In this video we want to talk about some of the positive news around this virus.
All your questions answered – from online deliveries, to the risk of getting coronavirus from food packaging.
The Queen has given a rare televised national broadcast on the coronavirus.
To relieve the pressure on jails and the NHS, thousands of inmates in England and Wales will be temporarily released on licence, with electronic tagging.
New Orleans – where tens of thousands of people crowded into the city to celebrate Mardi Gras just mere weeks ago – is fast emerging as the southern hotspot of coronavirus in the United States.
When India was plunged into a strict lockdown – it left the country’s internal migrant workers stranded, many hundreds of miles from home.
Donald Trump has backed away from putting New York state and neighbouring areas under quarantine. But millions of residents in its three neighbouring states have been urged to avoid non-essential travel in a region that has become the deadliest hotspot of the outbreak in the US. So far more than 800 people have died and …
“It’s taken away my last roll of the dice”. Cancer patients across the country have been telling us they feel abandoned as the health system puts all its focus into dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
When Kieron and Nancy found out they were expecting their second child they didn’t expect things to turn out like this…
Remember, you are not alone..
Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel has gone into isolation after a doctor she’d been in contact with tested positive.
The numbers testing positive rose more than 6,500 since yesterday.
A British company has developed a rapid diagnostic self-testing kit for Covid-19 – Channel 4 News can exclusively reveal.
Only one per cent of medical staff working on our healthcare frontline feel the NHS is coping with the Coronavirus outbreak, a Channel 4 News survey exclusively reveals. Almost 1000 NHS staff were surveyed about preparedness of our national health system for treating covid-19 for a special 1-hour programme tonight at 8pm called Coronavirus: Are…
How deadly is the coronavirus? How fast can it spread? What are the best precautions? Will we end up responding to it the way China has done? And how prepared are we in Britain?