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Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 7,097 with 938 daily fatalities3h Updated Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 7,097 with 938 daily fatalities
Daily Mail
Number 10's deputy chief scientific adviser Professor Angela McLean reassured Britons the coronavirus outbreak was not 'out of control', pointing to the figures showing a drop in hospital admissions.
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5h Updated A visual guide to the outbreak
BBC
Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.
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5h Updated Coronavirus: US records highest death toll in single day
BBC
More than 1,800 deaths were recorded on Tuesday including that of influential folk singer John Prine.
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5h Updated Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?
BBC
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
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6h Updated Coronavirus: How England lags behind other UK nations on testing
BBC
Official data suggests testing in England has been slower than in Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.
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6h Proper rest and protect your lungs: doctors on what you should really do for your health right now
The Guardian
There is a lot of confusion about how to protect yourself from illness – and what to do if do you contract the virus. Here is the expert advice
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Coronavirus vaccine could be ready in SIX MONTHS, Oxford University researchers say6h Updated Coronavirus vaccine could be ready in SIX MONTHS, Oxford University researchers say
Daily Mail
Oxford University researchers are confident they can roll out a jab for the incurable disease within the next eight months. This 'best case scenario' is much sooner than previously touted.
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7h Updated Coronavirus: Are dentists open during the lockdown?
BBC
The British Dental Association says dentists are being bombarded by calls from patients in pain.
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7h Updated From vitamin C to breathing exercises: doctors on what you should really do for your health right now
The Guardian
There is a lot of confusion about how to protect yourself from illness – and what to do if do you contract the virus. Here is the expert advice
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Italy begins testing medical staff for signs of coronavirus immunity8h Italy begins testing medical staff for signs of coronavirus immunity
Daily Mail
The northern regions of Veneto and Emilia-Romagna are hoping to issue 'licences' to return to work for people who are shown to be immune.
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Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 7,095 with 936 daily fatalities8h Updated Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 7,095 with 936 daily fatalities
Daily Mail
Today's statistics come as Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains in intensive care in London and authorities say it may be another 10 days or more until the UK outbreak hits its peak.
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Coronavirus: Scientists predict UK worst-hit, with 66,000 deaths8h Updated Coronavirus: Scientists predict UK worst-hit, with 66,000 deaths
Daily Mail
Researchers at the University of Washington say approximately 151,680 people are likely to die from the virus across Europe - and more than 44 per cent of these deaths will be in Britain alone.
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9h Coronavirus: Who is currently being tested for Covid-19 and when will tests become available for everyone?
The Independent
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab recently insisted government is still on track to deliver 100,000 tests a day in the coming weeks
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Private clinics are to provide NHS cancer treatment9h Updated Private clinics are to provide NHS cancer treatment
Daily Mail
It is estimated that the three private clinic networks - Rutherford Health, Genesis Care and HCA UK - could treat an estimated 5,000 patients per month.
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Nurse, 70, who served 44 years with the NHS dies from coronavirus10h Updated Nurse, 70, who served 44 years with the NHS dies from coronavirus
Daily Mail
A 'completely dedicated' nurse who served the NHS for 44 years has died from the coronavirus, as its announced a doctor treating patients also succumbed to the disease in London.
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Coronavirus: UK deaths occurring every TWO MINUTES10h Coronavirus: UK deaths occurring every TWO MINUTES
Daily Mail
Figures show the trust with the leading number of victims in England is University Hospitals Birmingham, with 263 deaths so far, followed by several trusts in London.
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10h Coronavirus: Covid-19 detecting apps run into privacy issues
BBC
Researchers at two leading universities take different approaches to creating cough-analysing tools.
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11h Fearne Cotton opens up on experiencing 'first panic attack in months' during lockdown
The Independent
'I'm putting it out there for those who experience the same yet feel alone,' presenter says
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11h Updated Coronavirus: How does testing compare across the UK nations?
BBC
Official data suggests testing in England has been slower than in Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.
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12h Calls to domestic abuse helpline surge by over 100 per cent in single day
The Independent
Refuge says it has seen a 25 per cent increase in calls overall since lockdown began
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12h Sanity, stability and stress-relief: why our beloved pets have never been more important
The Guardian
They are time-keepers, normality-bringers and playthings. Here’s the science behind how cats and dogs help support our mental health
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13h The truth about self-care: how isolation has changed the way I look after myself
The Guardian
Enforced solitude has been a wake-up call. I have invested time in cooking, rummaging around in nature and connecting with other people
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13h Coronavirus: What do people with asthma need to know?
The Independent
New guidelines from NICE offer tips to those with asthma
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13h Coronavirus: How to tell the difference between hay fever and Covid-19 symptoms
The Independent
Met Office has said tree pollen count will reach moderate to high levels this week
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14h Coronavirus: BAME groups more likely to be worse affected by Covid-19 than white people
The Independent
'This is a signal and it needs to be looked at more carefully,' says professor
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15h The inner critic: how to silence the negative thoughts that emerge in solitude
The Guardian
It’s always there, isn’t it, a voice that drones on and on, telling you you are no good. But with a little effort, you can see that voice for what it is – and the benefits are endless Solitude can be painful. The silence, the loneliness, the absence of mental stimulation from social interaction – and for many, enduring time alone with your thoughts. If you’re struggling with this during the lockdown period, ironically you’re not alone. One study from psychologists at Virginia and Harvard universities
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15h Updated World Parkinson's Day: What are the symptoms of the condition and how can it be treated?
The Independent
Earlier this year musician Ozzy Osborne opened up about his battle with Parkinson's, describing the previous year as 'hell'
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15h Updated National Siblings Day: How did the annual event begin and where is it celebrated?
The Independent
Brothers and sisters, it's time to squash your family feuds for a day of mutual appreciation
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15h Updated Coronavirus: Testing and why it matters
BBC
What are the tests for coronavirus and how do they work?
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15h Updated Coronavirus: Which 'essential shops' are open and can you still order takeaways?
The Independent
Boris Johnson recently announced closure of all shops that sell non-essential items
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15h Updated Coronavirus: What measures have UK supermarkets put in place to encourage social distancing?
The Independent
Waitrose recently announced it is implementing measures to ensure customers practise social distancing
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15h Updated Coronavirus panic-buying: As supermarkets ration items, should customers be stockpiling?
The Independent
'We understand your concerns but buying more than is needed can sometimes mean that others will be left without,' says British Retail Consortium
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15h Updated 'If anyone tells you a date they're using a crystal ball': When can we really expect coronavirus to end?
The Independent
Boris Johnson has told over 70s and those with underlying health conditions to self-isolate for 12 weeks, but will coronavirus really be over by then? Sophie Gallagher asks the experts
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15h Updated How to stay motivated to workout from home, according to experts
The Independent
Former Olympic athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill and Chris Hemsworth's personal trainer Luke Zocchi share their top tips
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15h Updated Coronavirus: Why do people seem to feel groggy and tired during lockdown?
The Independent
'Most of us will be feeling a degree of anxiety and it is likely to affect the quality and duration of our sleep,' psychiatrist says
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15h Updated Coronavirus tips: Should you take paracetamol rather than ibuprofen to treat symptoms?
The Independent
The French health minister warned against people with Covid-19 taking ibuprofen
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15h Updated Coronavirus: How to be productive when you have to work from home
The Independent
Boris Johnson says everyone should work from home where possible
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15h Updated Coronavirus: Can your dog or cat get Covid-19 and can you catch it from your pet?
The Independent
A dog in Hong Kong, whose owner was infected, tested 'weak positive' for the virus
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15h Updated Coronavirus: Can latex gloves protect you from catching deadly virus?
The Independent
WHO says the best way to prevent spread is to wash your hands frequently with alcohol gel or soap and water
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16h Updated Coronavirus tips: How worried should pregnant women be about coronavirus?
The Independent
As the UK experiences increasing numbers of coronavirus deaths, should pregnant women be worried about the risk to their unborn baby?
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16h Updated Coronavirus: What is the difference between Covid-19 and the common cold and flu?
The Independent
Covid-19 shares many of the same symptoms as the cold and flu but is far more deadly, health officials say
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16h Updated Coronavirus: How to manage your mental health during self-isolation
The Independent
As the government announces further social distancing measures, how should people maintain good mental health in long periods of self-isolation?
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16h Coronavirus: From yoga to Barry's Bootcamp — best exercise classes on Zoom, Instagram and YouTube
The Independent
Thousands of children recently joined fitness instructor Joe Wicks for a live-streamed PE session
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16h Updated Coronavirus: How to keep children healthy, happy and learning during school closures
The Independent
Schools have shut for all children except those whose parents are considered key workers
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16h Updated Coronavirus: How to work from home when you have children
The Independent
'It's going to be a challenge with some bumps but together we can do it!', says author and parenting blogger Emma Conway
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16h Updated Coronavirus: What is self-isolation and who needs to do it?
The Independent
Thousands of people have been told to stay indoors and avoid contact with the wider community
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16h Updated Coronavirus: Why are loss of smell and taste reportedly symptoms of Covid-19?
The Independent
Health minister Nadine Dorries recently said she lost sense of taste and smell as a result of the coronavirus
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Coronavirus death rate lower in countries using old BCG vaccine16h Coronavirus death rate lower in countries using old BCG vaccine
Daily Mail
In the UK, all schoolchildren between ten and 14 were injected with the vaccine between 1953 and 2005 but only the most at-risk now get the jab.
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16h Coronavirus: Oxford junior doctors keep video diaries
BBC
Junior doctors Emma and Adam are becoming doctors a year early to help with the coronavirus crisis.
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Food rich in vitamin D such as cheese and oily fish is good for the heart, research shows20h Food rich in vitamin D such as cheese and oily fish is good for the heart, research shows
Daily Mail
Lovers of cheese, eggs and oily fish are in luck, after Scientists discovered that the foods may protect against a heart attack or stroke, with the benefits being much more marked in men than women.
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24h Coronavirus: What happens in an intensive care unit?
BBC
As Boris Johnson continues to be treated for coronavirus in an ICU, we take a look at how they work.
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24h Coronavirus: Mental health hotline for NHS staff
BBC
Health workers can call or text the free number to get support and advice during the coronavirus pandemic.
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