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Coronavirus: Trump says wear scarves as face masks to fight COVID-19 'plague'
Donald Trump has warned Americans to expect a "painful two weeks" as coronavirus deaths in the US peak - before suggesting people wear scarves as face masks in the fight against the virus.
Coronavirus: Two 'healthy' teens, 13 and 19, die in London
Two apparently healthy teenagers have died in London after contracting coronavirus.
Coronavirus: The data suggests the UK is on course for many thousands of deaths
Let me preface this with a little disclaimer: I'm not a doctor or for that matter an epidemiologist, but I do know a little bit about presenting and explaining data.
Coronavirus: Anger is growing at China over COVID-19 and its apparent cover-up attempt
We've long known about the dangers of a wild animal virus leaping the species gap and ravaging humans and so have the Chinese.
Coronavirus: NHS doctor forced to 'give up' her children as nurseries close
Many NHS workers who are parents to pre-school children are being forced to stay home because they can't access child care.
Coronavirus: The Italian COVID-19 hospital where no medics have been infected
In northern Italy thousands of medical staff are getting sick fighting the coronavirus pandemic and dozens have died - but far to the south, they have had time to prepare.
Coronavirus cases 'plateau' in UK as ventilators near production
The first batch of British-made ventilators to treat coronavirus patients will be rolled out to the NHS next week, Michael Gove has said.
Coronavirus: 393 die in UK after testing positive for COVID-19, taking total to 1,808
Another 393 people have died after contracting coronavirus - taking the UK total to 1,808.
Coronavirus: 'Matter of days' before Milton Keynes ice rink converted into emergency mortuary
An ice rink in Milton Keynes will be turned into an emergency mortuary "in a matter of days", in order to cope with a rise in coronavirus-related deaths, the local authority has said.
Coronavirus: The cleaners tasked with killing off the virus in hospitals
As the coronavirus pandemic in the UK magnifies our hospitals are becoming inundated with patients.