Pakistan doctors beaten by police as they despair of 'untreatable' pandemic. Lack of equipment, dysfunctional government and conflicting messages are impeding country’s efforts against virus
Barack and Michelle Obama will “come off the sidelines and get involved” to support presidential candidate Joe Biden, according to Mr Obama’s former campaign manager.Jim Messina told MSNBC on Wednesday that the withdrawal of senator Bernie Sanders from the 2020 race would allow the former president and first lady support their former vice president in a way that was “a very, very big deal”.
A simulation by Aalto University, the Finnish Meteorological Institute, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and the University of Helsinki shows how particles carrying coronavirus can spread.
Chris Bryant said the word is 'deeply offensive' to those who die from the disease as it 'implies they are to blame'.
Eileen and Eleanor Andrews, 66, are believed to have contracted COVID-19 at the home they shared together in South Wales.
The 'Die Hard' star is apparently handy with a set of clippers.
Wildlife destruction 'not a slippery slope but a series of cliff edges'New study finds ocean ecosystems likely to collapse in 2020s and land species in 2040s unless global warming stemmed
The Queen has not let the closure of churches during coronavirus stop the tradition going ahead.
It is a week since he was in the same hospital and same intensive care unit where the prime minister is now, but the emotion and the memories are still horribly raw for Dave Hunt. Mr Hunt spent 10 days at St Thomas' Hospital after testing positive for COVID-19, and was treated for four of them in the same intensive care unit (ICU) where Boris Johnson is now. "Boris Johnson will be in good care," he told us, "He'll have a dedicated nurse checking his oxygen stats levels are up... and he'll be sat there getting at much air into his lungs as possible."
Chancellor Rishi Sunak says that he cannot "save every single job, protect every single business or, indeed, every single charity" despite the Government's emergency measures.
Between Saturday and Tuesday, officers also had to deal with 166 street parties.
The World Health Organisation said fewer than 1,000 people have been tested but a number of its citizens are in quarantine.
NHS workers, private contractors and British Army troops are building medical and intensive care facilities inside Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre.