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Coronavirus: 'High risk' list misses off thousands of people

Transplant patients and people with lung diseases are among those who have been missed off the list. Details...

Coronavirus: Have the Brits stranded abroad got home yet?

The government pledged to help UK nationals stuck abroad, so how many have managed to get back? Details...

Coronavirus: 'I'm out of hospital, but I have to remember to breathe'

Ria Lakhani's hospital stay scared and scarred her, but it also gave her hope. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Please learn from Wuhan's mistakes'

As the Chinese city lifts its quarantine, residents share lessons learnt from the outbreak. Details...

Coronavirus: The NHS workers leaving their families to keep us safe

The healthcare workers who had to make very difficult decisions. Details...

Coronavirus: 'I know my life will not be saved in this pandemic'

Lucy Watts has a life-limiting condition and fears her life will not be saved if there is a shortage of ventilators. Details...

How to share your questions, stories, pictures and videos with BBC News

Have you got a good story? BBC News wants to hear from you. Details...

Coronavirus: What questions do you have?

What do you want to know in relation to coronavirus? Details...

BBC Have Your Say on WhatsApp

Audiences can send their news stories to the BBC using the chat app, WhatsApp Details...

Do you have a question for BBC News?

Tell us what issues and stories you think we should be investigating. Details...

Recovering from coronavirus: Three harrowing stories of surviving Covid-19

We have spoken to three people who were hospitalised after contracting coronavirus. Details...

'I watched my grandfather's funeral online'

Coronavirus means you often can't be at the side of a loved one in hospital or attend their funeral. Details...

Coronavirus victim, 108, survived 1918 Spanish flu pandemic

Hilda Churchill lived through two world wars and Spanish flu before succumbing to coronavirus. Details...

Coronavirus: Oxford junior doctors keep video diaries

Junior doctors Emma and Adam are becoming doctors a year early to help with the coronavirus crisis. Details...

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. Details...

Birth in a pandemic: 'You are stronger than you think'

Coronavirus is throwing many birth plans up in the air and leading some health trusts to increase home births. Details...

Coronavirus: Dealing with addiction while in lockdown

Support meetings for recovering addicts have been cancelled in the lockdown. Here's how one man is coping. Details...

Coronavirus: What’s life like when you're on furlough?

With growing numbers of people being furloughed, how is this affecting them and their employers? Details...

Coronavirus: The Italians struggling to feed their families

A month into Italy's strict lockdown, some people are so short of money they can no longer afford food. Details...

Coronavirus: The Brits stranded abroad due to the virus

UK tourists say the government is not doing enough to help them get back home. Details...

Coronavirus: New supermarket workers share their stories

New workers hired by supermarkets amid the Covid-19 pandemic share their surprising back stories. Details...

Coronavirus career pivots: 'I now work in a supermarket'

An actress and a commercial sales leader talk about making the switch to working in a supermarket. Details...

Newmarket schoolgirl, 11, starts 'blue heart' campaign for NHS

Tamara McAuley, from Newmarket in Suffolk, designed the hearts in the health service's colour. Details...

Coronavirus: Lockdown couple reunited for golden wedding

The couple were separated by 6,600 miles two weeks ago due to the coronavirus lockdown Details...

Coronavirus' 'minimum wage heroes'

Hear from the people on low wages who are taking a risk to keep the country running. Details...

The volunteer army helping self-isolating neighbours

The coronavirus outbreak has left many feeling trapped indoors, but for some help may not be far away. Details...

Coronavirus: Volunteers help protect NHS workers

The army of volunteers making essential supplies for NHS workers fighting Covid-19. Details...



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BBC News - Science & Environment

Coronavirus: Lockdown 'could boost wild flowers'

A plant charity is predicting a boost for wild flowers because some councils have stopped mowing. Details...

Crops were cultivated in regions of the Amazon '10,000 years ago'

Humans have grown crops in areas of the Amazon since the end of the last ice age, a study says. Details...

Flower power: How plants bounce back after crushing blows

Some flowers have remarkable powers of resilience after injuries including being walked on by humans. Details...

Coronavirus: Exploiting nature 'drives outbreaks of new diseases'

New evidence has emerged of a link between our impact on nature and pandemics sweeping the world. Details...

Coronavirus: EU top scientist forced out in political row

Mauro Ferrari says he lost faith in the system, but EU science officials say he was asked to leave. Details...

Coronavirus: 'Pets no risk to owners' vets stress

Vets stress that pets pose little to no risk to their owners but recommend keeping cats indoors to prevent spread among animals. Details...

Coronavirus: Covid-19 detecting apps face teething problems

Researchers at two leading universities take different approaches to creating cough-analysing tools. Details...

Coronavirus: Why more rats are being spotted during quarantine

Hungry rats unable to feed off restaurant leftovers are coming on to the streets and nearer homes. Details...

Climate change: UK forests 'could do more harm than good'

Mass tree planting could harm the environment if badly planned, a report warns. Details...

Coronavirus complicates journeys home from Antarctica

The British Antarctic Survey is juggling planes and ships to get its people off the White Continent. Details...

Whale sharks: Atomic tests solve age puzzle of world's largest fish

Data from Cold War nuclear bomb tests help scientists accurately age whale sharks for the first time. Details...

Coronavirus: Tiger at Bronx Zoo tests positive for Covid-19

The Bronx Zoo in New York says this case of human-to-animal transmission appears to be unique. Details...

10 years to save 'world’s most threatened sea turtle'

The critically endangered Eastern Pacific leatherback's future looks "dire," say conservationists. Details...

Coronavirus will transform UK work and travel, says AA

The motoring organisation predicts a permanent reduction in the demand for travel. Details...

Conifer is top tree in urban sound absorption test

Scientists say trees have a role to play in combating noise pollution in urban environments. Details...

Coronavirus: Don't bail out airlines, say climate campaigners

Climate change: Use crisis to turn aviation green, say campaigners Details...

Oceans can be successfully restored by 2050, say scientists

Researchers say there are good reasons to be optimistic about the future of our oceans. Details...

Climate change: Warming clips the nightingale's wings

Rising temperatures may be having a profound impact on one of the world's favourite songbirds. Details...

Plastic: How to predict threats to animals in oceans and rivers

Scientists find out more about the threats of plastic to thousands of fish, whales and other aquatic life. Details...

What is climate change? A really simple guide

BBC News looks at what we know and don't know about the Earth's changing climate. Details...

Antarctica prompts questions that matter

The BBC's Justin Rowlatt found a visit to Antarctica made him emotional, and ultimately hopeful. Details...

Coronavirus: Air pollution and CO2 fall rapidly as virus spreads

Some regions show significant drops in air pollutants as the coronavirus hits work and travel. Details...

Electric car emissions myth 'busted'

Fears that electric cars could actually increase carbon emissions are a baseless, a study suggests. Details...

Event Horizon Telescope: Black hole produces twisting jet

The team behind the first image of a black hole reveals something else from that historic picture. Details...

Pink Moon: Europe illuminated by lunar light show

Breathtaking images capture the spectacular lunar event in the skies above Europe. Details...

Nasa’s all-female team of 'aquanauts'

The story of the first women ever to take an active role in a Nasa mission. Details...

Coronavirus: Putting the spotlight on the global wildlife trade

Conservation experts say the pandemic is a watershed moment for curbing global wildlife trade. Details...

Three human-like species lived side-by-side in ancient Africa

Two million years ago, Africa was home to three human-like species, new discoveries reveal. Details...

'Dinosaurs walked through Antarctic rainforests'

Sediments drilled off the coast of the ice continent reveal a time of great warmth and plant growth. Details...

Thomas Becket: Alpine ice sheds light on medieval murder

Ancient air pollution, trapped in ice, reveals details about life and death in 12th Century Britain. Details...

Hungry black hole may be cosmic 'missing link'

Astronomers say they have found the best evidence yet for an elusive class of black hole. Details...

Coronavirus: Clear nights skies delight photographers

Photographers in England capture amazing star trails, from home or on their daily exercise. Details...

Peacock spiders show more of their colours

A new batch of these ostentatiously coloured and popular arachnids is described in Australia. Details...

Coronavirus: Lockdown 'must become the social norm'

"Social pressure from others" will be key in persuading the UK to stay at home, a study suggests. Details...

Launching the Hubble Space Telescope: 'Our window into the Universe'

How the launch of the Hubble telescope wasn't all plain sailing. Details...



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