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Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care and back onto a ward, Downing Street has said.The prime minister will be closely monitored by doctors at St Thomas' Hospital in London in the early stages of his recovery from coronavirus but he is said to be in "extremely good spirits".
Teachers have been stopped from using Zoom in Singapore following a series of "very serious incidents". One incident reportedly saw hackers hijack the livestream of a geography lesson for teenage girls - forcing pictures of male genitalia to appear on their screens. The security breaches came during the first week of a coronavirus lockdown in Singapore, which has seen many schools move to home-based learning.
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A US jobs report published on Thursday showed 6.6 million Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week as the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of society, with nearly 10 percent of the workforce seeking aid.The surge in applications for government benefits has caused processing issues across the country, according to reports, and applicants have said they experienced website crashes and delayed payments when filing for unemployment.
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The store had to be thoroughly disinfected and the food destroyed after the incident.
A doctor diagnosed with coronavirus has died - three weeks after he warned the prime minister that health workers urgently needed more personal protective equipment (PPE). Abdul Mabud Chowdhury, 52, passed away after 15 days in hospital with COVID-19. On 18 March he wrote a message to Boris Johnson asking him to "urgently" ensure PPE for "each and every NHS worker in the UK".
Some officers have been 'baited' by members of the public, according to Northamptonshire Police.
An Islamic missionary movement is at the centre of a growing controversy in South Asia after it repeatedly held massive gatherings despite warnings about the coronavirus.
Boris Johnson appears to be out of danger at the start of an Easter weekend that ministers claim will be critical in the battle against coronavirus. After three nights in intensive care, the prime minister is now back in a hospital ward after a gradual improvement in his condition that has left him in "extremely good spirits". Downing Street announced Mr Johnson's move out of intensive care shortly after his stand-in, Dominic Raab, told the nation it is too early to lift the coronavirus lockdown.
Former Labour leadership hopeful Jess Phillips has been handed a frontbench role as Sir Keir Starmer unveiled his top team.The outspoken backbencher, who managed women's refuges before becoming an MP, has been handed a key role in shadow home office team, focusing on domestic violence and safeguarding.
It's one of the worst affected hospitals in London and is now working at nearly four times its normal critical care capacity because of COVID-19. Wards at Croydon University Hospital in south London - like the one we have been invited to - were once used for looking after elderly orthopaedic patients. This is an insight into an "ordinary" hospital ward operating in extraordinary times.
Congratulations are in order for Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who celebrate their 15th year of marriage today.The Prince of Wales, who has recently recovered after being diagnosed with coronavirus, is currently residing with his wife at Birkhall cottage in Balmoral, Scotland.
IN THE PAPERS - Thursday, April 9: French paper Liberation reports on concerns about restrictions on freedom continuing after the Covid-19 pandemic; Bernie Sanders slams Donald Trump in a piece for the Guardian; The New York Times looks at the fate of one billion people in slums at risk of being infected and finally one bored man in confinement recreates iconic movie posters adapted to current pandemic conditions!
The UK's coronavirus lockdown faces its sternest test this weekend as the public is urged to stay home over the long weekend .With the restrictions set to roll on beyond three weeks, the Government has urged people to stick by the guidelines with fears warm weather over the Bank Holiday could tempt breaches.
Sheila Oakes - who has since apologised for the Facebook remark - had already had the Labour Party whip withdrawn
The First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon says the government is waiting for more information on the impact of the lockdown, before deciding how much longer it will be in place.
British Airways, Ryanair and Easy Jet have grounded most of their fleet as travel restrictions placed around the world to stop the spread of coronavirus hits demand