BBC News - HealthCoronavirus: 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: Contact tracing like 'detective work'
As the UK prepares to unlock from the pandemic, how can contact tracing help? 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...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...Coronavirus: One week in one hospital
The BBC has been given unprecedented access to a hospital in the heart of London, for one week. 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...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...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: 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 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...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...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 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: Could there be a second wave?
What factors determine a potential second wave of Covid-19 infections? Details...Coronavirus: UK's ninth Clap for Carers
From a helipad to the streets, millions thank front-line workers risking their lives to fight coronavirus. Details...What's it like using the Covid-19 contact tracing app?
Isle of Wight resident Megan Mackney describes using the Covid-19 contact tracing app. Details...Organ donation: The man waiting on his third transplant
Fez is hoping new organ donation laws might mean he could get his third kidney soon. Details...Coronavirus: Mixed reality headsets help medics treat Covid-19 patients
Hand gestures allow doctors to view x-rays and scans, and connect with colleagues in another room. Details...Coronavirus update: What are the symptoms of coronavirus?
The BBC’s Laura Foster explains how you can recognise the symptoms of coronavirus. Details...Coronavirus: 'Children are not superspreaders' says GP
Dr Rosemary Leonard says it is "more dangerous for a child to cross the road" than go to school. Details...Coronavirus: 'We didn't get ahead of testing early enough' - Greg Clark
The Science and Technology Committee chair Greg Clark says the government must "learn the lessons so far and apply them". Details...Coronavirus: Fasting for Ramadan on the front line
What's it like to fast for Ramadan as a healthcare worker during the coronavirus pandemic? Details...New York Governor Andrew Cuomo takes coronavirus test live on TV
Andrew Cuomo says "there is nothing about the test that should intimidate people" into not taking it. Details...Children 'seem less capable of spreading virus'
The WHO's chief scientist says it's seen no big coronavirus outbreaks linked to regular school attendance. Details...Coronavirus: '10,000 unaccounted-for deaths in care sector' - Angela Rayner
Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner calls for an investigation into care home deaths during the pandemic. Details...
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