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Coronavirus lockdown rules stop teenagers mourning dead friend at her funeral


Holly’s family asked her friends to wear pink for her, in lieu of being able to attend the funeral

Family fear for mum’s life after chest cancer operation axed due to coronavirus


EXCLUSIVE: Diane Paterson, 54, has had her thymoma cancer surgery cancelled despite the tumour continuing to grow and her family worries their case suggests the NHS is hitting tipping point

Inside new coronavirus makeshift hospital ‘NHS Nightingale’ built by defence force


Army engineers have been working with NHS staff to help turn East London’s ExCel centre into an emergency hospital

Volunteers send food to exhausted NHS staff caring for coronavirus patients


A group from London have set up a charity which provides much-needed provisions to staff working long hours as the UK’s battle with coronavirus continues

Boots opens drive-thru coronavirus testing centre for NHS workers


Volunteers from Boots have helped to set the facility up at the site of the company’s head office in Nottingham

Frontline NHS heroes in England to begin coronavirus testing this weekend


Doctors and nurses fighting the Covid-19 battle in England’s hospitals will be undergoing coronavirus testing starting from this weekend and ambulance paramedics will be next

Cystic fibrosis sufferer, 21, beats coronavirus and issues message of hope


Daniel James-Lacey McInerney, from London, was terrified when he tested positive for coronavirus Covid-19 – but after two weeks of hospital treatment and home quarantine, he has now beaten the virus

Coronavirus victims in the UK could be ‘buried in mass graves’ if death toll surges

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Local authorities could face bottlenecks in issuing death certificates, providing funeral services and even mortuary space if coronavirus deaths keep spiralling, academics assert

Top games to keep you and your family busy during the coronavirus lockdown

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Staying entertained during the lockdown can be daunting after you’ve burnt through all your boxsets. Here’s a short list of family friendly games to spend quality time with your family

Boris Johnson accused of coronavirus ‘nonchalance’ as MPs fear who will be next


Concerns have been raised after the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty – who are leading the fight against Covid-19 – all fell ill with coronavirus symptoms

Coronavirus: Hero nurse waited five hours in A&E with sick man who crashed into her car

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Mental health nurse Lucy Duncan, 24, from Atherton, called 999 after a pensioner with suspected coronavirus revealed he hadn’t eaten for a week after bumping her car

Coronavirus: New York ‘like Italy’ with 46,000 infections and ‘apocalyptic’ hospitals


Doctors in New York City say they are “besieged” as the US becomes the centre of the coronavirus pandemic, overtaking Italy and China in recording the highest number of cases

Coronavirus UK lockdown could get ‘even tougher’ for people when outbreak peaks


Even more draconian lockdown measures may be needed next month if the UK’s coronavirus death toll – which hit 759 yesterday – continues to rise, a government adviser has said

Coronavirus kills Heathrow worker, 61, and daughter, 33, in space of just 24 hours


Heathrow Terminal 3 worker Sudhir Sharma and his daughter Pooja, who was employed at Eastbourne District General Hospital in East Sussex, died in the space of a day after contracting the coronavirus

Coronavirus nurse begs shoppers not to leave shelves bare for drained NHS workers


Senior regional officer for the Royal College of Nursing, Sharon Bissessar, has called on the public to support them by leaving food on the shelves for nurses and doctors

Coronavirus lockdown could save 14,000 lives if Brits stick to restrictions


The number of people who die after contracting the coronavirus could be 5,700 instead of 20,000 if the country follows in the footsteps of China, which has seen cases fall dramatically

Hero nurse, 62, who is coming out of retirement to lead London’s coronavirus hospital


EXCLUSIVE: A nurse with 40 years’ experience is coming out of retirement to head UK’s new mega hospital. Beds are ready as other venues across the UK are considered for emergency facilities

Scientists warn ‘stay eight metres from each other to stop coronavirus spread’


Scientists from the Massachuesetts Institute of Technology have produced evidence which suggests droplets propelled by coughs can travel eight metres in warm climates

‘Big-hearted’ DJ’s heartbreaking last Facebook messages before coronavirus death


Danny Sharma, 38, shared daily updates from his hospital bed and he also posted a photograph of him with his thumb up. He died at Hammersmith Hospital at around 1am on Thursday

Selfless and exhausted – why NHS heroes deserve medals as coronavirus fight is laid bare


EXCLUSIVE: Doctors, nurses, night porters, carers and paramedics are all fighting incredibly hard to save as many lives as possible as the coronavirus continues to batter the UK

Brussels deny UK missed EU coronavirus ventilator drive because of email mix-up


Number 10 claimed they did not receive an email inviting them to take part in the joint purchase of ventilators. But Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the UK was taking part a week ago

Jurgen Klopp’s emotional response to NHS staff singing You’ll Never Walk Alone


Klopp is in self-isolation, as are his Liverpool players, as NHS staff across the country continue to work round the clock to help victims of coronavirus amid the crisis

Stroke survivor, 73, with fractured spine and lung disease beats coronavirus


EXCLUSIVE: Roy Hardy from Raynes Park in London was admitted to St George’s Hospital in Tooting with a double fractured spine and made it out five weeks, three chest infections and one bout of Covid-19 later

Deaf and autistic boy, 9, ‘with no friends’ receives 700 birthday cards from strangers

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Natasha James, 33, posted an appeal on social media asking if anyone would send son Dylan a card when he turned nine. She said they were stunned by the number that kept arriving by post

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