This week sponsored stories in England provide further information about the NHS Test and Trace service, while in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland the emphasis is on keeping fit this summer.
As more and more of the country begins to return to normal, staying vigilant and doing our part to fight against the spread of the virus is becoming more and more important.
The NHS Test and Trace service, which launched at the end of May in England, is one way in which the government has been focussed on identifying, containing and controlling the spread of the virus across the country.
In this third instalment on the test and trace service, readers are given an insight into the work and experiences of the test and tracers themselves.
The Daily Mail interviews Atif Hussain, a locum optometrist before the pandemic hit who now works in a specialist team of test and tracers who are on hand when towns and cities are forced back into lockdown. He speaks about how the service isn’t just there to find out who you’ve spent time with, but to also offer support and information about services that can help while in quarantine.
In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland the emphasis this week is on getting fit for summer. With case studies from locals and businesses on how getting fit is still possible during the lockdown and an essential part of keeping physically and mentally healthy.
As part of the campaign the Scottish Sun spoke to personal trainer and mother of three, Charlie Smith. Charlie talks about how families can get fitter over the summer without even realising, emphasising how something as simple as going for a walk can have massive benefits. She also talks about mixing up routes and locations to keep things interesting and exciting for kids.
National and local news brands will continue to run branded content over the coming days with further information on Test and Trace as well as the Get Fit for Summer campaign.
The sponsored stories are part of an advertising partnership launched between the government and newspaper industry, aimed at keeping the public safe and nation united throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stay to up to date with the latest news from the “All in, all together” campaign here