loss of smell (anosmia) was a key symptom of COVID-19 earlier in the pandemic. Here’s why it’s still worth watching out for any changes in smell or taste, especially if you don’t have access to testing.
July 15, 2021
According to ZOE COVID Study incidence figures, it is estimated that among unvaccinated people in the UK there are currently 17,581 new daily symptomatic cases of COVID on average, based on PCR test data from up to five days ago [*]. A decrease of 22% from 22,638 last week.
June 17, 2021
According to ZOE COVID Study figures, it is estimated that among unvaccinated people in the UK there are currently 12,830 new daily symptomatic cases of COVID on average, based on PCR test data from up to five days ago [*].
June 10, 2021
In our latest webinar, our experts discuss how COVID-19 has affected our mental health and discuss some of the tactics you can use to help your wellbeing as the effects of pandemic drag on.
June 1, 2021
We’ve been awarded further grant funding from the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) to help us continue our essential work into COVID-19 and beyond. None of this would have been possible without our amazing contributors.