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A new study shows 88% of people retain antibodies for longer than previously thought.
Experts say that wearing a face mask can protect your health and slow the spread of coronavirus. But it only works when it’s worn correctly. Here are some dos and don’ts for the right wear and care.
President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail following treatment for coronavirus. In the rally in Florida, Trump tried to overcome Joe Biden's poll lead by downplaying the effects of the virus and mocking Biden's cautiousness.
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus. The president confirmed his diagnosis on Twitter early Friday morning. The news came after it was announced that his senior aide Hope Hicks had tested positive.
Supermarkets have been hit with empty shelves, as fears growing over coronavirus cause shoppers to panic-buy. Essentials like toilet roll and hand wash are in short supply, despite the government saying there is no need to stockpile - so why are people doing it? We spoke to consumer psychologist Dimitrios Tsivrikos to find out why we’re feeling the urge to stockpile.
Italy has imposed a quarantine on the entire country in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus, telling its some 60 million residents to stay at home as travel restrictions are put in place and public gatherings are banned. We spoke to residents to find out what life is like under lockdown.
Italy on lockdown, festivals cancelled and Britain moves into ‘delay’ phase. Here are five things you need to know about the Covid-19 virus today as cases rise to almost 110,000 worldwide.
Covid-19 has spread across six continents and claimed thousands of lives in a rapid space of time. Are we seeing a pandemic unfold and what can we do to protect ourselves from its spread? We spoke with Dr Freja Jephcott to find out what a pandemic is.
Hand-washing is the best way to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Here's the latest advice from the NHS.
The coronavirus started in the Chinese city of Wuhan and has already seen hundreds taken ill, with 17 confirmed deaths. Heightened precautions are being taken in China and elsewhere by governments, as hundreds of millions of people are expected to travel both domestically and abroad for Lunar New Year celebrations.