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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.
Seven more cases of coronavirus in Suffolk
Seven more cases of coronavirus in Suffolk. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Suffolk has risen to 42, an increase of seven. Continue reading.
Clap for our Carers: National applause for coronavirus health workers
BBC News: Clap for our Carers: National applause for coronavirus health workers As the UK remains in lockdown, residents show their gratitude for those treating the virus. Continue reading.
Mikel Arteta: Arsenal manager on coronavirus recovery
BBC Sport: Mikel Arteta: Arsenal manager on coronavirus recovery People should be "emotionally more open" after the coronavirus pandemic, says Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta following his recovery from the illness. Continue reading.
‘Incredible’ carers hailed for efforts during Covid-19 crisis
‘Incredible’ carers hailed for efforts during Covid-19 crisis. The efforts of carers during the coronavirus lockdown are being recognised by social care chiefs – and the public is being urged to show its support too. Continue reading.
Coronavirus Movie Quote Quiz: ‘Here’s coughing at you kid’
Coronavirus Movie Quote Quiz: ‘Here’s coughing at you kid’. There’s an old Hollywood adage that goes: “Without a script, you haven’t got a movie. ” Although, there have been several directors and producers that have tried to put the truth of that saying to the test over the years (The Fast and Furious films?
Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by more than 100 in a day
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by more than 100 in a day The death toll has risen from 475 to 578, the Department of Health and Social Care confirms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Clap for Carers' creator on her viral challenge
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Clap for Carers' creator on her viral challenge Annemarie Plas challenges the public to thank health workers by breaking into applause at 20:00GMT. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: County Down Army base to be used as a mortuary
BBC News: Coronavirus: County Down Army base to be used as a mortuary A section of Kinnegar Army base in Holywood will be used as part of Northern Ireland's Covid-19 planning. Continue reading.
Indy 500 postponed until August because of coronavirus pandemic
BBC Sport: Indy 500 postponed until August because of coronavirus pandemic The Indianapolis 500, the USA's most prestigious race, is postponed until 23 August as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
More than 2,000 more cases of coronavirus in UK
More than 2,000 more cases of coronavirus in UK. The number of coronavirus cases in the UK has increased by 2,219 in the past 24 hours. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS uses tech giants to plan crisis response
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS uses tech giants to plan crisis response Amazon and Microsoft are among those helping with a dashboard to model where ventilators should go. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Self-employed will get 80% income, chancellor announces
BBC News: Coronavirus: Self-employed will get 80% income, chancellor announces Rishi Sunak says the money will be paid in a single lump sum, but will not begin to arrive until June. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'People don't understand it is spreading so quickly'
A 19-year-old woman posts a video on Facebook urging young people to take the coronavirus seriously. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Brighton player 'OK' after testing positive
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Brighton player 'OK' after testing positive An unnamed Brighton player tests positive for coronavirus but is "OK", says chief executive Paul Barber. Continue reading.
Are road repairs continuing during coronavirus lockdown?
Are road repairs continuing during coronavirus lockdown? Repairs and maintenance on Suffolk’s roads are continuing during the coronavirus pandemic – but highways chiefs have asked the public not to approach workers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK government unveils aid for self-employed
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK government unveils aid for self-employed The self-employed will be paid up to £2,500 a month to help them cope with the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Police get new powers to enforce protection
BBC News: Coronavirus: Police get new powers to enforce protection They can order people to go home, leave an area or disperse, with a range of fines for rule breakers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What help will self-employed get from government?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What help will self-employed get from government? What is being done for the five million self-employed people in the UK facing a sudden loss of income? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Sunak on support for self-employed
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sunak on support for self-employed Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils a package of support for self-employed workers facing financial difficulties. Continue reading.
‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’: UK hospital staff shows solidarity with colleagues battling Covid-19 amid protective kit shortages
RT: ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’: UK hospital staff shows solidarity with colleagues battling Covid-19 amid protective kit shortages As the UK government faces a barrage of accusations that they’re failing to provide enough protective equipment and testing during the coronavirus pandemic, NHS staff in one hospital showed their comradery.
Popular shop marks 10-year anniversary - but now faces its biggest ever challenge in coronavirus crisis
Popular shop marks 10-year anniversary - but now faces its biggest ever challenge in coronavirus crisis. A village shop run by a band of volunteers has celebrated its 10th anniversary - at the very time it has arguably become more important to its community than ever during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK before and after 'lockdown'
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK before and after 'lockdown' As the UK adapts to social distancing in order to slow the coronavirus spread, a reminder of how the country has changed. Continue reading.
Gymnastic club pleas for help as coronavirus sees income disappear
Gymnastic club pleas for help as coronavirus sees income disappear. An Ipswich gymnastics club is pleading for donations as it fears it may never reopen its doors after the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus cough attacks a crime, says prosecution chief
BBC News: Coronavirus cough attacks a crime, says prosecution chief Those that deliberately cough on key workers while claiming to have coronavirus will be charged. Continue reading.

Sizewell C facing delay because of coronavirus – planning submission postponed

Sizewell C facing delay because of coronavirus – planning submission postponed. Proposals for a new £14billion nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast are facing a delay because of the coronavirus. .
Coronavirus: All football below National League to end
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: All football below National League to end All football in England below National League level will end immediately and results will be expunged. Continue reading.
Impact of coronavirus on businesses in Suffolk ‘universal’ new survey says
Impact of coronavirus on businesses in Suffolk ‘universal’ new survey says. Only 2% of businesses in Suffolk are not affected by coronavirus and 86% are worried about a loss of income according to Suffollk Chamber’s weekly survey. Continue reading.
Warning to public over coronavirus related financial scams
Warning to public over coronavirus related financial scams. Members of the public are being warned to be extra vigilant and wary of financial scams connected to coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dentists to help staff new hospitals
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dentists to help staff new hospitals Thousands of dental staff are being redeployed to aid the battle against the Coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Budgeting for coronavirus lockdown – top tips from a money expert
Budgeting for coronavirus lockdown – top tips from a money expert. With hospitality staff, freelancers and gig economy workers all the way to homeowners and high-street brands affected by the coronavirus lockdown, money expert Martyn James offers advice for how to budget during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Book sales surge as readers seek escapism and education
BBC News: Coronavirus: Book sales surge as readers seek escapism and education Sales of novels and home learning books shot up last week as people prepared to stay at home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Paralympian Kim Daybell takes up medical role
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Paralympian Kim Daybell takes up medical role British Paralympian Kim Daybell swaps table tennis for medicine during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: House-builders down tools leaving self-employed with no pay
Coronavirus: House-builders down tools leaving self-employed with no pay. Work has stopped on most building sites across East Anglia despite the government not banning construction work – leaving many self-employed contractors without pay. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: North Yorkshire Police begin road checkpoints
BBC News: Coronavirus: North Yorkshire Police begin road checkpoints Road stops are being introduced in North Yorkshire to check if drivers' journeys are necessary. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: No hospital visits under NI Covid-19 surge plans
BBC News: Coronavirus: No hospital visits under NI Covid-19 surge plans Visiting will end, with very limited exceptions, according to new Department of Health plans. Continue reading.
'Very good reasons' to test Prince Charles for coronavirus
BBC News: 'Very good reasons' to test Prince Charles for coronavirus Scotland's chief medical officer defends the decision to test Prince Charles and Camilla for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Police send home twitchers searching for rare bird
BBC News: Coronavirus: Police send home twitchers searching for rare bird About 15 birdwatchers had gathered at an "undisclosed site" in the Cotswolds. Continue reading.
‘Data is anonymized’: UK govt accused of ‘fiddling’ Covid-19 death figures amid ‘family consent’ claims
RT: ‘Data is anonymized’: UK govt accused of ‘fiddling’ Covid-19 death figures amid ‘family consent’ claims The UK government is facing allegations they are manipulating coronavirus death numbers, after revealing they are changing the way the figures are released, claiming family consent is now required. On Wednesday night, the Department for Health and Social Care published the latest Covid-19 figures showing an increase of 43 deaths – less than half the fatalities from the previous day (87). A positive sign that the number had decreased?
Escaping the Coronavirus blues: Happy Hits for Homeworkers Playlist
Escaping the Coronavirus blues: Happy Hits for Homeworkers Playlist. Music is very good for well-being, both physically and mentally. A good tune boosts feelings of happiness and a dance around the kitchen helps to keep you fit.
Coronavirus claims LeeStock 2020 but headline acts promise to play next year
Coronavirus claims LeeStock 2020 but headline acts promise to play next year. One of Suffolk’s biggest music festivals has had to be cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis - but most of the top acts have agreed to play next year. Continue reading.
Burnley to continue paying all staff during coronavirus shutdown
BBC Sport: Burnley to continue paying all staff during coronavirus shutdown Burnley will carry on paying matchday, casual and community project staff during the football shutdown caused by the coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: IOC 'irresponsible' as Turkish boxers test positive after Tokyo qualifier
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: IOC 'irresponsible' as Turkish boxers test positive after Tokyo qualifier The IOC is called "irresponsible" by the Turkish boxing federation which says, two fighters and a coach have tested positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Criminal courts only handling ‘urgent work’ due to coronavirus
Criminal courts only handling ‘urgent work’ due to coronavirus. Criminal courts have resorted to handling only urgent work as the nation continues to combat the spread of coronavirus. Continue reading.
How to help your SEND child deal with the UK coronavirus lockdown restrictions
How to help your SEND child deal with the UK coronavirus lockdown restrictions. The challenges posed by the coronavirus lockdown is putting many parents into unchartered territory but for those with childen who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) there is increased difficulty. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Man 'deliberately coughed' on police officers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Man 'deliberately coughed' on police officers The man, who claimed to have Covid-19, is charged with suspected GBH and will appear in court later. Continue reading.
Grandchildren's plea after grandpa dies of coronavirus
BBC News: Grandchildren's plea after grandpa dies of coronavirus Josiah and Tahlia Lenton are asking people to obey the rules on social isolation. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Suffolk: ‘Amazing sense of community’ as firm helps stranded elderly residents to stay in touch with support network
Coronavirus in Suffolk: ‘Amazing sense of community’ as firm helps stranded elderly residents to stay in touch with support network. A team of technicians have pulled out all the stops to help an isolated community of mainly elderly people to stay in touch with services during the coronavirus lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS staff to get free parking
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS staff to get free parking A petition signed by 400,000 called on the government to thank NHS staff by axing the fees. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Suffolk doctor stranded in New Zealand 'feels guilty'
Dr Nick Harpur says he is desperate to return to help frontline NHS colleagues. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
London hospitals facing ‘tsunami’ of Covid-19 patients, likely to be overwhelmed in days – hospitals chief
RT: London hospitals facing ‘tsunami’ of Covid-19 patients, likely to be overwhelmed in days – hospitals chief Chris Hopson, the chief executive of NHS Providers, is sounding the alarm that hospitals in London may collapse within days due to a “continuous tsunami” of Covid-19 patients, despite increasing critical care capacity sevenfold. “They are struggling with the explosion of demand in seriously ill patients. They are saying it’s the number arriving and the speed with which they are arriving and how ill they are.
Coronavirus: McLaren staff back in UK after Australia self-isolation
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: McLaren staff back in UK after Australia self-isolation The McLaren staff quarantined in Melbourne as a result of a coronavirus case at the abandoned Australian Grand Prix are all back in the UK. Continue reading.
Leeds United staff volunteer for wage deferral because of coronavirus outbreak
BBC Sport: Leeds United staff volunteer for wage deferral because of coronavirus outbreak Leeds' players, coaching staff and senior management volunteer to take a wage deferral because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Why Ralph McTell has updated his hit Streets of London for coronavirus era
BBC News: Why Ralph McTell has updated his hit Streets of London for coronavirus era The folk legend had always previously refused to write new verses for Streets of London. Continue reading.
Coronavirus delays cleaner air plans in cities
BBC News: Coronavirus delays cleaner air plans in cities Plans to charge some vehicles to enter city centres are postponed due to the impact of the virus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS field hospital plans for Scotland
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS field hospital plans for Scotland The chief medical officer says potential sites will be identified this week as Covid-19 cases are set to rise rapidly. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hoppings fair cancelled due to virus outbreak
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hoppings fair cancelled due to virus outbreak The annual event in Newcastle, dating back to 1882, is said to be Europe's largest travelling fair. Continue reading.
Coping with coronavirus anxiety
BBC News: Coping with coronavirus anxiety Anxiety UK have experienced a big rise in callers since the Covid-19 outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: First UK prison Covid-19 death confirmed
BBC News: Coronavirus: First UK prison Covid-19 death confirmed The 84-year-old man was an inmate at HMP Littlehey, a category-C sex offenders' prison. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Suffolk: Chain sees huge surge in demand for laptops and TVs ahead of lockdown
Coronavirus in Suffolk: Chain sees huge surge in demand for laptops and TVs ahead of lockdown. An electrical retailer saw sales soar as Britons raced to buy laptops and TVs ahead of the coronavirus lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What’s behind the great toilet roll grab?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What’s behind the great toilet roll grab? Supermarkets and ethical toilet roll firms have seen soaring demand as customers stockpile due to Covid-19. Continue reading.
Second patient dies at West Suffolk Hospital after contracting coronavirus
Second patient dies at West Suffolk Hospital after contracting coronavirus. A second patient who was diagnosed with Covid-19 has died at West Suffolk Hospital. Continue reading.
Hospital gives free parking to NHS staff during coronavirus outbreak
Hospital gives free parking to NHS staff during coronavirus outbreak. West Suffolk Hospital has introduced free car parking for its staff during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Suffolk NHS worker brands national coronavirus protection advice ‘woefully inadequate’
Suffolk NHS worker brands national coronavirus protection advice ‘woefully inadequate’. Some NHS staff fighting coronavirus on the frontline in Suffolk say national guidelines on protection equipment are “woefully inadequate”. Continue reading.
Could some Suffolk prisoners be released to ease pressure on jails during coronavirus?
Could some Suffolk prisoners be released to ease pressure on jails during coronavirus? Some prisoners could be released from jails in Suffolk as the government looks to ease pressure caused by the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: GPs demand 'clarity' over protective gear guidance
BBC News: Coronavirus: GPs demand 'clarity' over protective gear guidance Doctors fear some patients could have the virus but no symptoms and unwittingly infect staff. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Schools 'may open over Easter holidays'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Schools 'may open over Easter holidays' Department of Education guidance says schools may open for children of key workers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Rishi Sunak to unveil financial aid for self-employed
BBC News: Coronavirus: Rishi Sunak to unveil financial aid for self-employed The chancellor's coronavirus support package comes after the PM pledges to do "whatever we can". Continue reading.
Banks under fire for coronavirus loan tactics
BBC News: Banks under fire for coronavirus loan tactics MPs have criticised banks for asking business owners to put their own property up to secure loans. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I'm stuck in isolation with my homophobic parents'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I'm stuck in isolation with my homophobic parents' With the UK on lockdown, some have had to isolate with parents who don't accept their sexuality. Continue reading.
How are food supply networks coping with coronavirus?
BBC News: How are food supply networks coping with coronavirus? As the pandemic puts pressure on food supplies, how are the delivery systems holding up? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pregnant women facing 'anxious, worrying time'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pregnant women facing 'anxious, worrying time' With services "under strain" due to coronavirus, women may have less choice about birthing options. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'There's no need to have all that disposable stuff'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'There's no need to have all that disposable stuff' A woman who has lived on a houseboat for 30 years shares tips on how to cope in self-isolation. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Why this self-isolating dad told his daughter he was in Africa
BBC News: Coronavirus: Why this self-isolating dad told his daughter he was in Africa Conservationist Julian Bayliss has told his young daughter he's in Africa, while he self-isolates in the field next door. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dating, sex and relationships
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dating, sex and relationships People globally are finding inventive ways to date and stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'There's no need to have all that disposable stuff'
A woman who has lived on a houseboat for 30 years shares tips on how to cope in self-isolation. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Shropshire flood recovery 'stalled'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Shropshire flood recovery 'stalled' Weeks after their homes were damaged by rising water, many people are now self-isolating. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Cancer patient's chemotherapy put on hold
BBC News: Coronavirus: Cancer patient's chemotherapy put on hold Nancy Carter-Bradley is calling on the health secretary to ring-fence cancer treatment. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Government orders 10,000 ventilators from Dyson
BBC News: Coronavirus: Government orders 10,000 ventilators from Dyson The engineering firm developed a new type of ventilator in response to calls on behalf of the NHS. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scottish diplomat Steven Dick dies in Hungary
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scottish diplomat Steven Dick dies in Hungary Steven Dick, 37, who worked at the British Embassy in Budapest, died on Tuesday. Continue reading.
Super League Magic Weekend 'may well be casualty' as coronavirus halts season
BBC Sport: Super League Magic Weekend 'may well be casualty' as coronavirus halts season This year's Magic Weekend could be rescheduled or cancelled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Suffolk has 7 new coronavirus cases, over 50 more in East of England
Suffolk has 7 new coronavirus cases, over 50 more in East of England. Seven more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Suffolk and a total of 51 new cases in the East of England. Continue reading.
‘Loving’ grandmother Jane, 75, named as Suffolk’s first coronavirus victim
‘Loving’ grandmother Jane, 75, named as Suffolk’s first coronavirus victim. Tributes have been paid to a “lovely vibrant” grandmother, who has become the first person to die after contracting coronavirus in Suffolk. Continue reading.
Coronavirus Feelgood Film Festival: State and Main
Coronavirus Feelgood Film Festival: State and Main. Banish those feeling of isolation with this feelgood comedy about a big budget Hollywood blockbuster coming to town and finding out that their perfect location may not be as advertised .
Thank you for all you do – messages to and from Suffolk’s coronavirus community heroes
Thank you for all you do – messages to and from Suffolk’s coronavirus community heroes. People going the extra mile, charities supporting those who need help, businesses donating food and supplies - these are today’s messages to and from your community heroes. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: ‘Many thousands of Covid-19 cases’ across NI
BBC News: Coronavirus: ‘Many thousands of Covid-19 cases’ across NI NI's chief medical officer warns that the spread of coronavirus is a lot wider that statistics show. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Healthy' 21-year-old Chloe Middleton dies
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Healthy' 21-year-old Chloe Middleton dies The family of Chloe Middleton, who had no underlying issues, say they are "shattered beyond belief". Continue reading.
UK government’s WhatsApp ‘chatbot’ service aimed at countering Covid-19 ‘misinformation’ suffers launch malfunction
RT: UK government’s WhatsApp ‘chatbot’ service aimed at countering Covid-19 ‘misinformation’ suffers launch malfunction The launch of the UK government's new WhatsApp ‘chatbot’ service designed to “combat the spread of coronavirus misinformation” got off to an embarrassing start, with claims that it “didn’t seem to work.
Coronavirus: How sport clubs and players are helping during pandemic
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: How sport clubs and players are helping during pandemic With all professional sport cancelled in England, how are clubs and players helping during the coronavirus pandemic? Continue reading.
WATCH police chief’s message to people of Suffolk amid COVID-19 crisis
WATCH police chief’s message to people of Suffolk amid COVID-19 crisis. The county’s police chief has issued a video message to the people of Suffolk urging them to ‘work together’ in the fight against coronavirus. Continue reading.
Firm comes to aid of coronavirus crisis-hit elderly by installing bathroom grab rails free of charge
Firm comes to aid of coronavirus crisis-hit elderly by installing bathroom grab rails free of charge. A company which specialises in adapting bathrooms for elderly and disabled people is offering to install free grab rails for clients stuck indoors due to the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
London City Airport closing amid Covid-19 lockdown
RT: London City Airport closing amid Covid-19 lockdown All commercial and private flights from London City Airport will be suspended from Wednesday evening until the end of April, amid a three-week national lockdown imposed by the British government to tackle the Covid-19 crisis. In a statement, the airport said the suspension of services was the “right and responsible course of action” for the safety and wellbeing of staff and passengers.
Karl-Anthony Towns: Minnesota Timberwolves star says his mother is in coma with Covid-19 symptoms
BBC Sport: Karl-Anthony Towns: Minnesota Timberwolves star says his mother is in coma with Covid-19 symptoms NBA star Karl-Anthony Towns urges people to take the threat of coronavirus seriously after his mother was put into a medically-induced coma. Continue reading.
Age UK Suffolk launches fundraising campaign to help maintain services stretched by the coronavirus outbreak
Age UK Suffolk launches fundraising campaign to help maintain services stretched by the coronavirus outbreak. Age UK Suffolk is looking to raise £33,000 a month to help maintain its services to look after the county’s elderly in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Cascade of kindness needed to battle county’s loneliness during coronavirus lockdown
Cascade of kindness needed to battle county’s loneliness during coronavirus lockdown. Those behind one of the county’s biggest project’s to tackle loneliness are encouraging people to pick up the phone to help the most vulnerable during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Radio presenter helps mum see funeral
Justin Dealey spoke to a "very emotional" Ivy about missing the service for her daughter Trish. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
NHS manager sends positive message as he praises staff during coronavirus crisis
NHS manager sends positive message as he praises staff during coronavirus crisis. An NHS manager has expressed his pride for heroes working in the healthcare system as he called on the public to follow government guidelines. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: ExCel centre hospital conversion begins
BBC News: Coronavirus: ExCel centre hospital conversion begins A makeshift NHS hospital will open at the ExCel exhibition centre in east London. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Off-licences added to list of 'essential' retailers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Off-licences added to list of 'essential' retailers Government updates list of shops allowed to open during the pandemic to include those selling alcohol. Continue reading.
BBC News suspends 450 job cuts to ensure Covid-19 coverage
BBC News: BBC News suspends 450 job cuts to ensure Covid-19 coverage Newsroom cuts won't be made while journalists face the demands of covering the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI care home patient dies with virus
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI care home patient dies with virus Magdalene Mitchell was 80 and was a resident at Bradley Manor care home in Belfast. Continue reading.

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