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Coronavirus: Five-point plan for 100,000 COVID-19 tests a day by end of April
The government has unveiled a five-point coronavirus action plan in a bid to achieve 100,000 COVID-19 tests per day by the end of April.
Coronavirus: 569 more COVID-19 deaths in UK - bringing total to 2,921
Another 569 people have died in the UK after contracting coronavirus - bringing the total number of deaths to 2,921.
Coronavirus: First look inside British COVID-19 ward as Wales prepares for peak
Neath Port Talbot Hospital is like a ghost town as it prepares for an influx of coronavirus patients in the coming weeks.
Coronavirus: New York governor Andrew Cuomo warns state has 'six days' of ventilators left
New York governor Andrew Cuomo has said the state has enough ventilators to last "six days" as he made a further appeal to manufacturers for help with personal protective equipment (PPE).
Coronavirus: European hospitals could run out of intensive care drugs 'in days'
European hospitals could run out of drugs being used to treat COVID-19 patients in intensive care within days, a hospitals body has warned.
Coronavirus: Little and Large comedian Eddie Large dies 'after contracting COVID-19 in hospital'
Comedian Eddie Large, best known for his comedy double act Little and Large, has died after contracting COVID-19 in hospital, his agent has confirmed.
Coronavirus: GP surgery appeals to patients for personal protective equipment
An NHS doctor has told Sky News his GP surgery has been forced to appeal to its own patients for personal protective equipment (PPE).
Coronavirus masks advice could change after new evidence emerges
Official advice on whether people should wear masks in public could be changed after new evidence emerged suggesting they could protect people from coronavirus.
Coronavirus: 90-minute COVID-19 test with 98.7% accuracy to be rolled out across UK
COVID-19 testing machines that can make a diagnosis in less than 90 minutes are to be rolled out across the UK.
Coronavirus: Branson defers Virgin brand payments
Sir Richard Branson is to defer tens of millions of pounds in fees owed by the hardest-hit Virgin-branded companies as the coronavirus pandemic decimates revenues across his leisure and travel operations.