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Coronavirus warning: up to 6 months before UK returns to normal - BBC News
Coronavirus warning: up to 6 months before UK returns to normal - BBC News
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The government's senior medical advisers are warning that it could take six months before stringent coronavirus restrictions are lifted. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to every household urging people to obey strict rules to contain the pandemic. Some care providers have said their frontline staff still lack essential protective equipment. Meanwhile the crisis is deepening around the world. Italy is facing a severe shortage of medical staff in its worst-hit northern regions. And a leading US government expert has warned that as many as 200,000 Americans could lose their lives. Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reports from Science Editor David Shukman, Home Editor Mark Easton, Europe Correspondent Jean Mackenzie and North America Editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Up to 6 months before life 'returns to normal' says government - BBC News
Coronavirus: Up to 6 months before life 'returns to normal' says government - BBC News
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It could be up to six months before life in the UK returns to "normal", England's deputy chief medical officer has said. Speaking at the government's daily coronavirus briefing, Dr Jenny Harries added: "This is not to say we would be in complete lockdown for six months." But, she added, "We have to be really, really responsible and keep doing what we're all doing." It comes as the number of deaths of people with coronavirus reached 1,228. Among those to have died with the virus is Amged El-Hawrani, a 55-year-old doctor and ear, nose and throat trainer at Queen's Hospital Burton. His death was confirmed shortly before the press briefing. An organ transplant consultant died last week. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Italy deaths climb above 10,000 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Italy deaths climb above 10,000 - BBC News
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Italy recorded 756 new deaths in the past 24 hours - bringing the total to 10,779. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Italy recorded a further 756 new deaths over the past day. It brought the total there to almost 11,000, which is the most anywhere in the world. But it also marked the second successive fall in the daily number of recorded deaths. For context, there were 889 on Saturday and more than 900 on Friday. More widely, the number of people who have tested positive for the virus in Italy rose on Sunday to 97,689 from a previous 92,472. That is the lowest daily rise in new cases since Wednesday. At least 13,030 people have recovered from the virus, officials said
Raving to the BBC News theme tune - BBC News
Raving to the BBC News theme tune - BBC News
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Have you seen the kitchen 'remix' of the BBC News theme tune yet? We got together its creator, Rachel Leary, whose video has been viewed millions of times across social media and the original composer, Dave Lowe - at a safe social distance, of course. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus social distancing advice: What two metres looks like - BBC News
Coronavirus social distancing advice: What two metres looks like - BBC News
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The UK government is advising people stay home and only go out if they need to fetch food or medicine, to go to work if it's essential or to exercise. Even when you leave your home, you need to practise social distancing and keep at least two metres away from other people to protect yourself from catching coronavirus. But it can be hard to know exactly what that looks like. The BBC's health correspondent Laura Foster helps explain the best ways to keep safe and keep the correct distance away from other people. Video by: Laura Foster, Tobias Chapple, Terry Saunders and Alex Dackevych. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus UK deaths rise to more than 1,000 in biggest daily increase - BBC News
Coronavirus UK deaths rise to more than 1,000 in biggest daily increase - BBC News
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The number of deaths in the UK from coronavirus has reached 1,019 after the biggest daily increase so far. The government has announced more measures to help businesses survive the crisis. In Italy, more than 10,000 people have now died. Some critically ill patients there have been flown to hospitals in Germany, to help relieve Italy’s desperately stretched health services. Kate Silverton presents BBC News at Ten reports from Health Correspondent Dominic Hughes, Business Correspondent Katie Prescott and Europe Correspondent Jean Mackenzie in Rome. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
"UK will do well to keep deaths under 20,000" - health official - BBC News
"UK will do well to keep deaths under 20,000" - health official - BBC News
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NHS England medical director Prof Stephen Powis says if the death toll in the UK is kept below 20,000, "we will have done very well". It was "possible to get on top of this virus", he added. The comment came as Business Secretary Alok Sharma gave the UK government's daily coronavirus briefing Across the UK, 1,019 people have now died Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Locked down India struggles as workers flee cities - BBC News
Locked down India struggles as workers flee cities - BBC News
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Millions of homeless people and migrant labourers have been left in the lurch after India announced a 21-day lockdown in a bid to contain the spread of coronavirus in the country. With factories and construction sites closing down, many have expressed fears that they would starve to death. State governments have announced that they will open centres to feed these people, but have been overwhelmed. Many have opted to walk hundreds of miles to their villages as public transport has been suspended. Video by Varun Nayar Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Deserted London landmarks seen from above - BBC News
Deserted London landmarks seen from above - BBC News
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Some of London's most popular landmarks are devoid of the usual crowds as people stay indoors to help combat coronavirus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK deaths climb above 1,000 - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK deaths climb above 1,000 - BBC News
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A total of 1,019 patients have died after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Friday, the Department of Health has said, up from 759 the day before. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus deaths rising fast in Europe and US - BBC News
Coronavirus deaths rising fast in Europe and US - BBC News
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Coronavirus is claiming more lives across Europe and in the United States. Italy is seeing the fastest rise in deaths since the beginning of the outbreak, almost 1,000 in the last 24 hours. Spain also faces a rising number of deaths and critically ill patients. In the US President Trump has authorised a two-trillion dollar emergency package in an attempt to protect the economy. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports from Mark Lowen in Rome, Damian Grammaticas in Madrid and Nick Bryant in New York. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boris Johnson tests positive for Coronavirus as numbers infected rise - BBC News
Boris Johnson tests positive for Coronavirus as numbers infected rise - BBC News
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There's been a big rise in the number of people in the UK who have died of coronavirus - 181 lost their lives in the past 24 hours and more than 6000 are being treated in hospital. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the virus. In a video message he said he had mild symptoms and was working from home. The UK death toll has now reached 759 -- in just three weeks. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports by Chief Political Correspondent Vicki Young and Medical Correspondent Fergus Walsh. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
33,000 new UK hospital beds for coronavirus patients  - BBC News
33,000 new UK hospital beds for coronavirus patients - BBC News
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Mr Gove says that the best analysis shows the rate of infection in the UK has been doubling every three to four days. "These figures are a powerful reminder of the need for all of us to act," he says. "Strict social distancing measures have been put in place to restrict the spread of Covid-19." The head of the NHS in England, Simon Stevens, tells the briefing there are currently 6,200 patients with coronavirus in hospital. He says the NHS is "pulling out all the stops" to ensure they and those who will be hospitalised in future get the treatment they deserve. An extra 33,000 beds are being created for coronavirus patients as part of an "extraordinary effort" to reconfigure the health service, he adds. He confirms that there will be two new major Nightingale hospitals built on the sites of Birmingham's NEC and the Manchester conference centre. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK coronavirus deaths rise to 759 - BBC News
UK coronavirus deaths rise to 759 - BBC News
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The number of coronavirus deaths in the UK has risen from 578 to 759, according to the Department of Health. This is the biggest rise in deaths that the country has seen so far. 14,579 have now tested positive for the disease, including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK Health Secretary Hancock also tests positive - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK Health Secretary Hancock also tests positive - BBC News
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UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has tested positive for the coronavirus. He is self-isolating at home and his symptoms are said to be mild. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
coronavirus: Half a million people have now contracted the virus globally - BBC News
coronavirus: Half a million people have now contracted the virus globally - BBC News
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Half a million people have now contracted coronavirus globally Confirmed cases in the US overtake China's and Italy's UK deaths reach 578, a rise of more than 100 a day for the first time UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces help for self-employed Italy records another 712 deaths in 24 hours, bringing the total to 8,215 Some 3.3m Americans filed jobless claims last week - more than four times the previous record Confirmed cases in the US pass 80,000, with at least 1,050 deaths G20 leaders vow to inject $5tn (£4.1tn) into the global economy Deaths surge by 655 in Spain, taking total to nearly 4,100 #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: US overtakes China with most cases - BBC News
Coronavirus: US overtakes China with most cases - BBC News
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The US now has more confirmed cases of coronavirus than any other country, with more than 85,500 positive tests. According to the latest figures collated by Johns Hopkins University, the US has overtaken China (81,782 cases) and Italy (80,589). But with almost 1,300 Covid-19-related fatalities, the US death toll lags behind China (3,291) and Italy (8,215). The grim milestone came as President Donald Trump predicted the nation would get back to work "pretty quickly". #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to 'lead the national fightback' from home - BBC News
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to 'lead the national fightback' from home - BBC News
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In a tweet, Mr Johnson said: "Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government's response via video-conference as we fight this virus. "Together we will beat this." Mr Johnson was last seen on Thursday night, as he clapped outside No 10 as part of a nationwide gesture to thank NHS staff. There are more than 11,600 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK, and 578 people have died. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will continue to lead the nation from home after testing positive for Covid-19. "I've developed mild symptoms of the coronavirus, that's a temperature and a persistent cough," Mr Johnson said in a video posted on his Twitter account. "On the advice of the chief medical officer, I have taken a test and that has come out positive. "I'm working from home and self-isolating. That's entirely the right thing to do. "I can continue, thanks to the wizardry of technology, to communicate with my top team and lead the national fightback against the virus."
PM Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus - BBC News
PM Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus - BBC News
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus, Downing Street has said. Mr Johnson has mild symptoms and will self-isolate in Downing Street. "He was tested for coronavirus on the personal advice of England's chief medical officer, Professor Chris Whitty," a statement said. He will still be in charge of the government's handling of the crisis, the statement added. The test was carried out at Number 10 by NHS staff. In a tweet, Mr Johnson said: "Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government's response via video-conference as we fight this virus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK government unveils aid for self-employed - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK government unveils aid for self-employed - BBC News
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Self-employed workers will be able to apply for a grant of up to £2,500 a month to help them cope with the financial impact of coronavirus, the chancellor has announced. The money will be paid in a single lump sum, but will not begin to arrive until the start of June at the earliest. Rishi Sunak told the self-employed: "You have not been forgotten." Plans for 80% wage subsidies for staff kept on by employers were announced last week. The chancellor spoke after the total number of people in the UK to die with Covid-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, reached 475. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Viral dad on the trials of working from home - BBC News
Viral dad on the trials of working from home - BBC News
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Families across the world are having to spend more time at home to try to contain the spread of coronavirus. The BBC spoke to Professor Robert Kelly and his wife, Jung-a Kim to ask them about the lockdown in South Korea with children Marion and James. The family became a global hit in 2017 when Prof Kelly's children gatecrashed a live interview he was doing with the British broadcaster. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: A quarter of the world’s population in lockdown - BBC News
Coronavirus: A quarter of the world’s population in lockdown - BBC News
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told India’s population of 1.3 billion people to stay at home. The lockdown is currently planned for 3 weeks. More than 2.6 billion people are in lockdown now India has introduced its new measures, according to a tally by the AFP news agency Europe remains at the epicentre of the pandemic. On Tuesday, the death toll jumped by 514 in a single day in Spain and other European countries also reported sharp increases Italy is the worst affected country in the world in terms of deaths. The virus has killed almost 7,000 people there over the past month The UK, meanwhile, is spending its first day under tight new restrictions. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced unprecedented measures on Monday and ordered the immediate closure of shops selling non-essential goods And in the US, New York's governor has said the federal government is not sending enough equipment to combat the crisis. The state has been hit especially hard by the virus The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the US has the potential to become the new epicentre of the pandemic #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus delays Russian vote on Putin staying in power - BBC News
Coronavirus delays Russian vote on Putin staying in power - BBC News
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has postponed a vote on constitutional change that would allow him to stay in power, because of coronavirus concerns. He said the public vote - previously due to be held on 22 April - would be delayed until a "later date". The proposed changes include scrapping a ban on allowing Mr Putin to run for office again. The changes have already been approved by parliament and Russia's constitutional court. They would give Mr Putin - who is serving his fourth presidential term and has dominated Russian politics for two decades - the right to serve two more consecutive terms. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
How staying at home can stop coronavirus - BBC News
How staying at home can stop coronavirus - BBC News
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Governments around the world are encouraging people to stay at home to protect health services and save lives. Among the new measures being brought in the UK, people can only leave their homes to buy food, medicine and to exercise. They're allowed to travel, but only to and from work if they cannot do their jobs from home. Staying at home to keep people safe can be a difficult concept to grasp, especially when you are feeling fit and healthy yourself. BBC health reporter Laura Foster looks at the statistics which show just how much of a difference it can make when it comes to taking pressure off health services and saving lives. Edit by Tobias Chapple Graphics by Terry Saunders Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Strains on the benefits system & international virus response - BBC News
Coronavirus: Strains on the benefits system & international virus response - BBC News
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Coronavirus reports from the BBC News at Ten. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Calls for personal protection equipment for frontline medical staff - BBC News
Coronavirus: Calls for personal protection equipment for frontline medical staff - BBC News
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Frontline medics have told the BBC about their concerns over a lack of personal protection as they fight coronavirus in the UK. The British Medical Association says there's growing evidence that thousands of doctors are still not getting the equipment they need to treat patients with coronavirus. The doctor's union says it means some medics are likely to become very ill and some may die. But the government says 15 million masks have been delivered to NHS trusts across the country since Monday. Prince Charles has also tested positive for the coronavirus. Clarence House says he is displaying "mild symptoms" but is otherwise in good health. Sophie Raworth presents tonight's BBC News at Ten and unravels the day's events with the BBC's health editor Hugh Pym, medical correspondent Fergus Walsh, royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell and political editor Laura Kuenssberg. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Thousands volunteer to help NHS with vulnerable - BBC News
Coronavirus: Thousands volunteer to help NHS with vulnerable - BBC News
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Some 405,000 people have signed up in 24 hours to volunteer with the NHS after a recruitment drive to help the vulnerable amid the coronavirus crisis, the PM Boris Johnson has announced. Speaking at his daily news conference, he said they would play an "absolutely crucial" role in fighting the virus. The helpers are needed for delivering food and medicines, driving patients to appointments and phoning the isolated. The scheme is one of a number aimed at relieving pressure on the NHS. Mr Johnson said he a wanted to offer "special thank you to everyone who has now volunteered to help the NHS". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain’s death toll surpasses China’s - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain’s death toll surpasses China’s - BBC News
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Spain’s death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed the official figure from China, becoming the second highest in the world. Deaths have risen by 738 in just 24 hours to a total of 3,434 - a record spike for Spain. In comparison, China has officially reported 3,285 deaths, while Italy - the worst affected country - has 6,820. Spain's prime minister will later ask MPs to extend his country’s state of emergency for another two weeks. Lawmakers are expected to agree to Pedro Sánchez's request for lockdown measures to stay in place until 11 April. Under the rules, people are banned from leaving home except for buying essential supplies and medicines, or for work. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Queen still 'in good health' - BBC News
Queen still 'in good health' - BBC News
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BBC royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell says the prince and his wife flew to Scotland on Sunday, although they did not travel on a scheduled flight. He adds that they were both tested on Monday and got their results last night. Prince Charles's last public engagement was on 12 March - the same day he last saw his mother, the Queen. Palace officials say the Monarch remains in "good health". The prince, 71, and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, are self-isolating at Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate in Aberdeenshire. A Palace statement said: "The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire where they met the criteria required for testing." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but 'remains in good health' - BBC News
Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but 'remains in good health' - BBC News
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The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus, Clarence House has confirmed. Prince Charles, 71, is displaying mild symptoms "but otherwise remains in good health", a spokesman said. The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, has also been tested but does not have the virus. Clarence House said Charles and Camilla were now self-isolating at Balmoral, adding the prince "has been working at home throughout the last few days". An official statement read: "In accordance with government and medical advice, the prince and the duchess are now self-isolating at home in Scotland. "The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire, where they met the criteria required for testing. "It is not possible to ascertain from whom the prince caught the virus owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his public role during recent weeks." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Global coronavirus cases surpassed 400,000  - BBC News
Global coronavirus cases surpassed 400,000 - BBC News
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Global coronavirus cases surpassed 400,000, according to data collated by Johns Hopkins University. Almost 17,000 people have now died, while more than 100,000 have recovered Italy reported a jump of 743 deaths in the past day - 141 more than Monday While the number of deaths has risen, the number of new infections appears to be slowing down India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has imposed a nationwide lockdown in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The restrictions came into force at midnight local time (18:30 GMT) and will be enforced for 21 days. "There will be a total ban on venturing out of your homes," Mr Modi said in a televised address. He appealed for people not to panic - but crowds quickly mobbed stores in the capital, Delhi, and other cities. Correspondents say it is not clear how - or even if - people will now be allowed out to buy food and other essentials. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: sharp rise in UK death toll as hospitals prepare for a surge in cases - BBC News
Coronavirus: sharp rise in UK death toll as hospitals prepare for a surge in cases - BBC News
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The day after the UK government announced strict new measures to limit the spread of coronavirus, three young doctors working in the accident & emergency department of a London hospital have issued a stark warning to Britain. They said they are seeing people in their 20s and 30s who are very sick and they said that the surge of cases was only just beginning. On Tuesday the death toll from coronavirus rose by 87 - the biggest daily rise so far. 422 people have now lost their lives. It was also revealed that a new field hospital is being opened next week at a conference centre in East London that can take up to 4,000 patients. And the government has launched a volunteer scheme to recruit 250 thousand people to help vulnerable people cope while they are confined to their homes. BBC News at Ten presented by Sophie Raworth with reports from the BBC's Health Editor Hugh Pym, Medical Correspondent Fergus Walsh and Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg. Produced for the BBC News at Ten Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Italy virus deaths rise but infections slow again  - BBC News
Coronavirus: Italy virus deaths rise but infections slow again - BBC News
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Italy is currently the worst-affected nation, with 6,820 now reported dead from coronavirus, according to the latest figures. But the rate of infection has seemingly slowed there in the last few days, raising hopes that strict social-distancing measures are having an effect. On Tuesday, Italian officials said the number of confirmed coronavirus cases had jumped by 3,612 to 69,176, which is about a 1% decrease in new cases on the previous day. BBC Rome correspondent Mark Lowen said the continued slowing of new cases in Italy is “starting to look like a trend”. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK to open temporary hospital with military help - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK to open temporary hospital with military help - BBC News
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A new hospital is to be established in the ExCeL centre, an exhibition centre in east London, Mr Hancock says. The new NHS Nightingale Hospital will consist of two wards and hold up to 4,000 patients, Mr Hancock says. In response to the UK's call for retired medics to return to the NHS, Mr Hancock says more than 11,500 have come forward, including 2,660 doctors and 6,147 nurses. He adds that more than 18,000 medical students will also join the NHS workforce. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Death toll in the UK reaches 422 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Death toll in the UK reaches 422 - BBC News
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In the UK, as of 9am on 24 March, a total of 90,436 have been tested: 82,359 negative. 8,077 positive. As of 1pm, 422 patients who tested positive for coronavirus have sadly died. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Japan asks for Olympics postponement - BBC News
Japan asks for Olympics postponement - BBC News
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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has asked for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to be postponed by a year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Abe said he has agreed the delay with International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach following talks earlier on Tuesday. BBC sports editor Dan Roan says the IOC's Executive Board will approve the delay this afternoon. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain sees record 514 deaths in one day - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain sees record 514 deaths in one day - BBC News
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It's another dark day for Spain with a total of 39,763 cases of coronavirus confirmed across the country. Another 6,582 infections have been announced in the past 24 hours and the number of deaths has now reached 2,696. The capital Madrid continues to be the epicentre of Spain's pandemic, with 1,535 deaths. The north-east region of Catalonia is now also becoming a big cause for concern with 1,939 cases in the past day, higher than Madrid. Health emergency chief Fernando Simón has stressed that almost 3,800 people have now recovered from the virus but 2,636 remain in intensive care. "This is a tough week and we are all hoping to see if we are managing to reach the peak and start going down, with these very aggressive measures that have been imposed on Spain". Attention has also turned to the alarming rate of infection among health professionals. Of the 39,763 infected people around the country, 5,400 are healthcare staff - meaning they make up nearly 14% of those with the disease. The government has asked MPs to extend the state of alert to 11 April. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: What is social distancing? - BBC News
Coronavirus: What is social distancing? - BBC News
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Governments around the world are advising people to socially distance themselves in order to reduce pressures on health services and stop the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19). This is even more important now UK schools have been closed to most children. But what exactly is the advice on social distancing - and who should be doing it the most? And how exactly does it stop the spread of coronavirus? The BBC's health reporter, Laura Foster explains. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: 'You must stay at home' UK public told - BBC News
Coronavirus: 'You must stay at home' UK public told - BBC News
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Strict new curbs on life in the UK to tackle the spread of coronavirus have been announced by the British Prime Minister. People must now stay at home except for shopping for basic necessities, daily exercise, any medical need and travelling to and from essential work. Shops selling non-essential goods have been told to shut and gatherings in public of more than two people who do not live together are prohibited. If people do not follow the rules police will have the powers to enforce them, including through fines and dispersing gatherings, Boris Johnson said in a televised statement from Downing Street. The new restrictions come as the UK death toll reached 335. Laura Kuenssberg, Daniel Sanford and Fergus Walsh report for the BBC News at Ten, presented by Fiona Bruce. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: PM announcing strict new curbs on life in UK - BBC News
Coronavirus: PM announcing strict new curbs on life in UK - BBC News
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The prime minister is announcing strict new curbs on life in the UK to tackle the spread of coronavirus. From this evening people must stay at home except for shopping for basic necessities, daily exercise, any medical need and travelling to and from essential work. Shops selling non-essential goods will also be shut and gatherings in public of more than two people who do not live together prohibited. The UK death toll has reached 335. If people do not follow the rules police will have the powers to enforce them, including through fines and dispersing gatherings, Boris Johnson said in a televised statement from Downing Street. Other premises including libraries, playgrounds and outdoor gyms, and places of worship must also close immediately. Parks will remain open for exercise but gatherings will be dispersed. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: More myths to ignore - BBC News
Coronavirus: More myths to ignore - BBC News
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Holding your breath and drinking cow urine? Reality Check's Chris Morris busts more health myths about Covid-19 being shared online. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: India observes 14-hour curfew - BBC News
Coronavirus: India observes 14-hour curfew - BBC News
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More than a billion people in India have been asked to stay indoors for 14-hours to try to combat the coronavirus pandemic. When he announced the curfew last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told citizens that it would be a test in order to assess the county's ability to fight the virus. There have been 315 recorded cases in India has so far. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Pressure grows on Japan and IOC to cancel Olympics - BBC News
Coronavirus: Pressure grows on Japan and IOC to cancel Olympics - BBC News
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Canada and Australia say they will not send teams to the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games Earlier, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe said an Olympic postponement "may become inevitable" Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain death toll tops 2,000 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain death toll tops 2,000 - BBC News
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The death toll in Spain has reached 2,182, the government has announced, after 462 people passed away in the past 24 hours. In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced on Sunday a ban on all gatherings of more than two people who aren't family. It came just days after police in the state of Bavaria shut down a number of public "corona parties", organised by young people on social media. Premier Markus Söder called the gatherings "a real threat". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Take social distancing advice seriously, Boris Johnson tells UK - BBC News
Coronavirus: Take social distancing advice seriously, Boris Johnson tells UK - BBC News
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Boris Johnson has told people to take seriously the social distancing advice to stop the spread of coronavirus, saying it is "absolutely crucial". The PM thanked people for "the sacrifice" they had made, but warned those going to parks and open spaces they must stay 2m away from others. "If you don't do it responsibly... we will have to bring forward further measures," he said. The number of people who have died with the virus in the UK has reached 281. The NHS in England has identified 1.5 million of the most at-risk people who should now stay at home for 12 weeks. The PM told those people to "shield" themselves, adding it "will do more than any other single measure that we are setting out to save life". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: People in Beijing begin to head outdoors - BBC News
Coronavirus: People in Beijing begin to head outdoors - BBC News
9 dögum síðan
After several days with no "home-grown" infections, according to China’s official figures, there is a feeling there that the coronavirus emergency appears to be under control. People in Beijing are finally heading outdoors, as China correspondent Stephen McDonell reports. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Do face masks work? - BBC News
Coronavirus: Do face masks work? - BBC News
14 dögum síðan
As coronavirus continues to spread around the world, face masks are in high demand as people look for ways to protect themselves. But do they really protect most people from contracting the virus? Dr Shunmay Yeung from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine explains. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson warns NHS in danger of being overwhelmed - BBC News
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson warns NHS in danger of being overwhelmed – BBC News
10 dögum síðan
The UK’s Prime Minister has warned the National Health Service (NHS) will be overwhelmed unless the British people act together to slow the spread of coronavirus. Boris Johnson described the rising number of cases as "very stark and they are accelerating". He added that the UK was two or three weeks behind Italy, which is registering thousands of deaths from the disease. The NHS has struck a deal with hospitals across England to utilise nearly their entire hospital capacity to help in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Today the government asked shoppers in the UK to "be responsible" and think of others such as NHS workers, after panic-buying amid the coronavirus outbreak. Environment Secretary George Eustice said there was more than enough food to go around - but the challenge for shops was keeping shelves stocked. Presented by Kate Silverton, with reporting from Dominic Hughes, Nick Eardley, and Katy Austin. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: The global response to another huge rise in cases - BBC News
Coronavirus: The global response to another huge rise in cases – BBC News
10 dögum síðan
Around the world governments are battling to keep pace with the spread of the coronavirus. In Italy nearly 800 people have died within the last 24 hours, bringing the total of deaths there to 4,825. A lockdown to limit the spread has been in place for weeks. Now tougher measures have been introduced in the worst hit area of Lombardy, with the regional president announcing that from tomorrow all sport and physical activity outside, even on your own, will be banned. The husband of a British woman - who died after testing positive for the Coronavirus whilst on holiday in Bali - has spoken for the first time of the devastation of his loss. Kimberley Finlayson who was 52, had underlying health conditions and had undergone two emergency operations in an Indonesian government hospital. Mr Finlayson said perhaps the outcome for his wife might have been different if she had been treated in the UK. Presented by Kate Silverton, with reporting from Jeremy Cook and Sima Kotecha. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Almost 800 more dead in Italy - BBC News
Coronavirus: Almost 800 more dead in Italy - BBC News
10 dögum síðan
Deaths continue to spiral in Italy. Official figures show 793 have died of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours - another daily record. In total 4,825 people have now died across the country. More than 53,500 have been diagnosed with the virus nationally, up more than 6,500 since yesterday. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK Shoppers told to buy responsibly - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK Shoppers told to buy responsibly - BBC News
10 dögum síðan
Shoppers in the UK have been told to "be responsible" and think of others such as NHS workers, after panic-buying amid the coronavirus outbreak. Environment Secretary George Eustice said there is more than enough food to go around - but the challenge for shops is keeping shelves stocked. It comes as supermarkets have been overwhelmed by increased purchasing. Meanwhile, cafes, pubs and restaurants across the UK have closed as part of measures to stop the virus spreading. "Frankly we should all be ashamed," said Stephen Powis, medical director at NHS England, who said panic-buyers are depriving NHS staff of the supplies they need. "These are the very people that we all need to look after perhaps us or our loved ones in the weeks to come." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Inside an Italian ICU - BBC News
Coronavirus: Inside an Italian ICU - BBC News
10 dögum síðan
Overwhelmed by coronavirus cases, one hospital is putting some new arrivals in tents. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
How do I know if I have coronavirus? - BBC News
How do I know if I have coronavirus? - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
People who are showing particular symptoms are being told to self-isolate in order to stop the coronavirus from spreading further. In the UK, if you have a fever or a persistent cough, you should stay at home for seven days. The people you live with should stay at home for 14 days, and have food and medicine delivered. But how do you know if you’re just ill, feeling a bit ropey or if you have the symptoms of coronavirus? What do the symptoms of coronavirus feel like? BBC News’ Health and Science Reporter, Laura Foster, takes a look. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK restrictions could last a year - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK restrictions could last a year - BBC News
11 dögum síðan
The government's scientific advisors have warned that people will need to avoid unnecessary social contact for the best part of a year, alternating between strict and less strict measures to help intensive care units cope. It’s affecting everywhere in society, including schools across the UK that have closed their doors this afternoon, with no clear idea of when they'll reopen. They'll be shut to all but vulnerable pupils, and the children of key workers. The BBC News at Ten is presented by Reeta Chakrabarti with contributions from our Medical Correspondent Fergus Walsh and our North of England Correspondent Judith Moritz. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK pubs and restaurants told to shut to fight virus - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK pubs and restaurants told to shut to fight virus - BBC News
11 dögum síðan
The UK government has ordered the immediate closure of almost all the places we go to for leisure such as bars, pubs, restaurants and gyms. The radical move came with an equally radical package of financial help from the Chancellor to try to protect businesses, jobs and the vulnerable. Rishi Sunak declared that never before had there been state intervention on this scale in this country. He announced that the government would pay up to 80% of people's wages - up to a maximum of £2,500 a month - to those whose jobs are at risk. The latest figures show that there have been 3,983 confirmed coronavirus cases in the UK, although experts think the total number is considerably higher. Alex Forsyth, Danny Savage, Simon Jack and Faisal Islam report for the BBC News at Ten presented by Reeta Chakrabarti. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: How Eyam in Derbyshire 'self-isolated' - BBC News
Coronavirus: How Eyam in Derbyshire 'self-isolated' - BBC News
11 dögum síðan
The coronavirus crisis is particularly poignant for the small Derbyshire village of Eyam. Here, more than three centuries ago, residents infected with the Black Plague took the heroic decision to seal themselves off to prevent the disease spreading to other communities. Hundreds died, but as Fergal Keane reports their legacy is inspiring Eyam’s response to the Coronavirus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK pubs and restaurants told to shut in virus fight - BBC News
UK pubs and restaurants told to shut in virus fight - BBC News
11 dögum síðan
Cafes, pubs and restaurants must close from Friday night, except for take-away food, to tackle coronavirus, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said. All the UK's nightclubs, theatres, cinemas, gyms and leisure centres have also been asked to close "as soon as they reasonably can". Mr Johnson said the situation will be reviewed each month. The chancellor Rishi Sunak has said the government will pay 80% of wages for employees who are not working, up to £2,500 a month. The announcement about closures follows similar measures taken in other countries - including in Ireland, where pubs and bars were asked to close from last Sunday. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
US students party on spring break despite coronavirus - BBC News
US students party on spring break despite coronavirus - BBC News
11 dögum síðan
Crowds of US university students flocked to Florida for their spring break, defying recommendations from the federal government and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over the coronavirus outbreak. National health officials are advising against gatherings of 10 or more people. Miami bars and restaurants are closing early, and some beaches have been shut to the public to avoid infection. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Death toll passes 10,000 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Death toll passes 10,000 - BBC News
11 dögum síðan
Death toll passes 10,000, confirmed cases near 250,000, more than 80,000 recovered Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: How bad is the situation in Europe? - BBC News
Coronavirus: How bad is the situation in Europe? - BBC News
11 dögum síðan
The number of people dying from coronavirus in Italy has risen by 475 in one day to nearly 3,000 - the biggest increase since the outbreak. There are a total of 35,713 confirmed cases in the country, with more than 4,000 having successfully recovered. Lombardy, the worst-hit region, recorded 319 deaths in one day. Italy is the world's worst affected country after China, where the virus originated last year. At least 8,758 people have died, most in China. Spain now has 598 dead and 13,716 infections. An inquiry is to be launched into the deaths of at least 17 residents of a nursing home in Madrid, where dozens of cases of Covid-19 have been reported. In France, the number of confirmed cases grew by more than 16% on Tuesday, reaching 7,730, while the death toll rose to 175, with 7% of the dead aged under 65. In the UK, the number of dead has reached 104. Germany has 12 deaths and 8,198 cases. In a TV address, Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans to abide by restrictions aimed at combating the pandemic. "Since German reunification, actually, since World War Two, there has never been a challenge for our country in which acting in solidarity was so very crucial," she said. Belgium has 14 deaths and 1,486 cases. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Prime Minister says we can 'turn the tide' on crisis- BBC News
Coronavirus: Prime Minister says we can 'turn the tide' on crisis- BBC News
12 dögum síðan
The Prime Minister says he's confident the country can defeat the coronavirus as long as everyone takes seriously the government's restrictions and instructions on how to live our lives for the next few months. Boris Johnson said he thought it would take 12 weeks to turn the tide on the virus in the UK but that depended on the public following government advice - social distancing, working from home where possible, and washing our hands. Today the Bank of England slashed interest rates to an historic low to try to shore up the economy as the latest number of confirmed cases with the virus in the UK rose to 3,269 with the death toll up to more than 140. There was a message today from the Queen, she praised the work of scientists, medical staff and the emergency services, saying the UK was entering a period of great uncertainty. Laura Kuenssberg, Fergus Walsh, Nick Witchell, Mark Easton, Faisal Islam, Sarah Corker, Jonathan Beale, Branwen Jeffreys and Sophie Hutchinson report for the News at Ten presented by Sophie Raworth. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Deaths in Italy pass Chinese total- BBC News
Coronavirus: Deaths in Italy pass Chinese total- BBC News
12 dögum síðan
The death toll from coronavirus in Italy today passed that for China. After another 427 people died in the past 24 hours Italy's total now exceeds 3,400. And the United States has told Americans not to travel abroad, advising its citizens to come home now if possible. The State Department said that Americans who don't return "should be prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period." Mark Lowen and NIck Bryant report for the BBC News at Ten
Boris Johnson: UK can turn the tide in 12 weeks - BBC News
Boris Johnson: UK can turn the tide in 12 weeks - BBC News
12 dögum síðan
In Downing Street’s latest daily televised press conference he thanked the country for its "huge efforts" to comply with the government's advice. Mr Johnson said "we can turn the tide within the next 12 weeks", adding: "I'm absolutely confident we can send the virus packing in this country." He has been joined once again by the UK’s chief medical adviser, Prof Chris Whitty, and chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance. Boris Johnson says coronavirus is "proceeding in a way that does not seem yet to be responding to our intervention". But he says with the combination of measures the government has put forward, the UK can "get on top of it in the next 12 weeks". The PM adds: "I cannot stand here and tell you by the end of June we will be on a downward slope. "We don't know where we are, how long this thing will go on for, but what I can say is this is going to be finite, we will turn the tide and I can see how we can do this in the next 12 weeks." Chief scientific officer Professor Patrick Vallance adds we are "at the beginning" of where the measures put in place "should be starting to have an impact on the rate of growth". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The Queen: UK entering period of great concern - BBC News
The Queen: UK entering period of great concern - BBC News
12 dögum síðan
The Queen has issued a message to the nation in which she says the UK is “entering a period of great concern and uncertainty”. The monarch adds that “our nation’s history has been forged by people and communities coming together to work as one”. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: China reports the first day of no new cases - BBC News
Coronavirus: China reports the first day of no new cases - BBC News
12 dögum síðan
Reports say there are no new domestically transmitted cases in the country for the first time since the virus emerged in late December. Stephen McDonell, BBC correspondent, reports on how the news has been greeted with cautious optimism, and that there are plans to let people in Wuhan leave their homes. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus explained in 60 seconds - BBC News
Coronavirus explained in 60 seconds - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
What actually is the coronavirus? How might it affect you? What can you do to prevent it? The BBC's Laura Foster explains everything you need to know - in just one minute. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Italy coronavirus deaths rise by record 475 in a day - BBC News
Italy coronavirus deaths rise by record 475 in a day - BBC News
12 dögum síðan
The number of people dying from coronavirus in Italy has risen by 475 in one day to nearly 3,000 - the biggest increase since the outbreak. There are a total of 35,713 confirmed cases in the country, with more than 4,000 having successfully recovered. Lombardy, the worst-hit region, recorded 319 deaths in one day. Italy is the world's worst affected country after China, where the virus originated last year. At least 8,758 people have died, most in China. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Record death tolls in Europe - BBC News
Coronavirus: Record death tolls in Europe – BBC News
13 dögum síðan
Italy is the hardest hit country in Europe with more than 35,000 cases. The death toll has surged again in the last 24 hours by 475 - the biggest increase in a single day. Almost three thousand people have now died. In Spain the outbreak continues to spread fast and is now infecting care homes. There are now almost fourteen thousand confirmed cases - with over 600 deaths. All hotels will close in Spain by next Tuesday and the Foreign Office has urged British holidaymakers to return home before then. In Germany - there have been over 12,000 cases and 28 deaths. Tonight Chancellor Angela Merkel has given an unprecedented televised address describing the disease as the country's greatest challenge since the Second World War. President Trump says the United States and Canada have agreed to close their border to non-essential traffic -- as all fifty American states registered cases of coronavirus for the first time. Mr Trump also said that he was sending a US Navy hospital ship to New York - the city worst hit by the outbreak. Damian Grammaticas, Mark Lowen, Jenny Hill and Nick Bryant report for the News at Ten presented by Sophie Raworth. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK announces school closures - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK announces school closures – BBC News
13 dögum síðan
All schools in the UK will close this week, as the death toll from the coronavirus continues to climb. 33 people have died in the UK in the past 24 hours. The Prime Minister said all schools will shut their doors by the end of the week and children will be at home until further notice. There are some exceptions: the children of ‘key workers’, like NHS staff, police and delivery drivers, as well as the most vulnerable students will still be able to attend. This academic year's exams will not go ahead in England and Wales; a decision has yet to be made in Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Prime Minister said pupils would get the qualifications they deserved, but didn't say how. Meanwhile, the pound has plunged to the lowest level in 30 years, trading at $1.15. It comes as financial markets tumbled again after major stimulus plans failed to quell fears about the economic impact of the virus. Laura Kuenssberg, Branwen Jeffreys, Faisal Islam and Hugh Pym report for the News at Ten presented by Sophie Raworth. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Schools to close until further notice from Friday - BBC News
Coronavirus: Schools to close until further notice from Friday - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
Schools in the UK are to shut from Friday until further notice as a response to the coronavirus pandemic, the prime minister has said. Schools will close except for looking after the children of keyworkers and vulnerable children. Exams will not go ahead, education secretary Gavin Williamson has said. Scotland and Wales earlier said schools would close from the same day while schools in Northern Ireland will close to pupils today and staff on Monday. It comes as UK deaths reached 104 after the NHS said a further 32 people had died in England. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK death toll passes 100 - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK death toll passes 100 - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
The coronavirus death toll in the UK has risen to 104 - up from 71 the day before. NHS England said a further 32 people had died in England after testing positive, while a further death was reported in Scotland. The NHS said the patients were aged between 59 and 94 years old and had underlying health conditions. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Trump invoke the Defence Production Act to prevent the spread of coronavirus  - BBC News
Trump invoke the Defence Production Act to prevent the spread of coronavirus - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
US President Donald Trump announces the US will be invoking the Defence Production Act to prevent the spread of coronavirus Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Schools in Scotland and Wales to close from Friday - BBC News
Coronavirus: Schools in Scotland and Wales to close from Friday - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
Schools in Scotland and Wales are to close from Friday in response to the coronavirus epidemic. Prime Minister Boris Johnson told MPs further decisions on school closures in England were "to be taken imminently". Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says schools have now lost too many staff to continue as normal. Meanwhile, the government is bringing forward emergency legislation to protect private renters from eviction after being urged to do more for them. On Tuesday, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced £350bn of help for companies and mortgage "holidays" for home owners. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus and ibuprofen: Separating fact from fiction - BBC News
Coronavirus and ibuprofen: Separating fact from fiction - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
Stories have been circulating online suggesting it's dangerous to take ibuprofen if you have coronavirus. Alongside genuine medical advice, false messages have been spreading, distorting the facts. Speaking to the BBC's outside source , medical professional said that ibuprofen is not recommended for managing coronavirus symptoms. Those already taking ibuprofen for other conditions should not stop without consulting a doctor, though. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource
Coronavirus hits all 50 US states as death toll rises - BBC News
Coronavirus hits all 50 US states as death toll rises - BBC News
13 dögum síðan
The deadly coronavirus has now hit all 50 states in the US as West Virginia reported its first case of the infection on Tuesday. Announcing West Virginia's first Covid-19 patient, Governor Jim Justice said: "We knew this was coming." New York City said it was considering a lockdown similar to one in the San Francisco Bay area. There have so far been 108 deaths in the US from coronavirus and more than 6,300 confirmed cases nationwide. Globally, there are about 200,000 cases and nearly 8,000 people have died. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK pledges £330bn support package for business- BBC News
Coronavirus: UK pledges £330bn support package for business- BBC News
14 dögum síðan
Britain's Chancellor has announced a 330 billion pound support package to help businesses through the Coronavirus crisis. Rishi Sunak said the country is facing an economic emergency and now is “the time to be bold” . He vowed that the UK Government would do whatever it takes to support the economy with many businesses already suffering the effects of this week's Coronavirus restrictions. Laura Kuenssberg, Faisal Islam, Hugh Pym, Branwen Jeffreys and David Shukman report for the BBC News at Ten
Coronavirus: Europe shuts down its borders - BBC News
Coronavirus: Europe shuts down its borders - BBC News
14 dögum síðan
European leaders have moved to shut the EU's external borders as they grapple with the quickly spreading virus. The measure is expected to apply to 26 EU states as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. The ban came as deaths continued to soar across Europe. Italy remains the worst-hit country with another big surge in cases today. Spain has also partially locked down its 47 million inhabitants In Germany Chancellor Merkel has banned religious services and venues including clubs, bars, leisure facilities, zoos and playgrounds will also be closed. In France tough new restrictions have come into force. No one can now leave home without a government form - that they print out - to justify their reason for being outside. For the next two weeks, people are only allowed out - to go to work, to buy essential food or medical supplies, for a family emergency, or to exercise or walk a dog - but they must be on their own -- facing a fine if these conditions aren't met. Lucy Williamson, Mark Lowen, Damian Grammaticas and Jenny Hill report for the News at Ten presented by Sophie Raworth. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Emergency cash to help businesses and operations delayed - BBC News
Coronavirus: Emergency cash to help businesses and operations delayed - BBC News
14 dögum síðan
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled an "unprecedented" set of financial measures to support the UK economy through the coronavirus pandemic. The measures include mortgage "holidays" for those in financial difficulty as well as £330bn in loans to protect businesses facing losses as a result of the virus. Meanwhile all non-urgent operations in England will be postponed from 15 April to free up beds for virus patients. It comes as the UK death toll hit 71. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Britons urged to avoid non-essential travel abroad - BBC News
Coronavirus: Britons urged to avoid non-essential travel abroad - BBC News
14 dögum síðan
British nationals should avoid all non-essential foreign travel to tackle the spread of coronavirus, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has advised. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Trump tells Americans to avoid public spaces - BBC News
Coronavirus: Trump tells Americans to avoid public spaces - BBC News
14 dögum síðan
President Trump said that over the next 15 days, Americans should not gather in groups of more than 10 people. He urged people to avoid bars, restaurants, food courts and crowds. The US has so far had more than 4,200 cases of the virus and 74 deaths. The coronavirus task force's other new guidelines include older Americans being urged to stay home, people working from home as well as schooling being at home. #BBCOS #BBCOutseideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Europe plans full border closure in virus battle - BBC News
Coronavirus: Europe plans full border closure in virus battle - BBC News
14 dögum síðan
The European Commission is planning to ban all non-essential travel throughout Europe's Schengen free-travel zone as more countries close their borders to try to limit the spread of coronavirus. Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said she would ask leaders to implement the measures on Tuesday. "The less travel, the more we can contain the virus," she said. Meanwhile, tough new measures in France restricting movement from the home are coming into effect on Tuesday. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Europe tightens virus curbs - BBC News
Coronavirus: Europe tightens virus curbs - BBC News
15 dögum síðan
The UK, France and Germany introduced stringent new measures. Britons are strongly advised to socially distance, avoiding offices, shops and bars. From Tuesday France will be in nationwide lockdown and infractions could be punished. And in Germany, most non-grocery shops and venues have been ordered to shut. The Western Balkans closed shops and schools, while Switzerland declared a national emergency. The death rate in Italy - Europe's worst-hit country - jumped by 349, bringing total fatalities there to more than 2,100. In Iran, another hotspot, the death toll reached at least 853 President Donald Trump said the US outbreak could last all summer, and said gatherings should not be larger than 10 people The global economy showed further signs that a recession could be coming, as US stock markets plunged. HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK government announces drastic measures to tackle outbreak - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK government announces drastic measures to tackle outbreak - BBC News
15 dögum síðan
As the pandemic of Coronavirus claims more lives around the world, the people of the United Kingdom are now being advised to make drastic changes to their day-to-day existence. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson rejected criticism that his government had been slow to respond to the scale of the crisis. Mr Johnson said now was the moment to stop all non-essential contact with other people and to avoid all non-essential travel. The over 70s, pregnant women and those with underlying health conditions need to be particularly vigilant. Entire families must self-isolate for 14 days if just one member has a persistent new cough or a high temperature. From this weekend those with the most serious health conditions should be isolated from social contact for 12 weeks Today's announcement marks a significant shift from the UK government's position last week. Minutes before the news conference took place the World Health Organization called for stronger measures than the UK and some other countries were taking. Officials are now convinced that the UK is on the verge of a major upswing in cases and there are genuine concerns about the impact on the National Health Service. Huw Edwards presents tonight’s BBC News at Ten and unravels the day’s events with the BBC’s health editor Hugh Pym and medical correspondent Fergus Walsh. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: PM says everyone should avoid office, pubs and travelling - BBC News
Coronavirus: PM says everyone should avoid office, pubs and travelling - BBC News
15 dögum síðan
The PM has said everyone in the UK should avoid "non-essential" travel and contact with others to curb coronavirus - as the country's death toll hit 55. Boris Johnson said people should work from home where possible as part of a range of stringent new measures. Pregnant women, people over the age of 70 and those with certain health conditions should consider the advice "particularly important", he said. People in at-risk groups will be asked within days to stay home for 12 weeks. Health Secretary Matt Hancock told the House of Commons the number of people to have died with the virus in England had risen to 53 - and "the disease is now accelerating". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Global coronavirus infections outpace China cases - BBC News
Global coronavirus infections outpace China cases - BBC News
15 dögum síðan
New York City is closing schools on Monday, and restaurants, bars and other venues a day later in an effort to halt the spread of the deadly coronavirus. Mayor Bill de Blasio said he decided to act because "our city is facing an unprecedented threat, and we must respond with a wartime mentality". Separately, the US is extending its European travel ban to include the UK and Republic of Ireland. The US has confirmed 69 deaths linked to the pandemic and 3,774 infections. New York City - which has the population of more than eight million - has recorded five deaths. Each of the victims - aged 53 to 82 - had underlying health conditions, officials say. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Life inside China’s lockdown - BBC News
Coronavirus: Life inside China’s lockdown - BBC News
16 dögum síðan
Two local filmmakers have been recording life inside Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, for over 50 days since the city went under lockdown in January. Coronavirus is now spreading around the world as governments scramble to contain it. The outbreak began in the Chinese city of Wuhan, which has been locked down since late January. With exclusive access to two film-makers inside the city, BBC tells the story of life under lockdown. It is a film which takes you from the deserted streets to the homes of those battling the virus. How do you survive when daily life gets shut down? Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Why we touch our faces and how to stop it - BBC News
Coronavirus: Why we touch our faces and how to stop it - BBC News
16 dögum síðan
Several medical officials across the world have warned people to avoid touching their face as a key way to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Often when issuing the warning, they've gone on to - you guessed it - put their hands on their face. But why do we touch our faces in the first place? And is it that easy to just stop doing it all of a sudden? We spoke to psychologist Natasha Tiwari. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus : UK death toll rises to 35 - BBC News
Coronavirus : UK death toll rises to 35 - BBC News
16 dögum síðan
Fourteen more people have died from the coronavirus in the UK, raising the death toll to 35, the UK's health department says. There have been a total of 1,372 positive tests for coronavirus in the UK as of Sunday, up from 1,140 on Saturday, the department added. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: European nations tighten clampdown - BBC News
Coronavirus: European nations tighten clampdown - BBC News
16 dögum síðan
Several European nations have introduced more stringent restrictions on movement as they combat the spread of the coronavirus. Austria has banned gatherings of more than five people, and expanded the list of countries it restricts entry to. Romania is set to declare a state of emergency, and the Czech PM said he was likely to declare a quarantine for the whole country. The moves follow draconian measures taken by France and Spain on Saturday. But despite the shutting of cafes, restaurants and most shops and people being advised not to go out, France is holding local elections. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus Explained: What is the impact? - BBC News
Coronavirus Explained: What is the impact? - BBC News
18 dögum síðan
Governments around the world take increasingly drastic measures to manage the coronavirus pandemic. More countries have announced that schools will be closed temporarily and Australia will ban mass gatherings from next week. With no end in sight to the crisis, what is the impact of all this? #CoronavirusExplained #BBCCoronavirusExplained Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
How to clean your smartphone safely - BBC News
How to clean your smartphone safely - BBC News
18 dögum síðan
While you may want to clean your smartphone, some substances can damage the device. Dr Lena Ciric, a microbiologist from University College London, says you can effectively clean your phone using just household soap and water. Video journalist: Chris Fox Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus in Africa: How might it spread? - BBC News
Coronavirus in Africa: How might it spread? - BBC News
18 dögum síðan
Every day brings new cases of coronavirus to Africa - and while the continent is yet to experience a full blown outbreak, there are fears that if it does start to spread, it will spread fast. So, what are some of the challenges on the continent that would make it difficult to stop Covid-19. The BBC’s correspondents in East, West, South and Central Africa explain. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus Explained: How do we prepare? - BBC News
Coronavirus Explained: How do we prepare? - BBC News
18 dögum síðan
More than 125,000 people have been diagnosed with Covid-19 in 118 countries around the world, according to the World Health Organization. The total number of deaths is more than 4,600. Schools have been closed, sports events cancelled and cultural institutions shut around the world as countries try to stem the coronavirus outbreak. #BBCCoronavirusExplained #CoronavirusExplained Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Europe at the epicentre of the pandemic - BBC News
Coronavirus: Europe at the epicentre of the pandemic - BBC News
18 dögum síðan
The World Health Organisation says Europe is now the epicentre, of the global coronavirus pandemic. The news emerged as organised sport, both professional and amateur, across much of the UK, came to a standstill because of the outbreak. The Premier League, English Football League and Scottish Football Association have all called a temporary halt to fixtures until the 3rd of April. In rugby, all Six Nations matches have been cancelled this weekend, and next month's London Marathon, has been postponed. The advice now in the UK is that if you have a high temperature, or a new persistent dry cough, then you should self-isolate, for 7 days. Meanwhile in the US Donald Trump has declared a "national emergency" in the United States in response to the threat from coronavirus. Responding to criticism, he said many more Americans would be tested for the virus -- and said his administration's overriding goal was to stop the spread of the disease. Fergus Walsh, Dan Roan, Vicki Young and Nick Bryant report for the News at Ten presented by Clive Myrie. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: English Premier League suspends all matches until 3 April  - BBC News
Coronavirus: English Premier League suspends all matches until 3 April - BBC News
18 dögum síðan
Elite football in Britain has been suspended until at least 3 April as a result of the spread of coronavirus. All games in England's Premier League, EFL, FA Women's Super League and Women's Championship are postponed. The Premier League said play will start on 4 April subject to "conditions at the time" but BBC sports editor Dan Roan says resuming on the date is privately deemed "almost impossible". Matches in Scotland,Wales and Northern Ireland are also off. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: contain and delay phases Explained - BBC News
Coronavirus: contain and delay phases Explained - BBC News
18 dögum síðan
The UK government has moved from the "containment" to the "delay" phase of its response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Seven-day self-isolation periods for those with persistent coughs or fevers were just one measure announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. In the US, all major sport has been suspended and Broadway performances are off for a month. And France is one of the latest countries to announce closure of all schools, universities and nurseries. Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has begun 14-day self-isolation after his wife Sophie tested positive for coronavirus. He is not showing symptoms. And Australia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has been admitted to hospital after testing positive. Four towns in Spain's Catalonia region were put under lockdown on Thursday, in a first in the country. The measures, affecting some 70,000 people, came as Spain's death toll rose to 84 - up from 47 the day before. In Italy the government imposed a blanket closure of restaurants, bars and almost all shops except food stores and pharmacies. The death toll there has passed 1,000 but Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio says the measures imposed in the first area of the outbreak have been proving effective. #CoronavirusExplained #BBCCoronaVirusExplained Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus 'rapid test kits' to be made in Senegal - BBC News
Coronavirus 'rapid test kits' to be made in Senegal - BBC News
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Rapid test kits that scientists say will diagnose coronavirus within 10 minutes are being developed in a laboratory in Senegal's capital, Dakar. The project at the custom-built DiaTropix facility is a collaboration between British biotech firm Mologic and Senegal's renowned Institut Pasteur de Dakar. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Delhi riots: 'No-one who saw the photo thought I would survive' - BBC News
Delhi riots: 'No-one who saw the photo thought I would survive' - BBC News
19 dögum síðan
A Reuters photo of a Muslim man being brutally beaten by a Hindu mob became the defining image of religious riots that broke out in Delhi in February. Mohammad Zubair survived the attack after he lost consciousness and was left for dead. However, he has serious injuries and spent days in hospital. He spoke to BBC Hindi's Debalin Roy about what he remembers of the attack, and why despite what happened to him, he has not lost faith in humanity. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Drastic measures in US & Europe as cases soar - BBC News
Coronavirus: Drastic measures in US & Europe as cases soar - BBC News
19 dögum síðan
The UK is facing its biggest public health crisis in a generation and up to ten thousand people could already have the coronavirus. That's what the prime minister and the government's scientific experts announced as they set out how Britain should tackle the growing threat from the virus. A number of countries across Europe introduced more severe measures to try to slow the spread of the virus - among them Ireland, France and Spain. And a state of emergency was declared in New York in the United States. Around the world there's been turmoil on stock markets, with huge sell-offs prompted by general fears of the impact the pandemic is having on the global economy and a decision by President Trump to announce restrictions on travel betwen continental Europe and the US. Laura Kuenssberg, Hugh Pym, Fergus Walsh, Lucy Manning, Nick Bryant, Faisal Islam, Ed Thomas, Mark Lowen, Damian Grammaticas, Dan Roan and Sophie Hutchinson report for for News at Ten presented by Sophie Raworth. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Trump suspends travel from Europe to US - BBC News
Coronavirus: Trump suspends travel from Europe to US - BBC News
19 dögum síðan
US President Donald Trump has announced sweeping travel restrictions on 26 European countries in a bid to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The ban applies to travellers from countries which are members of the Schengen border-free travel area. The UK, Ireland and other non-Schengen countries are unaffected. US citizens are also exempt. The EU condemned the measures, which it said were taken "unilaterally and without consultation". The new rules go into effect on Friday at midnight EDT and mark a major escalation from the US president, who has been accused of inaction over coronavirus. There are 1,135 confirmed cases of the virus across the US, with 38 deaths so far. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Five takeaways from Trump's Oval Office address - BBC News
Coronavirus: Five takeaways from Trump's Oval Office address - BBC News
19 dögum síðan
US President Donald Trump has addressed the national from the Oval Office at the White House, announcing sweeping new travel restrictions on Europe in a bid to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Travel from Europe to the USA will be suspended for 30 days. A Presidential Proclamation, published shortly after Mr Trump's address, specified that the ban applies to anyone who has been in the Schengen zone within 14 days prior to their arrival in the US. It does not include the UK or Republic of Ireland. There were also pledges to help businesses, the economy, and advice for the elderly. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
July July
July July - Degi Síðan síðan
The rebels and govt spends billions on missiles and guns but couldnt afford to feed these children. When can humanity be restored?
Ryen Ryenov
Ryen Ryenov - Degi Síðan síðan
were is that popular since?
NLE Soaps
NLE Soaps - Degi Síðan síðan
Great segment. Stay strong people.
Darth Ruin
Darth Ruin - Degi Síðan síðan
Scare tactics
V V
V V - Degi Síðan síðan
waste of paper
hyunho Jeon
hyunho Jeon - Degi Síðan síðan
이제 한국 정부에 의한 유튜브 댓글 차단이 해제 되었습니다.감사합니다. The ISmind comment block has now been released by the Korean government, thank you. covid19 걱정하지 마십시오 don't worry covid19 covid19는 단순한 독감입니다. 그리고 그것은 심각한 전염병이 아닙니다. 그것은 내가 증명할 수 있습니다. covid19 is a simple flu. And it is not a serious epidemic. That I can prove.
Ford Slither
Ford Slither - Degi Síðan síðan
"1228 have sadly died" Yes but were they killed BY the virus or did they die WITH the virus. There's a big difference...
Liam Porter
Liam Porter - Degi Síðan síðan
This will be extended longer and longer. "Essential workers", social bubbles, safe distancing, approved activities. "smart" money will roll out to remove the contaminated money. They have only given a minimum time for lockdown, that may be extended. I wonder what is meant to happen on Easter? Will the antichrist peel off his mask? Interesting times...
Matheus Barros
Matheus Barros - Degi Síðan síðan
Nombre de la ciudad:Granada.....muy coecidencia??
brendon boyd
brendon boyd - Degi Síðan síðan
4:16 sign language about your summer holidays.
Ally Montellano
Ally Montellano - Degi Síðan síðan
He is a fabulous source of information that we all need to be aware of and he does it in a way that makes us all want to pay attention!! This lady is clueless and thinks we are all. We get it!!
ganti nama
ganti nama - Degi Síðan síðan
he is the antichrist
Susan Margaret Wills
Susan Margaret Wills - Degi Síðan síðan
Could someone in the UK please explain to me why the young British have such a terrible ignorant accent?
Jack of all Trades
Jack of all Trades - Degi Síðan síðan
In the uk we have a £60 fine that the police can use, where people defy the stay at home order, this is a joke. I believe if you have a TV licence the fine is £1000. A certain sectors of the community will always defy and should be encouraged to stay at home with the presence of The army, and it should be done now, as the now cat is out of the bag and our politicians are warning us of very lengthy quarantine time.
Pyro Boost
Pyro Boost - Degi Síðan síðan
6 months? I only broke up Friday and I'm already bored 😱
DEAN ZENG
DEAN ZENG - Degi Síðan síðan
Lots of Countries are suffering from #COVID_19. Shortage of personal protective equipment is endangering health workers and civilians worldwide. China now have the largest production capacity in the world. if your goverment and god doesnt help you much... i think you should consider helping yourselves......before it's too late. Contact me for qualified #disposablemask and #KN95 mask!! whatsapp +86 13643005943 or Wechat: Deanpz
Skylark
Skylark - Degi Síðan síðan
India need help with this, the world need to help
Penijamini Silimaibau
Penijamini Silimaibau - Degi Síðan síðan
THE WORD OF GOD SAYS IN JOHN 15.13 ,,GREATER LOVE ,THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS. AND ALSO IN GALATIANS.5.14..SAYS THE WHOLE LAW THAT GOD THE CREATOR OF ALL FLESH N THE WHOLE UNIVERSE HAS GIVEN US ,IS SUMMED UP IN IN ONE COMMANDMENT .."""LOVE UR NEIGHBOUR AS U LOVE YOURSELF"".. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHOWING THE WORLD THAT GOD NATURE IS LOVE....1 JOHN.4.8
Hell N Degenerates
Hell N Degenerates - Degi Síðan síðan
WAKE up folks ismind.info/video/nJZ7xLKXadOxp6Q.html
jjhack3r
jjhack3r - Degi Síðan síðan
Sit back and watch the world get taken over by governments in the name of safety...
phil brown
phil brown - Degi Síðan síðan
The bigger the lie the more people believe it a quote from Adolf Hitler
brendon boyd
brendon boyd - Degi Síðan síðan
Summer holidays are fu**ed this year. I am gonna sell all my sunglasses and polo wardrobe on eBay. And spend my money on vitamin D tablets.
Susan DeLaney
Susan DeLaney - Degi Síðan síðan
🙏🏻💕🙏🏻💕🙏🏻💕🙏🏻💕🙏🏻💕🙏🏻
Donnie Gou
Donnie Gou - Degi Síðan síðan
man......please give those doctors/nurse protection suits while they close contact the patients....they are working in a very dangerous situation....
Sarojani Kumari
Sarojani Kumari - Degi Síðan síðan
Kick off China from world map
Brendan Martin
Brendan Martin - Degi Síðan síðan
It won't go back to normal, our freedom is already self surrendered! Is your job gonna be there? Massive unemployment and debt! Broken economy! But hey look on the bright side maybe people will wake up and stop being the sheep that they are.
Yuri Florig
Yuri Florig - Degi Síðan síðan
i found the meme
Hajrah Razaq
Hajrah Razaq - Degi Síðan síðan
I need to be more grateful for what I have 😭
Carlos Buso
Carlos Buso - Degi Síðan síðan
What about adoption? There are plenty of kids who need a family!
John III Sobieski
John III Sobieski - Degi Síðan síðan
I think almost everyone turned off their phone after wee Jimmy krankie came on 🤣😂.
Gillian Entwistle
Gillian Entwistle - Degi Síðan síðan
If you think this will be over in six months your dreaming
Mickey Lee
Mickey Lee - Degi Síðan síðan
Do you know whether you are being infected? Wear a mask to protect other people. Don’t mislead people any more.
Jy Jym
Jy Jym - Degi Síðan síðan
6 months is not possible. The economy will be destroyed.
Dark Storm
Dark Storm - Degi Síðan síðan
Put it on 0,25, you can hear wrong notes,but He'S hAvInG fUn! 1!1!1
Seán O'Nilbud
Seán O'Nilbud - Degi Síðan síðan
That murderous dipshit Boris.
Exdourfen
Exdourfen - Degi Síðan síðan
Agendas are being pushed all over the world they will get rid of money saying it is bad because of invisible virus and push the way for digital currency and the mark of the beast. this is sick people are suffering because of governments saying they cant have normal lives. 2 years ago in the USA they had 4000 death a week from normal flu and the world didn't stop this is out of proportion and is an agenda. Jesus is coming.
from darkness to Light
from darkness to Light - Degi Síðan síðan
Who knows.....we may get the vaccine sooner than we expect...
dopier Mirror470
dopier Mirror470 - Degi Síðan síðan
Who is leading the vaccine
pnh996
pnh996 - Degi Síðan síðan
Meanwhile the govt are bankrupting not only the country but also all that live within.this scamdemic with the roof over your disappear really quick.I urge people to do some research over this so called virus. You will be surprised and I'm not talking about conspiracy theory I'm talking about experts. The govt and media are colluding to oil over everyone's eyes.looks like the "virus" is kind enough to let bono the clown off the hook.....or am I just being cynical.....govt care not for you wake up before you loose everything
James
James - Degi Síðan síðan
Need a plan for herd immunity. open flu camps for the young, fit and healthy. If you want normal life back anyway
Z Schneider
Z Schneider - Degi Síðan síðan
tRUMP has the blood of thousands on his hands. He knew about the virus and its dangers the end of December but did not want the knowledge of the virus dangers to come out because IT MIGHT HURT HIS REELECTION and MIGHT HURT HIS MONEY FLOW. He refused to take the testing kits offered by the WHO in February because he did not and STILL DOES NOT want the citizens of the USA to know how many are ill! He is NOT using his powers to have medical supplies and protection equipments to be manifactured 24/7 instead he is forcing govenors to fend for themselves and even compete againgst each other for necessities drving the prices up and making a big prifit for hia rich friends. This evil person and his money crazed republicans are even trying to get people to go back to work; they are saying things like older people should be happy to sacrifice their lives for the future of the economy.
Dr Smart 007
Dr Smart 007 - Degi Síðan síðan
Ridiculous to write 30 million letters . Just send emails to do the same stuff . Wastage Of resources and money .
Rohan Annadate
Rohan Annadate - Degi Síðan síðan
#chinavirus 🇨🇳 🦠
Jesas Maria
Jesas Maria - Degi Síðan síðan
😺👍🏻
Roriki Hutchinson
Roriki Hutchinson - Degi Síðan síðan
I wonder how much disruption would have had occurred if we had a competent government that acted 2 months ago. Herd immunity? Test and control
Explorer
Explorer - Degi Síðan síðan
Where is their true Pakistani 🇵🇰 friend
Nathan Fletcher
Nathan Fletcher - Degi Síðan síðan
Middle East had war missiles and bombs while the western world got it easy with a flu to many people on earth Soon as a number with the amount of people are dead there will be cure
Ratan Balu
Ratan Balu - Degi Síðan síðan
What ever it is, now none of the God's are saving their own worshipper apart from China
Ash Johnson
Ash Johnson - Degi Síðan síðan
After six months - the next challenge will be fixing all the broken industries, closed small businesses and unemployment. There is no way that capitalism can be put on hold for that long.
Large Pizza
Large Pizza - Degi Síðan síðan
Isnt point of the virus to infect everyone
V K
V K - Degi Síðan síðan
Was that ugly smelly hairy beast killed by the anti-ISIS forces?
Chooddy Nawee
Chooddy Nawee - Degi Síðan síðan
Lie
xlrahul- live
xlrahul- live - Degi Síðan síðan
#Chinesevirus
Rendy loves Fuego
Rendy loves Fuego - Degi Síðan síðan
England stept out the eu so they no longer europe lol
Nick Thorp
Nick Thorp - Degi Síðan síðan
Seems rather stupid to send an unnecessary physical letter through the post at the moment. Cost, burden on Royal Mail and risk of spreading virus. I won’t open mine and just read it online as it should have been done. If they want to send us something from our tax money and IF we had good emergency (pre) planning the government could have sent us all a decent quality mask in the post perhaps? (Although I already had one stored away just in case and have made some from fabric too. )
سميرنورس
سميرنورس - Degi Síðan síðan
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Emilia Foley
Emilia Foley - Degi Síðan síðan
Literally everyone - The world is going to end!! What if it does!!! Me: What If it doesn’t? Think positive 💖
Alex Bonn
Alex Bonn - Degi Síðan síðan
China will pay
Cosmic Earthian
Cosmic Earthian - Degi Síðan síðan
Back to ''normal''- meaning ignorantly,ungratefully,unjustifiablly destroying planet....yeah great...im glad this caused human caused damage to stop because otherwise yes things would still be what you totalitarianists consider ''normal'',human only ever stops doing wrong when sht hits the fan by then its to late...we need to make big changes to our ways of living and im glad you're/we're stuck in houses gives planet a break from your unempathetic damaging ignorance and mabye you'll actually appreciate the life planet partly enabled you to have hopefully you'll actually be greatful for once in existence
Calvin Lee
Calvin Lee - Degi Síðan síðan
This shall be reported. Persuading people not to wear mask unless sick is exactly why it becomes pandemic
Derangedxzombie
Derangedxzombie - Degi Síðan síðan
Makes me die some salty types are trying to use this virus as a means for their politics and wanting to stop or delay brexit, that's done and dusted and has no bearing on current events or response. Even a global virus won't make these people give it a rest. As for 6 months isolation wouldn't be a surprise, still far too many people on the tube, buses, supermarkets where you can't be 2m apart.
Natanya Aberra
Natanya Aberra - Degi Síðan síðan
The Beta Israel regrets it now!
Mr Brown
Mr Brown - Degi Síðan síðan
Race against time or stupidity. All the time in the world was there.
dutoiu hour
dutoiu hour - Degi Síðan síðan
It's funny how we have football players on £300 thousand a week and people who are trying to save lives on £10 PH something don't add up.
brian bowes
brian bowes - Degi Síðan síðan
we build NUKES .GOD sends an enemy we can not see and it decimates us. Try to take the covid bug apart and see if there is a way to weaponize it against itself.
UGANDA-RWANDA TOURS
UGANDA-RWANDA TOURS - Degi Síðan síðan
God please heal our land
Devereux Lescault
Devereux Lescault - Degi Síðan síðan
China must suffer sanctions from the whole world! They hid the truth.
Viviána
Viviána - Degi Síðan síðan
6 months sounds excessive! China got rid of it much more quickly than that.
Fred Capp
Fred Capp - Degi Síðan síðan
ALL NEWS PROGRAMS ARE LIKE SHOWS, THEY NEED TO FILL THE AIR TIME WITH SOMETHING. TOO MANY PEOPLE WORKING IN THE MEDIA. THEY ACTUALLY SAID 3-6 MONTHS SO THE NEWS CHANNELS WILL OBVIOUSLY MAKE IT MORE DRAMATIC. WHY DONT THEY MENTION ALL THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE COME THROUGH IT AND SURVIVED? ALL NEWS PROGRAMS SHOULD HAVE ONE PERSON AT A DESK READING THE NEWS, LIKE IT USED TO BE, GET RID OF THE GLAMOUR AND STOP SCARE MONGERING FFSAKE
Mohammad Rafiul Alam Auntor
Mohammad Rafiul Alam Auntor - Degi Síðan síðan
finallay i have found it...search 6 black people dancing with coffin
Gina C
Gina C - Degi Síðan síðan
If Mike Ashley is so apologetic for his behavior so far, why doesn't he donate every piece of stock he has that can be used as eye protection, for example diving masks or swimming goggles, he could donate tens of thousands of pairs from multiple stores, come on Mike, DO YOUR BIT TO HELP OTHERS!
Stizll bee
Stizll bee - Degi Síðan síðan
Why they dont just flood that place in condoms is beyond me
Tez Jacksin
Tez Jacksin - Degi Síðan síðan
Sticking with Jesus
Shoot To Save
Shoot To Save - Degi Síðan síðan
Jabtak minority mein hei rote hein jab majority mein aate hei toe dunia ko rulatei hein
KevApparently
KevApparently - Degi Síðan síðan
4:13
HaSsy MiiA
HaSsy MiiA - Degi Síðan síðan
India claims to be worlds new super power. But it can't feed half of its population.
BroBeWan JoeKnowT.
BroBeWan JoeKnowT. - Degi Síðan síðan
Dude. I must have a set of the pliers, and hammer. 😉
Dave Jenvey
Dave Jenvey - Degi Síðan síðan
Won't the global lockdown just postpone the pandemic and drag it out for years? Or are we waiting for a vaccine, because that is at least a year away.
Hey It’s Nae !
Hey It’s Nae ! - Degi Síðan síðan
This girl is so brave I would have left in handcuffs from killing so many snow bunnies 🤬
King Caddeh
King Caddeh - Degi Síðan síðan
ismind.info/video/mmKNt9qZl7SqsYo.html Can i get 1k subscribers💔💔
Plog
Plog - Degi Síðan síðan
We should call it physical distancing...we can still socialize online.
Sheeple are Lame
Sheeple are Lame - Degi Síðan síðan
Uk was never a normal cxxtry to begin with <<< FREE ASSANGE
fakk2 afla
fakk2 afla - Degi Síðan síðan
Good now it can be free from imprisonment by men.
Old Skool Bodybuilding Routines
Old Skool Bodybuilding Routines - Degi Síðan síðan
Ha! They’ll be civil unrest well befor then. It’s already happening in China and Italy.
Neil Booth
Neil Booth - Degi Síðan síðan
lol social distancing through the summer pmsl yeah right 🤣
니가가라하와이
니가가라하와이 - Degi Síðan síðan
Oh Marion is a lady.....😁😁😁❤️❤️❤️❤️
mark smith
mark smith - Degi Síðan síðan
Amazing how many youtube commenters would know eactly what to do in global pandemic. Your skills are being wasted!!
Mark Lanzarotta
Mark Lanzarotta - Degi Síðan síðan
Italy: Now wait a second, I thought we were all over this Black Death stuff!
robert hingston
robert hingston - Degi Síðan síðan
This is how long ismind.info/video/pWWKvdK8hKaxmno.html
Reshma Sapkota
Reshma Sapkota - Degi Síðan síðan
So sad 🙏🙏😭😭
Nidhi
Nidhi - Degi Síðan síðan
This woman operator is so kind towards the girl! Genuinely concerned and, doing her job so well! Kudos to her! Need more ppl like her
HITMAN
HITMAN - Degi Síðan síðan
*stupidity* is more *dangerous* than corona virus .It can screw u in any situation .
DEAN ZENG
DEAN ZENG - Degi Síðan síðan
Lots of Countries are suffering from #COVID_19. Shortage of personal protective equipment is endangering health workers and civilians worldwide. China now have the largest production capacity in the world. Contact me for qualified #disposablemask and #KN95 mask!! whatsapp +86 13643005943 or Wechat: Deanpz
Adrian Jeffery
Adrian Jeffery - Degi Síðan síðan
Just suppose we don’t find a cure !!
Martial Arts UK
Martial Arts UK - Degi Síðan síðan
Where are the anti bodies from the recoverd patients globally? en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Military_World_Games
PeteSmithhy
PeteSmithhy - Degi Síðan síðan
#MakeChinaPay 🤬😡
ani s8
ani s8 - Degi Síðan síðan
Think more, question more, about other possibilities about these matters, often can help you gain more... ismind.info/video/kJ6JrdCkq9W3rqw.html Freedoms are as important as life itself.
cp1307
cp1307 - Degi Síðan síðan
The good news is that, we have a chance now to fulfill Paris Climate Agreement.
Juliétte
Juliétte - Degi Síðan síðan
So many people in the USA really think this is fake ! I cant believe the stupidity or denial from fear . I just cant figure out what is wrong with people here🤦🏻‍♀️
aoteagirl nz
aoteagirl nz - Degi Síðan síðan
dont they have deaf people in england