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New York COVID-19 deaths see record rise as Governor warns of ventilator crisis
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced he was signing an executive order that meant all ventilators from private hospitals and institutions not in use must be seized and redeployed to help coronavirus patients
Government says 'no evidence' wearing face masks affects coronavirus spread
The official advice from Downing Street is that Brits should not wear face masks despite the protective wear growing in popularity in the UK as fears grow over deadly Covid-19
Thousands of couples face losing out on £10k bereavement benefits amid Covid-19
It’s two months since the High Court ruled it was unfair to deny unmarried couples the benefit - yet campaigners are still waiting for action
Family's agony as man 'takes own life after struggling with self isolation'
Daniel Furniss, 34, died after struggling with the lockdown at his home in Waterlooville, Hampshire, his family say. He had diabetes and was classed as a high-risk person
'Coronavirus shows why it is vital to keep free TV licences for the over-75s'
The pandemic has shown just how vital the BBC is - not only bringing our country together through brilliant telly, but also keeping everyone up to date with government advice
Man who used false passports to abduct child for nine months jailed
Rafael Cabello, 44, took the child on the morning of March 2 last year before boarding a flight at a nearby airport
Fresh plea to save free TV licences for over-75s as Britain battles coronavirus
EXCLUSIVE: Shadow Culture Secretary Tracy Brabin urged the Government to honour its 2017 manifesto pledge to preserve the lifeline
Nan, 99, oldest in UK to recover from Covid-19 'thanks to marmalade sandwiches'
Rita Reynolds, was told to expect the worst, but against all odds she has fought back and recovered from the virus, meanwhile a street in Chester dances everyday to keep spirits up
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Coronavirus: Staying home this weekend 'not a request', UK told
People are told to stay at home this weekend in honour of two nurses who died with coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Nightingale Hospital opens at London's ExCel centre
It comes as the Queen will address the nation on Sunday, as the number of deaths rises to 3,602.
Coronavirus: Nurse Areema Nasreen dies with Covid-19
The mother-of-three died at Walsall Manor Hospital, while a second nurse has also died in Kent.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson stays isolated with mild symptoms
Boris Johnson had been due to come out of self-isolation but is continuing to work from home.
Premier League to ask players to take 30% wage cut
Premier League clubs will ask players to take a 30% wage cut as it is announced the season will not resume from 30 April.
BBC offers biggest online education push 'in its history'
Schoolchildren will be offered online videos, quizzes, podcasts and articles on core subjects.
Blackpool rail delay compensation scammer jailed
Thomas Ingram targeted nine different train companies to fund a "'lavish" lifestyle, a court hears.
Teachers to grade students for cancelled exams
Teachers' predictions will be used for grades in exams stopped by the coronavirus outbreak.
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European stocks end lower as COVID-19 economic toll becomes clearer
European shares ended down on Friday, closing the week lower as dismal business activity data heralded a deep economic and earnings recession due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Global stocks edge lower on economic toll from coronavirus; oil rallies
Global stock markets sank on Friday following more signs that the COVID-19 pandemic would take a massive toll on economic growth, while oil prices continued to rally on hopes of a cut to global supply.
Premier League to push players for 30% wage cut, restart date on hold
The Premier League has said its clubs will consult with their players over a proposed 30% reduction in wages and the suspended season would only resume when it was "safe and appropriate".
UK car sector warns: supply companies need cash immediately
Britain's car sector needs immediate cash and the government should introduce measures to support suppliers, some of which only have enough money to handle the coronavirus crisis for weeks not months, the head of the main trade bo
Trump drops idea of New York lockdown as U.S. death count crosses 2,000
President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he would issue a travel warning for the hard-hit New York area to limit the spread of the coronavirus, backing off from an earlier suggestion that he might try to cut off the region ent
Trump to host Big Oil execs at White House to discuss market slump
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with oil company executives at the White House on Friday afternoon to discuss a historic oil-price slump threatening their businesses, brought on by the coronavirus outbreak and a Saudi-Russia
PM Johnson stays in coronavirus isolation with mild symptoms
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday he was remaining in isolation with mild symptoms of COVID-19, including a high temperature, seven days after he first tested positive for the new coronavirus which causes the res
Man United to give 30% of pay to NHS, PL skippers hold talks
Manchester United players will donate 30% of their wages to local hospitals and health services in the first major coronavirus gesture from a full Premier League squad.
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So should we be wearing face masks? Health Secretary Matt Hancock says advice hasn't changed
Health Secretary Matt Hancock today said the UK would not change its approach because he claims there is little evidence to show the masks shield people from catching the virus.

UK's top medical experts issue plea for more volunteers to take part in coronavirus drug trials
NHS England medical director Professor Stephen Powis and the UK's chief medical officers, Chris Whitty and Jonathan Van-Tam (shown) penned an open letter to doctors today.

Coronavirus US: New York state deaths hit 2,935 after 562 rise
The coronavirus death toll across the state of New York has risen by 562 in just 24 hours, bringing the total number of victims to 2,935, and the number of infections has gone past 100,000. 

Billionaire founder of Zoom offloads more than $38M of company stock
CEO and founder of Zoom Video Communication Eric Yuan, 50, along with several senior executives sold millions of dollars' worth of their shares in the company.

Father said ' I can't keep fighting' hours before succumbing to coronavirus
Father-of-two Ryan Storrie, 45 - from Ardrossan, Ayrshire - suffered from Asthma. Mr Storrie's wife Hilary found him dead in his bed the morning after he said 'I can't keep fighting'.

Data shows 3.4MILLION travelers from future COVID-19 hotspots poured into US before pandemic erupted
New data shows that nearly 3.4 million travelers entered the U.S. during December, January, and February when the outbreak was taking a foothold and ahead of officials' concerns.

Debenhams could file for administration NEXT WEEK
Britain's Debenhams, once the country's biggest department store group, could file for administration as soon as next week in a bid to protect its business from creditors during the pandemic.

Tamara and Petra Ecclestone reveal they are 'delighted' at ex-F1 boss Bernie becoming father aged 89
The British sisters, 35 and 31, have not said anything on social media but their representatives confirmed they were happy for the couple.


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