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Coronavirus: 10 public transport workers die after testing positive for COVID-19
Ten public transport workers have died in the capital after testing positive for coronavirus, the London mayor Sadiq Khan has said.
Coronavirus patient deaths rise by 439 across the UK
Another 439 patients have died in the UK after contracting the coronavirus - bringing the total to 5373.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson still in hospital because 'his symptoms remain persistent'
Boris Johnson is in "good spirits" after spending a "comfortable" night in hospital and remains there under observation, Downing Street has said.
Coronavirus: Downing Street slams Russian 'disinformation' over Boris Johnson ventilator claim
Downing Street has slammed Russian "disinformation", after a state-run news agency claimed Boris Johnson would soon be put on a ventilator because of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Man City manager Pep Guardiola's mother dies after contracting COVID-19
The mother of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has died in Spain after contracting coronavirus.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband returns to party's front bench
Ex-Labour leader Ed Miliband has returned to the party's front bench after Sir Keir Starmer announced his new shadow cabinet.
Coronavirus: App reveals which UK places are most likely to stick to lockdown rules
A "heat map" has revealed which places in the UK are sticking to lockdown rules - and where people are more likely to break them.
Coronavirus: Deaths in Spain fall for fourth day in a row
Coronavirus deaths in Spain have slowed for the fourth day in a row, with emergency rooms in the Madrid region returning almost to normal a week after being stretched to breaking point.
Coronavirus: The famous people who have tested positive for COVID-19
The coronavirus has infected more than a million people across the world, as cities are locked down, schools are closed and families self-isolate in their homes.
Coronavirus: Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy 'essential workers', says New Zealand PM
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has attempted to allay children's concerns by confirming the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy are "essential workers".