The 84-year-old festival organiser and farmer has said the 250,000 people who attend Glastonbury is too many people to allow for social distancing.
The professional dancer revealed she has been rehearsing wearing a visor, but it does affect her breathing.
New guidelines will allow cast and crew to form social bubbles to film in close contact when it is unavoidable – such as sex scenes and fight scenes.
The BBC show - usually filmed as an open event at historic venues - will go ahead this summer with a small invited audience.
The chairman of the Police Federation said he had dealt with “naked men, happy drunks, angry drunks, fights and more angry drunks”.
The BBC reality show will not be filmed this year due to social distancing restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
With so much uncertainty surrounding where things will stand with COVID-19 come November, voting by mail has become a major topic of discussion ahead of the presidential election. This year many Americans are likely to vote by mail for the first time, but there are a lot of questions about the process: Who’s allowed to vote by mail? How are mail-in ballots collected and counted? Does voting by mail lead to fraud? Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward explains.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a dedicated runner, answers a question at the center of his two passions: Does he wear a mask when going for a run?
Celebrity Gogglebox viewers have taken to Twitter vent their anger at the Channel 4 show for appearing to break social distancing rules
The 'Mysterious Girl' singer said a delivery driver asked him to break social distancing rules to take a selfie.
Viewers of the Channel 4 show have complained the stars broke lockdown rules to film the show.
With social distancing likely to impact on TV and film producers may turn to hiring more real-life couples
A paper reveals how Boris Johnson’s science advisers were given options to ensure the public complied with measures.
Francis S. Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, joins Yahoo News Senior Political Correspondent Jon Ward on “The Long Game” podcast to discuss why guidance for wearing nonmedical face masks changed as officials learned more about how the coronavirus spreads. Collins points to early messages from Surgeon General Jerome Adams for civilians to stop buying N95 masks, which were needed by medical professionals, as a source of confusion but explains that the nonmedical masks now recommended serve a different purpose.
As college campuses across the country remain closed amid social distancing orders, graduating high school seniors and their families are stuck with a difficult question: Is college worth the price if classes are online? In turn, the American Council on Education predicts that fall enrollment could decrease by 15 percent or more, leaving colleges and universities with an estimated $23 billion in lost tuition. David Klein, CEO and co-founder of CommonBond, a finance company that specializes in affordable student loans, explains that there may, in fact, be a silver lining here — pressure to enroll students could force universities to address the college tuition crisis that existed long before the coronavirus.
Cressida Dick said easing of restrictions will make policing 'slightly more complicated'.
Primary schools may reopen for pupils in years 1 and 6 at the start of June if it is deemed safe.
Professor Simon Harding said the lockdown and travel restrictions are affecting the 'county lines' gang model.
Authorities have warned people not to be tempted to break lockdown rules early, despite expectations that some measures will be loosened on Sunday.
The role, advertised by a company that helps Thurrock Council, will apparently help: "patrol the streets, park and other areas around the borough making sure that people are social distancing".
As we enter another month battling the coronavirus pandemic, billions of people around the world are yearning for a return to normalcy. However, even as the spread of the virus has slowed in some areas, the effort to totally eliminate the disease still faces severe headwinds. While widespread testing continues to lag and a viable vaccine remains on the distant horizon, a promising new antiviral drug, remdesivir, shows signs of being an effective treatment for some COVID-19 patients. Yahoo News Medical Contributor Dr. Kavita Patel explains what you need to know about ending the coronavirus pandemic