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Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 9 (2020)

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
Coronavirus: Belarus football carrying on 'not comprehendible' - Fifpro
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Belarus football carrying on 'not comprehendible' - Fifpro World players' union Fifpro says it is "frankly not comprehendible" that professional football continues in Belarus amid the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Covid-19 confirmed in Western Isles and Orkney
BBC News: Coronavirus: Covid-19 confirmed in Western Isles and Orkney The cases mean all Scottish health boards have confirmed the presence of Covid-19 Continue reading.
Praise for Suffolk brewer Adnams after it cancels landlords’ rent during Covid-19 crisis
Praise for Suffolk brewer Adnams after it cancels landlords’ rent during Covid-19 crisis. Adnams will stop charging its pub tenants rent during the coronavirus pandemic – with one landlord saying it’s given a “light at the end of the tunnel”. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: National League's three divisions suspended indefinitely
BBC News: Coronavirus: National League's three divisions suspended indefinitely The three divisions of England's National League are suspended indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus cases in Suffolk rise to 116
Coronavirus cases in Suffolk rise to 116. Further coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Suffolk this evening. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK must go 'further, faster' to increase testing capacity
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK must go 'further, faster' to increase testing capacity The government is working to increase coronavirus tests, Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove says. Continue reading.
BBC's George Alagiah on living with coronavirus and cancer
BBC News: BBC's George Alagiah on living with coronavirus and cancer Newsreader George Alagiah says he caught the virus between cancer treatments and had mild symptoms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: PSNI to suspend Troubles investigations
BBC News: Coronavirus: PSNI to suspend Troubles investigations Officers and staff from Legacy Investigations Branch are redeployed to respond to coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: London Mayor Sadiq Khan asks city's top clubs for NHS support
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: London Mayor Sadiq Khan asks city's top clubs for NHS support London's top football clubs are asked to help support the National Health Service through the coronavirus crisis, by the city's mayor Sadiq Khan. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: National League's three divisions suspended indefinitely
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: National League's three divisions suspended indefinitely The three divisions of England's National League are suspended indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Ocado buys 100,000 test kits for staff
BBC News: Coronavirus: Ocado buys 100,000 test kits for staff The internet retailer says it would share the kits with the NHS if asked to do so by the government. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New job starters 'petrified' over wage help scheme
BBC News: Coronavirus: New job starters 'petrified' over wage help scheme Workers who started new jobs in March are not eligible for the government's wage grant scheme. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Ipswich woman's garden run raises hundreds for charity
Fiona Wilson was determined to not let the coronavirus lockdown stop her raising money for charity. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Scottish FA & SPFL staff take 10% wage cut amid coronavirus pandemic
BBC Sport: Scottish FA & SPFL staff take 10% wage cut amid coronavirus pandemic Staff at the Scottish FA and and SPFL have taken a 10% wage cut, while wage increases and annual bonuses have been waived. Continue reading.
How can you protect yourself from scammers during Covid-19 crisis?
How can you protect yourself from scammers during Covid-19 crisis? Opportunistic fraudsters are continuing to use the coronavirus crisis as a way to scam people, it has been warned. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Grandma didn't die alone thanks to nurse'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Grandma didn't die alone thanks to nurse' Kim England-Godber thanks the nurse who stayed with her grandmother during her final moments. Continue reading.
‘Character died halfway through movie’: Star of Contagion Kate Winslet gives public Covid-19 advice, prompts brutal mockery
RT: ‘Character died halfway through movie’: Star of Contagion Kate Winslet gives public Covid-19 advice, prompts brutal mockery British actor Kate Winslet, who starred in the pandemic movie ‘Contagion’ – in which her character ultimately dies – has posted a video advising people on how to stop the spread of coronavirus, leading to a roasting on Twitter.
Nearly 400 more people die in England from coronavirus
Nearly 400 more people die in England from coronavirus. New figures from the government have shown that almost 400 people in England have died from coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK considers virus-tracing app to ease lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK considers virus-tracing app to ease lockdown Study describes how app would alert citizens if someone they came into contact with tests positive. Continue reading.
What's in Scotland's emergency coronavirus bill?
BBC News: What's in Scotland's emergency coronavirus bill? What is the Scottish government's emergency coronavirus legislation actually going to do? Continue reading.
‘The message does seem to be getting through’ - Police issue no fines under new Covid-19 powers
‘The message does seem to be getting through’ - Police issue no fines under new Covid-19 powers. No fines have yet been issued by Suffolk police under new powers brought in to tackle the spread of the coronavirus, the force has confirmed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I don't want a flight voucher, where's my refund?'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I don't want a flight voucher, where's my refund? ' The airlines' trade body wants to give vouchers for cancelled flights but passengers are unhappy. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Six more people die in Northern Ireland
BBC News: Coronavirus: Six more people die in Northern Ireland It means a total of 28 people have now died in Northern Ireland, with 586 confirmed cases. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: D-Day veteran Harold Pearsall dies, aged 97
BBC News: Coronavirus: D-Day veteran Harold Pearsall dies, aged 97 Harold Pearsall, who was 97, had tested positive for Covid-19 while in hospital. Continue reading.
Number of Scottish coronavirus deaths reaches 60
BBC News: Number of Scottish coronavirus deaths reaches 60 Scotland sees its biggest daily increase in the number of coronavirus deaths so far, wita further 13 people dying. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Supergran', 94, discharged from hospital
Grandmother Joy is discharged from hospital after a 10-day battle with Covid-19 and pneumonia. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
'Stop being irritating': Piers Morgan feuds with Peter Hitchens over 'disproportionate' Covid-19 lockdown measures
RT: 'Stop being irritating': Piers Morgan feuds with Peter Hitchens over 'disproportionate' Covid-19 lockdown measures Piers Morgan and Peter Hitchens have clashed in a fiery exchange of words during a live debate, after the journalist argued that the UK government's lockdown restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic was excessive. During a live TV debate on Covid-19 with two other guests, Hitchens claimed that the government and police response to the pandemic had been "disproportionate" and "driven by hysteria.
Coronavirus: Tottenham's non-playing staff take pay cut
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Tottenham's non-playing staff take pay cut Tottenham's non-playing staff will take a 20% pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic, the club announces in a statement on Tuesday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK mortgage market goes into lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK mortgage market goes into lockdown Lenders are cutting back on loans, unless borrowers have a huge deposit or plenty of equity. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Paramedic protective kit 'only fit for making sandwiches'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Paramedic protective kit 'only fit for making sandwiches' A London paramedic says he does not feel protected while treating patients with suspected coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Katie Swan helps vulnerable during crisis
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Katie Swan helps vulnerable during crisis British tennis star Katie Swan says "there are so many bigger things in life" after her family receive overwhelming responses from vulnerable people they have helped through the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus prompts Network Rail plea to former signal staff across East Anglia
Coronavirus prompts Network Rail plea to former signal staff across East Anglia. Network Rail has appealed to recently-retired signal staff across the region to consider coming back to work to support the industry in case there are staffing problems because of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
James Corden's Homefest: Star speaks of 'anxiety and sadness' over coronavirus
BBC News: James Corden's Homefest: Star speaks of 'anxiety and sadness' over coronavirus TV host James Corden sums up how many people are feeling during the coronavirus situation. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI executive received extra £912m for Covid-19 outbreak
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI executive received extra £912m for Covid-19 outbreak Finance Minister Conor Murphy outlines the spending in the 2020/21 budget. Continue reading.
Celtic: Neil Lennon says wage cuts possible to cope with coronavirus impact
BBC Sport: Celtic: Neil Lennon says wage cuts possible to cope with coronavirus impact Manager Neil Lennon says wage cuts are a possibility at Celtic amid the shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
School donates from its canteen to Ipswich Hospital nurses fighting coronavirus
School donates from its canteen to Ipswich Hospital nurses fighting coronavirus. Children at Copleston High School have made up food boxes from surplus goods in their school’s canteen to help feed hungry Ipswich Hospital workers fighting coronavirus on the frontline. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Matt Hancock 'on mend' after 'mild' symptoms
BBC News: Coronavirus: Matt Hancock 'on mend' after 'mild' symptoms Matt Hancock thanks the public for cooperating with the government's "draconian measures". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Home abortions approved during outbreak
BBC News: Coronavirus: Home abortions approved during outbreak The government in England has changed its mind on home abortion several times. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Matt Hancock 'on mend' after 'mild' symptoms
Matt Hancock thanks the public for cooperating with the government's "draconian measures". Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Goats take over empty streets of seaside town
BBC News: Coronavirus: Goats take over empty streets of seaside town With people staying inside because of coronavirus, the animals are providing "free entertainment". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Submarine captain’s advice on social isolation
BBC News: Coronavirus: Submarine captain’s advice on social isolation A former submarine captain has five tips for coping with isolation during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in UK: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus crisis delays work on new road for Wolsey Grange
Coronavirus crisis delays work on new road for Wolsey Grange. The planned closure of one of the busiest roads on the edge of Ipswich has been postponed to avoid the need for engineers to work on the project during the height of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
East Anglian retail chain closes ‘with heavy heart’ due to coronavirus crisis
East Anglian retail chain closes ‘with heavy heart’ due to coronavirus crisis. Value retailer QD has announced it is temporarily closing all its stores as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: British Airways suspends all Gatwick flights
BBC News: Coronavirus: British Airways suspends all Gatwick flights The airline says it is facing a challenging environment in "unprecedented circumstances". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Record supermarket sales in March 'busier than Christmas'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Record supermarket sales in March 'busier than Christmas' Grocery sales this month beat all previous records as shoppers stocked up, a survey says, Continue reading.
Street rangers restart Ipswich patrols after coronavirus lockdown
Street rangers restart Ipswich patrols after coronavirus lockdown. A team of street rangers forced to stop patrols of Ipswich town centre due to the coronavirus crisis have returned to their beat - after the lockdown enabled them to safely go back to work. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Police told to be 'consistent' with lockdown approach
BBC News: Coronavirus: Police told to be 'consistent' with lockdown approach The guidance to officers comes amid criticism of how some forces have enforced social distancing measures. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Airport handlers at risk of collapse
BBC News: Coronavirus: Airport handlers at risk of collapse Aviation services companies are calling on the government for urgent assistance due to the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Edinburgh hospital 'calm, controlled and ready'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Edinburgh hospital 'calm, controlled and ready' A consultant at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh says it is currently the quietest he has ever seen. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Tesco 'whipping up' storm over rate relief
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tesco 'whipping up' storm over rate relief The retail giant is accused of a "disproportionate" campaign to overturn Welsh Ministers' decision. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: I'm in lockdown with my abuser
BBC News: Coronavirus: I'm in lockdown with my abuser The BBC has spoken to two women who are currently under lockdown with men who have abused them. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Book buddies aim to ease lockdown loneliness
BBC News: Coronavirus: Book buddies aim to ease lockdown loneliness An author says she wants to give readers a chance to "find a new friend" during the lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hundreds raised for Staffordshire Women's Aid
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hundreds raised for Staffordshire Women's Aid More than £1,400 raised will be spent on food vouchers for vulnerable women and their families. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Free school meals children to get food vouchers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Free school meals children to get food vouchers Ministers say the vouchers could be available to families in England as early as Tuesday afternoon. Continue reading.
Delay Brexit deadline amid coronavirus, say MEPS
BBC News: Delay Brexit deadline amid coronavirus, say MEPS The UK is due to stop following EU rules by the end of 2020 but a group of MEPs say the date should be pushed back. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What should you do if you are stuck abroad?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What should you do if you are stuck abroad? The government has outlined plans aimed at bringing stranded Britons home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Clothing warehouse 'putting lives at risk'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Clothing warehouse 'putting lives at risk' Clipper Logistics is accused of not doing enough to allow staff to follow social distancing advice. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK measures 'making a difference'
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK measures 'making a difference' People are heeding the advice to stay home to keep pressure off the NHS - and it's working, says adviser. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Brother pays tribute to 'hero' consultant
BBC News: Coronavirus: Brother pays tribute to 'hero' consultant Amged El-Hawrani "went out fighting like the noble, strong man he was", his brother says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus field hospital could open in two weeks
BBC News: Coronavirus field hospital could open in two weeks Nicola Sturgeon says work has begun to turn Glasgow's SEC into a temporary hospital. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Less contact with people is helping, says chief science adviser
BBC News: Coronavirus: Less contact with people is helping, says chief science adviser Sir Patrick Vallance says it's still too early to know when the measures can end. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Stormont divisions are not ‘orange and green’
BBC News: Coronavirus: Stormont divisions are not ‘orange and green’ Michelle O'Neill says opinion is split on how to tackle Covid-19 but ministers are united in their goal. Continue reading.
Army of Suffolk student nurses prepare to support effort to combat coronavirus
Army of Suffolk student nurses prepare to support effort to combat coronavirus. An army of student nurses from the University of Suffolk are preparing to support the health and social care system during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Grounded planes fill airport runways
BBC News: Coronavirus: Grounded planes fill airport runways Eerie scenes at major airports across the UK as air travel comes to a halt. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Leeds woman put message in window to ask cat's name
BBC News: Coronavirus: Leeds woman put message in window to ask cat's name Sian Cosgrove had nicknamed the black and white moggie Eric but he is actually called Walter. Continue reading.
Coronavirus couple trapped in India moved to private hospital
Coronavirus couple trapped in India moved to private hospital. A Sudbury couple trapped in India and suffering from coronavirus have been moved from the squalid conditions of a public hospital. Continue reading.
Traveller trapped on ‘dream trip’ of a lifetime in New Zealand amid coronavirus outbreak
Traveller trapped on ‘dream trip’ of a lifetime in New Zealand amid coronavirus outbreak. A travel enthusiast from East Anglia who spent her life savings on a dream trip to New Zealand is now trapped there - as the coronavirus lockdown continues. Continue reading.
Newcastle United: Coronavirus pandemic forces Premier Club to put non-playing staff on leave
BBC Sport: Newcastle United: Coronavirus pandemic forces Premier Club to put non-playing staff on leave Newcastle United become the first Premier League club to place their non-playing staff on temporary leave because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus lockdown: Art and craft activity downloads from Firstsite artists
Coronavirus lockdown: Art and craft activity downloads from Firstsite artists. Some of the nation’s leading artists join forces with Colchester gallery Firstsite to battle stay at home boredom and keep Britain creative during the ongoing Coronavirus lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Foreign Office links up with airlines to fly stranded Britons home
BBC News: Coronavirus: Foreign Office links up with airlines to fly stranded Britons home Government to work with airlines to gets tens of thousands home - and spend £75m on other charter flights. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Raab announces scheme to fly stranded Brits home
BBC News: Coronavirus: Raab announces scheme to fly stranded Brits home Special charter flights will be arranged for countries where commercial flights have stopped. Continue reading.
Patient with no underlying health conditions dies at hospital from coronavirus
Patient with no underlying health conditions dies at hospital from coronavirus. A patient who had no underlying health conditions is one of three people who have died at Colchester Hospital in the past 24 hours having contracted coronavirus. Continue reading.
Number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Suffolk reaches 100 as figures continue to rise
Number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Suffolk reaches 100 as figures continue to rise. The number of patients who have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Suffolk now sits at 100 after 13 people tested positive in the last 24 hours. Continue reading.
‘ONE IN FOUR’ UK doctors forced off work as Covid-19 pandemic causes severe headache for healthcare system
RT: ‘ONE IN FOUR’ UK doctors forced off work as Covid-19 pandemic causes severe headache for healthcare system The UK’s national healthcare system (NHS) is struggling to cope with around 25 percent of doctors who are off work sick or in self-isolation, as the Covid-19 pandemic wreaks havoc across frontline services. The president of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), Professor Andrew Goddard, claimed on Monday that around a quarter of all doctors have been forced off work, either with coronavirus or because a family member or housemate is symptomatic. Also on rt.
Coronavirus: ICU doctor misses son's birth due to symptoms
BBC News: Coronavirus: ICU doctor misses son's birth due to symptoms Masterchef champion Saliha Mahmood-Ahmed's husband has developed coronavirus symptoms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus victim, 108, survived 1918 Spanish flu pandemic
BBC News: Coronavirus victim, 108, survived 1918 Spanish flu pandemic Hilda Churchill lived through two world wars and the Spanish flu before falling victim to coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lord Sumption brands Derbyshire Police 'disgraceful'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lord Sumption brands Derbyshire Police 'disgraceful' Former judge Lord Sumption says Derbyshire Police's approach "shamed policing traditions". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Former BBC radio presenter dies with virus
John Hood's former partner Jayne Lindill says his friends and family are "heartbroken" by his death. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Meet the Suffolk Ghostbuster tackling coronavirus party cancellations
Meet the Suffolk Ghostbuster tackling coronavirus party cancellations. When the coronavirus hits and your kid’s birthday party is cancelled who are you going to call? Well it might be Suffolk’s very own Ghostbuster, Danny Newman.
Supergran, 94, beats coronavirus - and thanks ‘brilliant’ NHS nurses
Supergran, 94, beats coronavirus - and thanks ‘brilliant’ NHS nurses. A “miracle” 94-year-old supergran has thanked amazing NHS hospital staff for helping to save her life after she beat coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Britons stranded in the Philippines
BBC News: Coronavirus: Britons stranded in the Philippines Travel restrictions and growing costs mean hundreds of foreign travellers are unable to get home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Aldeburgh Festival cancelled
Coronavirus: Aldeburgh Festival cancelled. Snape Maltings has announced the cancellation of this year’s Aldeburgh Festival. The 2020 festival would have been the 73rd Aldeburgh Festival and this is the first time in its history that it will not go ahead.
What you are owed under the new coronavirus measures – and how to get it
What you are owed under the new coronavirus measures – and how to get it. During the past few weeks the government has brought in an extensive range of measures to help people who may be left without work because of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Bury Christmas Fayre falls victim to coronavirus
Bury Christmas Fayre falls victim to coronavirus. This year’s Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre has been cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
David Hodgkiss: Lancashire CCC chairman dies after contracting coronavirus
BBC Sport: David Hodgkiss: Lancashire CCC chairman dies after contracting coronavirus Lancashire chairman David Hodgkiss dies at the age of 71 after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Ipswich MP Tom Hunt in isolation after showing coronavirus symptoms
Ipswich MP Tom Hunt in isolation after showing coronavirus symptoms. Ipswich MP Tom Hunt is self-isolating at his flat in the town after developing symptoms of coronavirus Covid-19. Continue reading.
Chief Constable joins tributes to Suffolk police hero John Hood after coronavirus death
Chief Constable joins tributes to Suffolk police hero John Hood after coronavirus death. Tributes have continued to pour in for former Stars of Suffolk winner John Hood, who has died at the age of 66 after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Carluccio's collapses putting 2,000 jobs at risk
BBC News: Coronavirus: Carluccio's collapses putting 2,000 jobs at risk The future of some 2,000 of the restaurant's employees hang in the balance. Continue reading.
BrightHouse: Rent-to-own giant collapses as coronavirus shuts shops
BBC News: BrightHouse: Rent-to-own giant collapses as coronavirus shuts shops Customers must keep paying for items they are renting despite administrators being appointed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Why are British travellers struggling to get home?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Why are British travellers struggling to get home? UK tourists stranded around the world want to know why more is not being done to help them get home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Minute's silence for Amged El-Hawrani
BBC News: Coronavirus: Minute's silence for Amged El-Hawrani Amged El-Hawrani died in Leicester on Saturday after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko plays ice hockey despite global Covid-19 crisis
BBC Sport: Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko plays ice hockey despite global Covid-19 crisis Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko takes part in an ice hockey match, despite the global Covid-19 pandemic, insisting "there are no viruses here. " Continue reading.
‘Incredibly selfish’: Labour MP who broke Covid-19 travel rules to wish elderly father happy birthday leaves people divided
RT: ‘Incredibly selfish’: Labour MP who broke Covid-19 travel rules to wish elderly father happy birthday leaves people divided A UK lawmaker who traveled miles to celebrate the birthday of his father — ex-Labour leader Neil Kinnock — going against government lockdown rules on coronavirus, provoking fierce debate on the rights and wrongs of such action.
UK’s Prince Charles ‘out of isolation’ after Covid-19 diagnosis
RT: UK’s Prince Charles ‘out of isolation’ after Covid-19 diagnosis Heir to the British throne Prince Charles has come out of self-isolation and his health is improving after having tested positive for the Covid-19 virus last week, Clarence House has confirmed. "Having consulted with his doctor, the Prince of Wales is now out of self-isolation," a spokesman for the royal said on Monday. Charles, 71, spent seven days in self-isolation at his home in Scotland having tested positive for the virus after suffering mild symptoms.
Dominic Cummings, UK PM's top adviser, reportedly self-isolating with Covid-19 symptoms, as virus spreads among elite
RT: Dominic Cummings, UK PM's top adviser, reportedly self-isolating with Covid-19 symptoms, as virus spreads among elite British PM Boris Johnson’s top adviser Dominic Cummings is reportedly self-isolating, after developing the symptoms of coronavirus over the weekend. The Daily Mail’s political editor Jason Groves took to Twitter on Monday morning claiming that, according to a No. 10 source, Cummings remains “in contact” despite coming down with symptoms of the disease that has already struck at the heart of the UK government.
Coronavirus in F1: Red Bull's Helmut Marko told team's drivers to become infected
BBC Sport: Coronavirus in F1: Red Bull's Helmut Marko told team's drivers to become infected Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko says he told his team's drivers to become infected with coronavirus while the season is in hiatus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Stalybridge man charged with social distancing breach
BBC News: Coronavirus: Stalybridge man charged with social distancing breach Steven Mackie is accused of repeatedly approaching people in a supermarket queue. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What are ventilators and why are they important?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What are ventilators and why are they important? The lives of some Covid-19 patients may depend upon medical ventilators - here are the basics of how they work. Continue reading.
UK’s coronavirus spread is ‘just-about slowing’ as antibody tests could be ‘ready in days’ – senior epidemiologist
RT: UK’s coronavirus spread is ‘just-about slowing’ as antibody tests could be ‘ready in days’ – senior epidemiologist Preliminary data shows that the rate of the spread of Covid-19 across the UK has slowed, while antibody tests could be ready in a matter of days, according to Neil Ferguson, one of that nation’s leading experts in the crisis.

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