BBC News - UKCoronavirus: How the virus is hitting some harder than others
The BBC’s Clive Myrie meets black and minority ethnic hospital staff and sees the impact the virus is having beyond the ward. Details...Coronavirus: Gatherings of six people allowed from 1 June
Up to six people from different households can meet outdoors from 1 June. Details...Coronavirus: Boris Johnson deflects questions to scientists about Dominic Cummings
The prime minister stepped in to direct questions about his closest aide away from scientific advisers at the government's daily briefing. Details...Coronavirus: 'Vast majority will say yes' to test and trace
Heath Secretary Matt Hancock says the vast majority of people in the UK will cooperate with the test and trace system. Details...Coronavirus: How a hospital and its community copes with death
How one of London’s Asian communities and its hospital copes with death during the coronavirus pandemic. Details...Ministry of Silly Walks comes to Sonning during lockdown
Residents of a Berkshire village have been taking advantage of quiet streets to perform their own silly walks. Details...Coronavirus: What a post-lockdown pub could look like
Perspex table dividers, one-way systems and social distancing are likely to be part of pub life. Details...The blind teen who's a favourite to win Britain's Got Talent
Sirine Jahangir, who lost her sight at the age of 10, impressed the celebrity judges at her audition. Details...Coronavirus: Matt Hancock outlines new isolation guidelines
From Thursday, those who have been contacted by the NHS will be asked to isolate, even if they do not have symptoms. Details...Coronavirus: Everyone in the UK is now eligible for a test
The Health Secretary has announced everyone with coronavirus symptoms is now eligible to be tested. Details...Letter from Dunkirk soldier arrives 80 years later
The family of Pte Cole who died in World War Two says receiving his final letter was "unbelievable". Details...Coronavirus: Why barber shops matter to the community
Barber shops are a central part of a community but how has lockdown changed this? Details...David Beckham gives five-year-old fundraiser 'amazing' video message
The football legend tells her she is "so, so amazing" for cycling a mile a day for charity. Details...How to keep safe while shopping in a coronavirus pandemic
From one way systems to not touching everything on the shelves - shopping will look very different. Details...Cummings coronavirus row: Junior minister Douglas Ross on resignation
Douglas Ross on why he resigned as junior minister following Dominic Cummings' lockdown trip defence. Details...Coronavirus: A day of lockdown for young people in the UK
As one of the demographics hit hardest by the pandemic, young people document 24 hours in lockdown. Details...Coronavirus: Possible review of UK lockdown fines for childcare-related travel
Matt Hancock has said the government may review fines which people were given for breaching lockdown rules for childcare reasons. Details...Dominic Cummings: 'He didn't break the guidelines' says Gove
Michael Gove has defended the prime minister's chief aide's movements during lockdown. Details...Coronavirus: Why can I shop but not visit my relatives?
Prof John Newton on why the risk of transmission is higher in households than in shops. Details...Jackson Carlaw on Dominic Cummings' road trip to Durham
The leader of the Scottish Tories says he would be "considering my position" if he was Dominic Cummings. Details...Cummings lockdown row: 'I behaved reasonably and legally'
Dominic Cummings gives a statement to explain his actions during lockdown. Details...Coronavirus: The search for antibody super donors
The NHS is urging men, under 35s and those who have recently recovered from Covid-19 to donate plasma. Details...Coronavirus: Window cleaner helps elderly clients through isolation
Window cleaner Vin Kennedy has been a link to the outside world for his self-isolating clients. Details...Coronavirus lockdown leads to concerns for vulnerable youth
Warnings that children’s social services in England will face an increase in demand after lockdown. Details...Coronavirus: Care home creates 'drive-through' visit
After careful planning, families were able to see the residents of one care home from the safety of their cars. Details...Coronavirus: How lockdown brought a village closer together
A huge volunteer effort has brought Piddlehinton's 500 residents closer together. Details...Coronavirus lockdown could ‘deal fatal blow’ to HIV in the UK
Lockdown has created a unique opportunity to cut HIV transmissions in the UK, says a major sexual health clinic. Details...Johnson: Dominic Cummings acted 'with integrity' over lockdown journey
Boris Johnson says Dominic Cummings "acted responsibly" when he travelled to the North East during lockdown. Details...Starmer: PM treating public ‘with contempt’
Labour leader Keir Starmer has criticised Boris Johnson's decision to stand by his adviser Dominic Cummings. Details...Coronavirus: Cummings 'broke the rules' says ex-Durham police chief
Former Durham Police Chief Constable Mike Barton says the PM’s top adviser's actions will make policing more difficult. Details...Coronavirus: How care home workers are trying to cope
Workers at a London care home on how they coped with a coronavirus outbreak and several deaths. Details...Coronavirus: When can we hug our friends and family again?
Advice on how to look after your mental health during the pandemic crisis. Details...Prince William on parenting and mental health
Prince William talks about parenting and mental health with ex-footballer Marvin Sordell in a BBC documentary. Details...Coronavirus: The care home that locked down early
Despite government pressure to take patients being discharged from hospitals, this care home refused and locked down early. Details...Coronavirus: Can children catch and pass on coronavirus?
BBC's Health Correspondent Laura Foster explains what we know currently about how children are affected by the virus. Details...Coronavirus: The 3D artists helping fashion through Covid-19
British artist Harriet Davey is among the CGI artists creating virtual models for fashion shows. Details...Clap for Carers founder says 'It's best to stop at its peak'
Annemarie Plas said it would be "beautiful" to end it after its 10th week and make it an annual event. Details...Coronavirus: Singer Niamh McAllister says 'keep your passion alive' in lockdown
A singer and publican advises those struggling with mental health after losing all her income. Details...Coronavirus: Eavesdropping on a W1A lockdown Zoom meeting
The cast and writer of W1A have reunited for a one-off Zoom meeting to "cheer people up" during lockdown. Details...Coronavirus quarantine: 'We expect the vast majority to do the right thing' - Patel
The home secretary says she expects most people to ''do the right thing" and comply with new rules. Details...How are we going to pay for the coronavirus damage?
Coronavirus has cost the government hundreds of billions of pounds. How will we pay for it? Details...Coronavirus: Could there be a second wave?
What factors determine a potential second wave of Covid-19 infections? Details...Coronavirus: William and Kate join care home bingo session in video call
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are drafted in as bingo callers in a video call to a care home. Details...Theo Paphitis: ‘Retail will never, ever be the same again’
Entrepreneur and ex-Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis talks to the BBC about how coronavirus has hit retail. Details...Coronavirus: Photos charting mental health in lockdown
How photographer Suzie Larke carried on photographing struggles with mental wellbeing. Details...
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