Intensive care treatment could be prioritised for those most likely to survive – under new ethical guidelines published by the British Medical Association.
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For some children it’s a cause for celebration, but for those ready to sit GCSE and A-level exams the plan to close all schools from tomorrow spells uncertainty and turmoil.
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NHS England says it is ramping up its testing capacity – to around 10,000 coronavirus tests per day
The number of known UK infections is up by 54 on yesterday with the total now standing at 373.
There’s growing concern about the number of coronavirus related hate crimes against the Chinese and Asian communities.
The death toll worldwide has now surpassed 3,000, with more than 89,000 infections confirmed.
Today’s revelation that there are 12 new confirmed coronavirus cases brings the total number in the UK to 35.
The number of people known to have tested positive for coronavirus in the United Kingdom has now reached 23.
Now a British couple on board the Diamond Princess, the quarantined cruise ship in Japan, where hundreds of people have come down with coronavirus – have told their son that they have both tested positive for the virus.
Downing Street has said that more than 70 Britons stranded on a coronavirus-hit cruise ship could be flown home.
Health officials in Sussex say they’ve traced all close contacts of two GPs who have been diagnosed with the illness.
Ayshah Tull reports from Brighton on the British businessman thought to have passed the virus to at least 11 other people.