The reality is we won’t change much, if at all, after the pandemic is over, writes Peter Hughes.
The UK government orders 10,000 ventilators from Dyson, Spain converts an ice rink into a makeshift morgue, The US Senate approves a historic economic bailout of $2 trillion dollars and in Hanoi, a shop owner has created the “coronaburger”.
I’ve learnt tricks galore to manage mental health and perfected the art of what one does during house arrest, writes Eleanor Thom.
The World Health Organisation has reiterated pleas for people to stay at home to help tackle the spread of coronavirus, as the number of cases has surpassed 380,000 worldwide. This comes as the UK enforces strict limits on leaving homes, South Africa goes into a 21-day lockdown, and stocks continue to fall on Wall Street.
Boris Johnson has put the country on lockdown to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic. We explain the new rules of daily life.
Not wanting to isolate even a single voter, the PM's ‘advice’ has tried to appeal to almost everyone and left social distancing open to interpretation, writes Charlotte Moore.
As UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned of “the worst public health crisis in a generation”, world leaders are coming into close contact with Covid-19. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in self-isolation after his wife Sophie tested positive for coronavirus, and a Brazilian official who was recently pictured with Donald Trump also has the virus. Elsewhere, Disneyland has closed its parks in the US and France, and the Nepalese government have closed off Mount Everest to climbers until the end of April, to help combat the spread of the virus.
Actor Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson have revealed that they have tested positive for coronavirus while in Australia. Hanks shared the news on his Instagram page, shortly after the virus was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. Following the announcement, President Donald Trump imposed a 30-day travel ban between the US and all 26 EU countries, excluding the UK. The NBA have also cancelled their upcoming season.
The active-duty Navy sailor shot three Defense Department civilian workers, according to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii, which was on lockdown for hours.
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