These houses situated along Lake Erie were encased in ice. Snowstorm buried the properties under a thick sheet of ice. Icicles were hanging from doors and windows. All houses were sealed shut with the heavy snow.
Actor Jay Benedict, who appeared in a range of films and TV shows, from Aliens to Emmerdale, has died due to complications from coronavirus. The actor, who also appeared in Batman film The Dark Knight Rises alongside Christian Bale and Tom Hardy, died on Saturday, aged 68. A statement posted on his website said: "It is with profound sorrow that we must announce Jay's death on the 4th of April due to complications arising from a COVID-19 infection."
MPs said people have died as a result of China withholding information about the extent of the spread of COVID-19.
The vast majority of Britons were left scratching their heads after pictures once again emerged of some people ignoring the lockdown as temperatures soared. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock were among those urging the public to stay inside despite the warm weather, reaching 21C (69.8F) on Sunday. Police patrols did their best to disperse crowds which began to gather in contravention of social distancing instructions, but the numbers of people who had decided not to comply with those instructions were significant.
A four-year-old tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for coronavirus, likely the first case involving an animal in the US.Nadia and six other big cats were symptomatic with a dry cough and were believed to have been infected by an asymptomatic member of the zoo staff.
Scotland's chief medical officer Catherine Calderwood has been forced to step back from public briefings on the country’s response to coronavirus after she broke her own advice on social distancing.Police issued a warning to Ms Calderwood on Sunday after she ignored lockdown guidance designed to slow the spread of Covid-19 when she visited her second home this weekend and last.
The prime minister has been in self-isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 10 days ago
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle might often make all the headlines for their style, but in her choice of bold colours their grandmother-in-law Queen Elizabeth is ahead of the pack.Despite following unofficial royal style rules which include wearing weighted hemlines and nude tights, the Queen has managed to make a formal royal dress code her own by splashing out on vibrant shades.
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The prime minister was admitted to hospital 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus.