Continue Reading... Coronavirus: doctors give evidence to UK parliament science committee – watch live
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Coronavirus: doctors give evidence to UK parliament science committee – watch live

Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► http://bit.ly/guardianwiressub Support the Guardian ► https://support.theguardian.com/contribute Today in Focus podcast ► https://www.theguardian.com/news/series/todayinfocus The…

Continue Reading... Coronavirus: quarantined Brazilians protest against Bolsonaro from windows and balconies
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Coronavirus: quarantined Brazilians protest against Bolsonaro from windows and balconies

People in São Paulo banged pots and pans in solidarity with healthcare staff as the city respects a 15-day lockdown…

Continue Reading... Audio Update on COVID-19: Dr. Strang – March 25
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Audio Update on COVID-19: Dr. Strang – March 25

Ten new COVID-19 cases were identified March 23. The cases are travel-related or connected to earlier reported cases. Several of…

Continue Reading... Update COVID-19 for Nova Scotians: March 25
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Update COVID-19 for Nova Scotians: March 25

Premier McNeil and Dr. Strang provide an update about #COVID19NS including 17 new cases. To date, Nova Scotia has 2,772 negative test…

Continue Reading... ‘It’s not a holiday’: police disperse sunbathers in London during coronavirus lockdown
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‘It’s not a holiday’: police disperse sunbathers in London during coronavirus lockdown

The Metropolitan Police has released footage of officers clearing Sheperd’s Bush Green in London of sunbathers on the first day…

Continue Reading... Coronavirus: Trump updates reporters at daily briefing with US task force
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Coronavirus: Trump updates reporters at daily briefing with US task force

Donald Trump holds the daily US coronavirus task force briefing

Continue Reading... ‘We can’t have queues for intensive care’, Andrews says as coronavirus lockdown increases
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‘We can’t have queues for intensive care’, Andrews says as coronavirus lockdown increases

Victorian premier Daniel Andrews has called on Victorians to take coronavirus lockdowns seriously to ‘buy time’ to treat patients. ‘We’ve…

Continue Reading... Coronavirus: from bingo to ballet, communities connect despite lockdown
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Coronavirus: from bingo to ballet, communities connect despite lockdown

People across the world have been finding innovative ways of staying connected and keeping fit as more and more countries…

Continue Reading... Coronavirus lockdown in the UK: the dos and don’ts
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Coronavirus lockdown in the UK: the dos and don’ts

What are the rules for the Covid-19 lockdown in the UK? The Guardian political correspondent Peter Walker clarifies what we…

Continue Reading... Spanish nurses cheer as their first Covid-19 patient is discharged from field hospital
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Spanish nurses cheer as their first Covid-19 patient is discharged from field hospital

Applause rang out at the emergency field hospital at the Ifema exhibition centre in Madrid as nurses said farewell to…

Continue Reading... Coronavirus: Matt Hancock holds UK briefing – watch in full
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Coronavirus: Matt Hancock holds UK briefing – watch in full

Health secretary Matt Hancock conducts a daily government briefing to update on the coronavirus outbreak in the United Kingdom

Continue Reading... Coronavirus: Matt Hancock calls for 250,000 volunteers to help NHS
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Coronavirus: Matt Hancock calls for 250,000 volunteers to help NHS

The health secretary, Matt Hancock, has announced a new scheme to recruit 250,000 volunteers to support people who are unable…

Continue Reading... MPs discuss consequences of government measures to combat coronavirus – watch live
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MPs discuss consequences of government measures to combat coronavirus – watch live

Rishi Sunak is expected to answer questions in parliament the day after Boris Johnson announced new stringent measures to combat…

Continue Reading... ‘Too many people not following stay at home rules’ – London Mayor Sadiq Khan
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‘Too many people not following stay at home rules’ – London Mayor Sadiq Khan

There’s confusion on building sites across the country. The Scottish government has ordered all but critical construction work to stop,…

Continue Reading... Italian volunteers risk lives for the sick and isolated
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Italian volunteers risk lives for the sick and isolated

The number of cases in Italy continues to rise, especially in the northern Lombardy region which has seen more than…

Continue Reading... Has lockdown come too late – as UK records biggest daily rise in virus deaths?
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Has lockdown come too late – as UK records biggest daily rise in virus deaths?

The unprecedented national effort to combat the spread of the virus has continued today. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) The Government followed up…

Continue Reading... NHS: Dozen trusts fear intensive care units could be full by next week
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NHS: Dozen trusts fear intensive care units could be full by next week

With 87 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours, that’s the highest number in a single day so far. (Subscribe:…

Continue Reading... How countries are dealing with Coronavirus: lockdowns, social distancing, testing and herd immunity
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How countries are dealing with Coronavirus: lockdowns, social distancing, testing and herd immunity

With the UK becoming the latest country to do so – and with a fifth of the world in lockdown…

Continue Reading... How the Coronavirus is changing the future of work | Covid-19 Special
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How the Coronavirus is changing the future of work | Covid-19 Special

The coronavirus has forced millions of people into quarantine and self-isolation. Lots are working from home, some for the first…

Continue Reading... Italy’s death toll falls for the second consecutive day | Coronavirus Update
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Italy’s death toll falls for the second consecutive day | Coronavirus Update

Official Coronavirus figures from Italy offer a glimmer of hope that lockdown measures introduced two weeks ago have slowed the…

Continue Reading... Coronavirus: Boris Johnson puts Britain on lockdown after death toll surges | DW News
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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson puts Britain on lockdown after death toll surges | DW News

Britain’s Prime Minister has announced a nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus. Boris Johnson told the British people that the…

Continue Reading... Spanish soldiers discover abandoned retirement homes +++ China to ease restrictions | Corona Update
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Spanish soldiers discover abandoned retirement homes +++ China to ease restrictions | Corona Update

In Spain, the defence ministry says soldiers helping to fight the Coronavirus pandemic have found elderly patients in retirement homes…

Continue Reading... Trump Spent Months Saying Everything Is Fine as U.S. Coronavirus Cases Skyrocketed
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Trump Spent Months Saying Everything Is Fine as U.S. Coronavirus Cases Skyrocketed

Even as the coronavirus cases in the U.S. grew, President Trump just kept on saying everything was fine. Subscribe to…

Continue Reading... What a World at Home Looks Like
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What a World at Home Looks Like

Empty World 2: From Italy to Senegal, public spaces around the world are now nearly deserted due to the COVID-19…

Continue Reading... Closing Universities Is Creating a Housing Crisis for Students
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Closing Universities Is Creating a Housing Crisis for Students

Megan Job is a Brooklyn native who is studying neuroscience at Middlebury College in Vermont. She used to live on…

Continue Reading... Audio Update on COVID-19 : Dr. Strang – March 24
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Audio Update on COVID-19 : Dr. Strang – March 24

Dr. Strang will provides an update about 10 new cases of #COVID19. The cases are travel-related or connected to earlier…

Continue Reading... Keepers of the Caliphate & SIM Kids | VICE on SHOWTIME Series Premiere
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Keepers of the Caliphate & SIM Kids | VICE on SHOWTIME Series Premiere

What to expect from VICE on @SHOWTIME: everything. #VICEonSHO premieres this Sunday, 8p ET/PT. Learn more at https://sho.com/order. Twitter: https://twitter.com/SHOWTIME…

Continue Reading... Update COVID-19 for Nova Scotians: March 24
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Update COVID-19 for Nova Scotians: March 24

Premier McNeil and Dr. Strang will provide an update today at 3 p.m. about 10 new cases of #COVID19. The…

Continue Reading... Coronavirus Has Put These People Out of Work
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Coronavirus Has Put These People Out of Work

VICE News spoke with an actor, a teacher, a food worker who cannot do their jobs in self-quarantine, one of…

Continue Reading... Why Congress Can’t Agree on a Roughly $2 Trillion Coronavirus Bill
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Why Congress Can’t Agree on a Roughly $2 Trillion Coronavirus Bill

As the Senate negotiates a third coronavirus stimulus package of roughly $2 trillion, Vice News spoke to Sen. Tammy Duckworth,…

Continue Reading... Breaking: UK to go into 3 week lockdown – PM says “You must stay at home”.
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Breaking: UK to go into 3 week lockdown – PM says “You must stay at home”.

Breaking news – the Prime Minister has just broadcast a statement to the nation from Downing Street. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) Prime Minister…

Continue Reading... Coronavius: Half a billion people told to stay home
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Coronavius: Half a billion people told to stay home

As infections continue to rise, more than one and a half billion people – that’s a fifth of the world’s…

Continue Reading... UK doctors fighting coronavirus still say they don’t have protective equipment
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UK doctors fighting coronavirus still say they don’t have protective equipment

There are increasing reports from frontline health care staff saying there simply aren’t enough specialist equipment or protective measures in…