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Coronavirus: 563 more COVID-19 deaths in UK as Boris Johnson admits more testing is needed
Another 563 people have died in the UK after contracting coronavirus - bringing the total number of deaths to 2,352 - as Boris Johnson admitted the UK needs to "massively ramp up" testing for the virus.
Coronavirus: Small labs get £1m to ramp up key worker testing
A British entrepreneur has given £1 million to help small laboratories across the UK provide COVID-19 tests for frontline workers.
Coronavirus: NHS nurse who died 'would still be alive if given proper protective equipment'
An NHS nurse who died after contracting coronavirus would still be alive today if he had been given proper protective equipment, his family believe.
Coronavirus: Trump reveals plans to repatriate Britons trapped on COVID-19-infected ship
Donald Trump has revealed plans to allow British passengers trapped on a coronavirus-infected cruise ship where four people have died to return home.
Coronavirus: Deaths will pass 50,000 in 'the next few days', WHO says
The number of deaths due to coronavirus will pass 50,000 within the "next few days", according to the World Health Organization.
Coronavirus: 'Concerning' rise in car journeys as people urged to stay at home
A "concerning" rise in car journeys has sparked fresh warnings for people to stay at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus: Temporary mortuary being built in London to meet expected surge in deaths
A temporary mortuary is being built in preparation for an expected surge in the number of deaths among people with coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Spain reports highest daily increase in deaths as 4,000 die in France
Spain has reported its highest number of new coronavirus deaths in a single day, while the number of dead in France has passed 4,000 as Europe continues to struggle against the pandemic.
Coronavirus: Meet Washington DC's COVID-19 'patient zero'
Reverend Timothy Cole had been at a church conference in Louisville, Kentucky with clergy from all over the country at the end of February.
Coronavirus 'is cornered and will burn out' due to UK distancing measures, ex-WHO official says
The UK's social distancing measures are working and mean coronavirus now "has nowhere to go and will burn out", a former World Health Organization director has said.