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Coronavirus: 5-year-old child is youngest victim as deaths rise  - BBC News
Coronavirus: 5-year-old child is youngest victim as deaths rise - BBC News
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A five year old child has become the youngest victim of coronavirus in the UK. The child who had an underlying heath condition was among 708 people reported to have died in the last 24 hours. It brings total deaths in UK hospitals to 4,313 . However there are some signs that the rate of infection may be slowing. In Italy there are hopes that the death rate is now falling. Meanwhile Buckingham Palace has released details of Sunday's special broadcast by the Queen. In what's expected to be a deeply personal broadcast she will speak of the challenging time the country is facing and will thank those on the front line including NHS workers. Kate Silverton presents BBC News reports by Science Correspondent Pallab Ghosh, Europe Correspondent Jean Mackenzie and Royal Correspondent Nicholas Witchell. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Five-year-old among latest UK victims - BBC News
Coronavirus: Five-year-old among latest UK victims - BBC News
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A five-year-old child with underlying health conditions is among those with coronavirus whose deaths were reported in the past day, Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove has said. The latest figures show 4,313 people with the virus have now died in the UK - up by 708 on Friday's figure. Mr Gove said hundreds of ventilators were being manufactured every day and more had been sourced from abroad. People have been warned to stay at home despite the warm weather this weekend. Speaking alongside Mr Gove at the government's daily briefing, NHS England medical director Stephen Powis said: "The sun might be out, but that does not mean you should be out." He said there is some evidence that social distancing measures are reducing transmission, and that the latest figures suggested new cases had begun to "stabilise". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK coronavirus deaths increase to 4313 - BBC News
UK coronavirus deaths increase to 4313 - BBC News
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The latest UK coronavirus figures have been released by the government. Officials says that as of 17:00 BST on Friday, 3 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 4,313 have died - an increase of 708 from the previous day. As of 09:00 BST on Saturday a total of 183,190 people have been tested of whom 41,903 have tested positive. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: China stops for three minutes to remember the dead - BBC News
Coronavirus: China stops for three minutes to remember the dead - BBC News
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A day of remembrance has been held in China to honour those who have died of coronavirus. The Qingming festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day, is usually a time when people visit the graves of friends and family. But amid fears of another Covid-19 outbreak, the government has advised people to stay away and maintain social distancing as Stephen McDonell reports. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: "This is not a video game, it's real" - BBC News
Coronavirus: "This is not a video game, it's real" - BBC News
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In France the number of deaths from Coronavirus continues to rise, 600 deaths recorded in just 24 hours police are strictly enforcing the government's tough quarantine measures over the Easter holiday, in Paris railway stations, airports, major roads are being monitored to prevent people leaving the city The death toll in Spain has rise by 809 in 24 hours, the first time in three days that the daily toll has been under 900. This has raised hopes that the outbreak in the country is reaching its peak. However, Spain has a total of 124,736 cases - more than Italy In the Netherlands the number of deaths has risen by 164 to 1,651. Germany's Robert Koch health institute has designated it an international risk area, along with other neighbours Austria and Switzerland and several other countries including the UK Belgium has seen a rise of 140 deaths in the past 24 hours and the number of fatalities there since the outbreak began is 1,283 Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
MI6: World War Two workers in rare 'forbidden' footage - BBC News
MI6: World War Two workers in rare 'forbidden' footage - BBC News
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The work that Bletchley Park and MI6 did during World War Two, was instrumental in the allies’ victory. But until now, there hasn't been any video showing what life was like on the sites dedicated to this work. This all changed when a piece of film was anonymously donated to Bletchley Park Trust, providing an unprecedented insight into the lives of those there. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Keir Starmer elected as new Labour leader - BBC News
Keir Starmer elected as new Labour leader - BBC News
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Sir Keir Starmer has been elected as the new leader of the Labour Party. The 57-year old defeated Rebecca Long-Bailey and Lisa Nandy in a ballot of party members, trade unionists and registered supporters and will succeed Jeremy Corbyn as opposition leader. The lawyer, who became an MP in 2015, won on the first round of voting, with more than 50% of the vote. He said his task was to "lead this great party into a new era, with confidence and hope". In a video message released by the party, he said it was an "honour and privilege" to have been elected and he hoped Labour "when the time comes can serve our country again - in government". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
How Trump's attitude toward coronavirus has shifted - BBC News
How Trump's attitude toward coronavirus has shifted - BBC News
2 days ago
President Trump's attitude towards coronavirus has shifted. He has changed his views on social distancing, willingness to compare Covid-19 to the flu, and message around when the pandemic will end. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: India is promised $1 billion to fight pandemic as deaths rise
Coronavirus: India is promised $1 billion to fight pandemic as deaths rise
2 days ago
The World Bank has pledged one billion dollars to India to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic there. The city of Mumbai has some of the highest numbers of cases in India, with many people living in congested slums. Worldwide there are now more than a million confirmed cases of coronavirus. Europe remains at the epicentre of the outbreak. Italy is worst affected with more than 14,000 deaths although the mortality rate is beginning to slow. In France, the number of deaths is continuing to rise. Police in Paris are strictly enforcing tough quarantine measures with railway stations, airports and major roads monitored, to prevent people leaving the city. Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reports from Yogita Limaye in India and Lucy Williamson in Paris. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus warning:  “stay at home to save lives” - as deaths rise - BBC News
Coronavirus warning: “stay at home to save lives” - as deaths rise - BBC News
2 days ago
Stay at home to save lives. That is the warning from the UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who says it's "not a request but an instruction" to the British people, to beat the coronavirus pandemic. He says any relaxation of social distancing rules will lead to more deaths. 684 more people have died in the UK in the last 24 hours. Among them were two NHS nurses, each leaving behind 3 children. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he'll remain in self isolation because he still has a temperature, a week after testing positive for Covid-19. NHS and other frontline staff are facing huge difficulties - one intensive care consultant has been keeping a video diary charting the pressures they are facing. Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten coverage from Health Editor Hugh Pym, Political Correspondent Vicki Young and Health Correspondent Catherine Burns. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Hancock: Staying at home this weekend is an instruction "not a request" - BBC News
Hancock: Staying at home this weekend is an instruction "not a request" - BBC News
2 days ago
Staying at home this weekend is an instruction and "not a request", Health Secretary Matt Hancock said as he updated the country on the coronavirus. Speaking at the No 10 briefing, Mr Hancock said that while warm weather was forecast in some areas this weekend "the disease is still spreading". He also said more patients were needed to take part in clinical trials. Meanwhile, England's chief nursing officer paid tribute to two nurses who have died from the disease. Areema Nasreen, 36, had spent weeks in intensive care with coronavirus, while Aimee O'Rourke, 39, died at the hospital where she worked. "They were one of us, they were one of my profession, of the NHS family," said Ruth May. "I worry that there's going to be more and I want to honour them today and recognise their service." It comes as latest figures showed a further 684 people with the virus died in the UK, bringing the total to 3,605. There are 38,168 confirmed cases. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
The staff battling coronavirus in a Barcelona ICU - BBC News
The staff battling coronavirus in a Barcelona ICU - BBC News
2 days ago
The head of the intensive care unit at one of Spain's biggest hospitals, Vall d'Hebron University Hospital in Catalonia, shows us what staff are facing in the battle against coronavirus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: More than 10,000 lives lost in Spain - BBC News
Coronavirus: More than 10,000 lives lost in Spain - BBC News
2 days ago
The total number of coronavirus deaths in Spain has now exceeded 10,000. The country, the second-worst hit in terms of deaths, has also lost nearly 900,000 jobs. The US on Thursday said it saw a record 6.6 million new unemployment benefit claims The unemployment figures are another sign of the dire impact the pandemic is having on businesses in many countries. Worldwide, confirmed coronavirus infections are nearing one million, according to Johns Hopkins University. The university's tracker has recorded more than 50,200 deaths globally; while more than 204,000 people have recovered. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK death toll rises by 684 in a day - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK death toll rises by 684 in a day - BBC News
2 days ago
A further 684 people have died with coronavirus in the UK over a day, latest Department of Health figures show. The total death toll now stands at 3,605, as of 17:00 BST on 3 April. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK hospital built in two weeks opens its doors - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK hospital built in two weeks opens its doors - BBC News
2 days ago
The first of the government's emergency field hospitals to treat coronavirus patients has opened in east London's ExCel centre. The temporary NHS Nightingale Hospital is able to hold as many as 4,000 patients and will be staffed by NHS medics with help from the military. Prince Charles paid tribute to staff as he opened the hospital via video link. Similar hospitals are planned across the UK, including in Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Harrogate and Bristol. The ExCel exhibition space - usually used for large events such as Crufts and Comic Con - was transformed into a hospital in just nine days. It is the first of several Nightingale Hospitals planned in England, with the latest announcement that two will be built at the University of the West of England in Bristol and the Harrogate Convention Centre. Others are due to open at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre and Manchester's Central Complex. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
'My income vanished overnight with no safety net' - BBC News
'My income vanished overnight with no safety net' - BBC News
3 days ago
Julie Davis is a ride-share driver in the virus hotspot of Seattle - watch her emotional video diary. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Cruise ships on which people with Covid-19 died have docked in Florida - BBC News
Cruise ships on which people with Covid-19 died have docked in Florida - BBC News
2 days ago
Two cruise ships on which four people with Covid-19 have died have docked in Florida - after weeks of uncertainty at sea. The Zaandam and its sister ship the Rotterdam both arrived in Fort Lauderdale after they'd been barred from ports in South America. They'd also been told they couldn't dock in Florida - a decision later reversed. Passengers fit for travel will disembark and fly home. Several dozen with mild symptoms will stay on board for a quarantine period. The 14 people with severe symptoms will be treated in local hospitals. The Zaandam left Buenos Aires on 7 March and was meant to finish its trip in Chile two weeks later - but was barred from docking after a virus outbreak on board. It was then joined by the Rotterdam for supplies, and both ships found themselves in limbo with no port accepting their call. Another cruise ship, the Coral Princess - which also has confirmed cases on board - will arrive in Florida on Saturday. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK applauds the NHS and other key workers - BBC News
UK applauds the NHS and other key workers - BBC News
2 days ago
People across the UK have taken part in a second "Clap for Carers" tribute, saluting NHS staff and other key workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Delivery drivers, supermarket staff, care workers and bin collectors were among those honoured by the nation. Households banged pots and pans, while others played the bagpipes to show their support. The event is now expected to happen every Thursday at 20:00 BST. Households gathered on balconies, doorsteps and gardens to pay tribute to the efforts of key workers during the crisis. Emergency workers and NHS workers also joined in the applause. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: What are the symptoms? - BBC News
Coronavirus: What are the symptoms? - BBC News
3 days ago
People who are showing particular symptoms are being told to self-isolate in order to stop the coronavirus from spreading further. In the UK, if you have a fever or a persistent cough, you should stay at home for seven days. The people you live with should stay at home for 14 days, and have food and medicine delivered. The BBC's health and science reporter, Laura Foster explains. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Confirmed global cases pass one million - BBC News
Coronavirus: Confirmed global cases pass one million - BBC News
3 days ago
More than a million cases of coronavirus have been registered globally, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University - another grim milestone as the world grapples with the spreading pandemic. Nearly 53,000 people have died and more than 210,000 have recovered, according to the US university's figures. The US has the most cases, and more than 1,000 died there in the past day. The disease, Covid-19, first emerged in central China three months ago. Though the tally kept by Johns Hopkins records one million confirmed cases, the actual number is thought to be much higher. It took a month and a half for the first 100,000 cases to be registered. A million was reached after a doubling in cases over the past week. Nearly a quarter of cases have been registered in the United States, while Europe accounts for around half. The pandemic is taking a huge economic toll: an extra 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefit last week. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus:  face masks may offer more protection than previously thought  - BBC News
Coronavirus: face masks may offer more protection than previously thought - BBC News
3 days ago
New research suggests that face masks may offer more protection against coronavirus infection than previously thought. It suggests that coughs and sneezes may be projected much further than scientists had thought possible. The World Health Organisation is considering whether to update its guidance on face masks and the White House may recommend that Americans wear them. Meanwhile in the UK hospitality companies are turning their skills to help those in need. And for the second week in a row, applause has rung out from members of the public showing gratitude to NHS staff and other workers helping to keep the country going. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten coverage from Science Editor David Shukman and Social Affairs Correspondent Alison Holt. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: target of 100,000 tests a day after criticism of delays - BBC News
Coronavirus: target of 100,000 tests a day after criticism of delays - BBC News
3 days ago
The UK government has set a target of 100,000 coronavirus tests a day in England by the end of April. Universities and private firms will be called in to help. The new target was announced by Health Secretary Matt Hancock. It follows criticism that previous targets have not been reached. One of Britain’s most eminent scientists, Sir Paul Nurse, has told the BBC that “the country wasn’t as well prepared as it should have been”. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports from Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg and Health Editor Hugh Pym. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Tears, fears and anxiety amid job losses - BBC News
Coronavirus: Tears, fears and anxiety amid job losses - BBC News
3 days ago
Nearly 3.3 million people registered to claim jobless benefits for the week ending 21 March, according to Department of Labor data. Rosie Alumbaugh and Chase Charaba tell BBC News about the struggles they're facing following their job losses. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Matt Hancock sets aim of 100,000 tests a day by end of April - BBC News
Coronavirus: Matt Hancock sets aim of 100,000 tests a day by end of April - BBC News
3 days ago
The UK is aiming to carry out 100,000 coronavirus tests a day by the end of April, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said, as he announced a "five-pillar strategy" for testing. It comes as the government was criticised for not increasing the number of tests more quickly. Currently, there are around 10,000 tests being carried out a day. The 100,000 target includes both swab tests, which are already in use, and blood tests that are not yet launched. The number of people with the virus who have died in the UK has risen by 569, taking the total to 2,921 as of 17:00 BST on Wednesday. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: More health myths to ignore - BBC News
Coronavirus: More health myths to ignore - BBC News
3 days ago
Lemon juice, mosquito bites and blood donations? Reality Check's Chris Morris tackles more myths about coronavirus that are being shared online. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: How is China using surveillance to fight coronavirus? - BBC News
Coronavirus: How is China using surveillance to fight coronavirus? - BBC News
3 days ago
China’s vast surveillance system has come to the fore in its attempt to monitor and control the spread of coronavirus. According to official statistics, the number of newly confirmed cases in China has dropped dramatically - from thousands a day to nearly zero. Meanwhile, a growing number of countries are also looking at using extensive surveillance systems, such as geolocation tracking to fight the pandemic. So how exactly can surveillance tools help curb a pandemic and what are the potential pitfalls? The BBC's Joe Tidy reports. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Testing will 'unlock puzzle', PM says - BBC News
Coronavirus: Testing will 'unlock puzzle', PM says - BBC News
3 days ago
Testing is the solution to "unlock the puzzle" of coronavirus, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said. Mr Johnson was speaking after it was revealed only 2,000 out of some half a million frontline NHS workers in England had been tested. The PM said the government needed to "massively ramp up" testing so that NHS staff who were self-isolating unnecessarily could return to work. It came as the UK had its biggest daily increase in deaths - 563. As of 17:00 on Tuesday, the overall number of deaths from the virus in the UK was 2,352. Mr Johnson, who is self-isolating in Downing Street after contracting the virus himself, has faced widespread criticism over his government's testing strategy - with around 13,000 tests available each day against a target of 25,000. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Spanish deaths rise as European toll passes 30,000 - BBC News
Spanish deaths rise as European toll passes 30,000 - BBC News
4 days ago
Spain has recorded another 864 deaths related to coronavirus, the highest in one day, as the total number of deaths across Europe has gone beyond 30,000. More than 9,000 people have died in Spain, which is second only to Italy in fatalities caused by the virus. Confirmed cases in the country have passed 100,000, but numbers show the infection rate continues to fall. UN Secretary General António Guterres said the pandemic was the world's biggest challenge since World War Two. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus funerals: the cruel impact on families of the dead - BBC News
Coronavirus funerals: the cruel impact on families of the dead - BBC News
4 days ago
One of the cruelest aspects of the Coronavirus crisis is the impact on funerals and families burying the dead. Social distancing rules mean at most 10 people can attend a funeral - keeping 2 metres apart. Meanwhile the government has warned banks they must help small businesses with emergency loans. And in the United States more than 200,000 cases of Coronavirus have now been recorded - with President Trump telling Americans they face “a great national trial”. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports from Ireland Correspondent Emma Vardy, Business Correspondent Andy Verity and North America Editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus:  “biggest threat in decades” as deaths rise and worse to come - BBC News
Coronavirus: “biggest threat in decades” as deaths rise and worse to come - BBC News
4 days ago
There's been another big rise in the number of people who have died from coronavirus in the UK - 563 in the last 24 hours. The government has said it’s the biggest threat to the country in decades and worse is to come. Most of the cases are in London but NHS England says the threat is everywhere and the growing number of hospital admissions in the Midlands is now a cause for concern. Nearly a million people have applied for universal credit benefits in the past fortnight - almost 10 times the usual number. Meanwhile there’s been more criticism that the government hasn’t acted fast enough to increase testing for Coronavirus. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports by Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg, Economics Editor Faisal Islam and Health Editor Hugh Pym. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: 'Hundreds of thousands of UK tests within weeks' - BBC News
Coronavirus: 'Hundreds of thousands of UK tests within weeks' - BBC News
4 days ago
Alok Sharma starts by confirming the latest infection figures and number of deaths, which were announced earlier. He says 2,352 people who tested positive for the virus have died in UK hospitals, a rise of 563 on yesterday’s figure. He adds that a total of 152,979 people have been tested for the virus, of whom 29,474 returned a positive result. The number of people currently in hospital with the virus has risen to 10,767, the largest numbers in London and West Midlands. He says “all our thoughts and prayers” are with those who have lost loved ones, adding that the death of a 13-year-old shows the virus is indiscriminate in who it targets. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Charles speaks following virus diagnosis - BBC News
Coronavirus: Charles speaks following virus diagnosis - BBC News
4 days ago
Prince Charles has spoken of a "strange, frustrating and often distressing experience" following his diagnosis of the coronavirus in March. In a recorded a video message in support for the charity, Age UK, the Prince of Wales called for "faith in ourselves and in each other" as the world battles the pandemic. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Classical music for coronavirus patients in South Korea - BBC News
Classical music for coronavirus patients in South Korea - BBC News
4 days ago
Staff at Myongji hospital in South Korea asked musician Won Hyung-joon if he'd perform for their Covid-19 patients. Previously he had been broadcasting performances over social media to help audiences during the outbreak. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Tips to stop the spread of misinformation - BBC News
Coronavirus: Tips to stop the spread of misinformation - BBC News
4 days ago
While the coronavirus pandemic continues, a lot of misleading information is also being spread. From fake health advice to speculation about government actions. Here, BBC journalist Zeinab Badawi shares tips for information hygiene and how to ensure the facts you're getting are reliable. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by 563 - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK deaths rise by 563 - BBC News
4 days ago
A total of 2,352 people have now died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK, up by 563 since Tuesday. The Department of Health said that, as of 9am on Wednesday, a total of 152,979 people have been tested of whom 29,474 tested positive. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Timelapse of new London coronavirus hospital - BBC News
Timelapse of new London coronavirus hospital - BBC News
4 days ago
The Nightingale Hospital has been built in London's ExCeL centre, UK, to deal with coronavirus patients. The facility has a capacity of 4,000 beds. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: China lockdown may have blocked 700,000 virus cases - BBC News
Coronavirus: China lockdown may have blocked 700,000 virus cases - BBC News
4 days ago
The virus is thought to have originated in a seafood market in Wuhan that "conducted illegal transactions of wild animals". The city's 11 million residents have been shut off from the rest of the world since the middle of January, with roadblocks around the outskirts and drastic restrictions on daily life. But roads reopened to incoming traffic late on Friday, according to Reuters news agency. And state media said the subway was open from Saturday and trains would be able to arrive at the city's 17 railway stations. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Spain's death toll above 800 for fifth day in row - BBC News
Spain's death toll above 800 for fifth day in row - BBC News
4 days ago
Spain's latest record for deaths in a 24-hour period, which was announced just a while ago. It saw 864 more recorded in data released on Wednesday and comes after 849 people were reported to have died from the virus on Tuesday. This is the fifth day in a row that Spain has officially recorded more than 800 deaths. The country has the second-deadliest outbreak in the world after Italy, and as of today it has become the third country to report more 100,000 confirmed cases. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Trump warns of 'very painful' weeks ahead - BBC News
Coronavirus: Trump warns of 'very painful' weeks ahead - BBC News
4 days ago
US President Donald Trump has told his citizens they should brace for "painful" weeks ahead. Worsening projections suggest the virus might claim up to 250,000 US lives in the coming weeks and months. "This is going to be a very painful - a very, very painful two weeks," Mr Trump said at the White House, describing the pandemic as "a plague". "I want every American to be prepared for the hard days that lie ahead." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
BBC's George Alagiah on living with coronavirus and cancer - BBC News
BBC's George Alagiah on living with coronavirus and cancer - BBC News
5 days ago
BBC newsreader George Alagiah, who is being treated for bowel cancer, has revealed he has had a mild case of coronavirus. "In some ways, I think that those of us living with cancer are stronger because we kind of know what it is like to go into something where the outcomes are uncertain." He's been speaking to Sophie Raworth and BBC News at Ten. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: fears that Putin has been exposed to infection - BBC News
Coronavirus: fears that Putin has been exposed to infection - BBC News
5 days ago
President Putin may have been exposed to the Coronavirus after he met a leading doctor who has since tested positive. Russia has passed tough new laws including prison terms for breaking quarantine rules after a surge in Coronavirus infections. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten coverage from Moscow Correspondent Steve Rosenberg. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: 13 year old boy dies as government admits it must do more testing - BBC News
Coronavirus: 13 year old boy dies as government admits it must do more testing - BBC News
5 days ago
A 13 year boy has died in London from the coronavirus - Britain's youngest victim so far. It came as the government admitted it must speed up its testing programme for the virus. It had set a target of 25,000 tests a day but so far only around 8,000 are being carried out. Meanwhile one of Britain’s most senior police officers has admitted that mistakes have been made by officers using new emergency powers to enforce social isolation. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten coverage by Health Editor Hugh Pym and Home Affairs Correspondent Daniel Sandford. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Gove: No fixed date for peak of epidemic - BBC News
Gove: No fixed date for peak of epidemic - BBC News
5 days ago
Cabinet minister Michael Gove is asked when the peak of the epidemic will come and why Germany has done more tests than the UK, Mr Gove says the rise in deaths is "deeply shocking, disturbing and moving". He says there is no "fixed date like Easter" for when we can expect to see a peak and adds reducing that "depends on the actions all of us take". Dr Stephen Powis, medical director for NHS England, says that we will first see a reduction in infections, then a reduction in hospitalisations and then a fall in the number of deaths. "Green shoots will take a while," he adds. On testing, Dr Harries says "we want to be testing where it is useful". She adds that if a member of the public had tested positive for the coronavirus they would not be asked to take any different action. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Europe's borders and coronavirus - BBC News
Europe's borders and coronavirus - BBC News
5 days ago
The BBC’s Gavin Lee took a road trip in the Schengen area to see how much the virus has impacted freedom of movement on the continent. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
US death rates v UK, Italy and South Korea - BBC News
US death rates v UK, Italy and South Korea - BBC News
6 days ago
The US has seen its cases spike dramatically in recent days and these graphs show what could be in store. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Are refugee and migrant camps prepared? - BBC News
Coronavirus: Are refugee and migrant camps prepared? - BBC News
5 days ago
Lack of access to sanitation and water facilities in refugee and migrant camps poses a challenge for residents trying to avoid coronavirus. In Moira in Lesbos, Greece, a facility built for 3,000 holds 18,000 people. The BBC's population correspondent Stephanie Hegarty takes a look. Footage; ReFOCUS Media Labs Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Moscow goes into lockdown - BBC News
Coronavirus: Moscow goes into lockdown - BBC News
5 days ago
In Russia, a full lockdown has been imposed in many regions of the country, as the numbers of confirmed infections continue to rise. The measures taken by the government have been ratcheted up rapidly in a matter of days - as recently as last week, the Kremlin claimed there was “de facto no epidemic” in Russia. From Moscow, Steve Rosenberg reports Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Trump extends US guidelines beyond Easter - BBC News
Coronavirus: Trump extends US guidelines beyond Easter - BBC News
5 days ago
President Donald Trump has said federal coronavirus guidelines such as social distancing will be extended across the US until at least 30 April. He had previously suggested that they could be relaxed as early as Easter, which falls in mid-April. "The highest point of the death rate is likely to hit in two weeks," Mr Trump said. He appeared to be referring to peak infection rates that experts fear could overwhelm hospitals. White House medical adviser Dr Anthony Fauci had earlier warned that the virus could kill up to 200,000 Americans. Dr Fauci said that it was "entirely conceivable" that millions of Americans could eventually be infected. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Rescue plan for thousands of Britons stranded abroad due to coronavirus - BBC News
Rescue plan for thousands of Britons stranded abroad due to coronavirus - BBC News
6 days ago
Tens of thousands of British citizens are stranded around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic with countries closing borders. The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has announced plans to bring them home but says the operation is a huge challenge. Meanwhile engineers and scientists are working flat out to provide new technology to help the NHS care for people with coronavirus. Fiona Bruce presents BBC News at Ten reports from Caroline Hawley and Medical Editor Fergus Walsh. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus crisis "to worsen" with 9,000 people now in hospital in England - BBC News
Coronavirus crisis "to worsen" with 9,000 people now in hospital in England - BBC News
6 days ago
There are now 9,000 patients with coronavirus in hospitals across England. A quarter of doctors are ill or self isolating. The new Nightingale Hospital in east London will begin taking its first 500 patients this week and will soon have room for 4,000. The government’s chief scientific adviser says the number of infections and deaths will continue to rise over the next two to three weeks. Fiona Bruce presents BBC News at Ten reports from Health Editor Hugh Pym and Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: £75m for Rescue flights to get stranded Britons home - BBC News
Coronavirus: £75m for Rescue flights to get stranded Britons home - BBC News
6 days ago
Tens of thousands of Britons stranded abroad by the coronavirus pandemic will be flown home under a new arrangement between the government and airlines. British Airways, Virgin, EasyJet, Jet2 and Titan are among airlines that have agreed to fly Britons back to the UK. The government has also pledged £75m to charter special flights to bring home UK nationals from countries where commercial flights are unavailable. The number of people who have died with the virus in the UK has reached 1,408. Speaking at the government's daily coronavirus briefing, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said an "unprecedented" number of UK travellers were trying to get home. "We are talking about hundreds of thousands of people travelling around the world," he said. Mr Raab added: "Hundreds of thousands have already done so, but many travellers haven't yet managed to get back home - from young backpackers to retired couples on cruises." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain reports more than 800 new deaths  - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain reports more than 800 new deaths - BBC News
6 days ago
Spain has reported 812 new deaths related to coronavirus in the past 24 hours. Authorities say 6,398 more people have been infected. The growth in coronavirus cases in hard-hit Spain appears to be slowing, the country's foreign minister has told the BBC. Another 6,400 cases were confirmed on Monday, the lowest increase in new cases for a week. The total of deaths reached 7,340 after 812 new fatalities. It comes as a national lockdown expanded to instruct non-essential workers to stay home for two weeks. Meanwhile, the doctor leading the country's response has tested positive. Spain's latest national figures show that the virus' upwards curve appears to be flattening out, Foreign Minister Arancha González says. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
From Spiderman artist to drawing teacher - BBC News
From Spiderman artist to drawing teacher - BBC News
6 days ago
Irish artist Will Sliney is keeping thousands of kids entertained during the coronavirus outbreak with daily drawing challenges. He set up a #wewilldraw challenge in early March to help families while schools were closed. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: 159 more deaths in England - BBC News
Coronavirus: 159 more deaths in England - BBC News
6 days ago
The number of people who have died in England after contracting coronavirus is now 1,284, a rise of 159, NHS England said. Those who died were aged between 32 and 98 years old. Almost all patients had underlying health conditions - the four people who did not were aged between 56 and 87 years old. NHS England confirmed their families had been informed. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain extended the state of emergency until at least 12 April - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain extended the state of emergency until at least 12 April - BBC News
6 days ago
The number of coronavirus deaths in Spain have reached well over 6,000 as the country struggles to cope with the crisis. Globally, there have been more than 720,000 infections and almost 34,000 deaths. Italy remains by far the worst hit country, with more than 10,000 fatalities, followed by Spain and then China. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus warning: up to 6 months before UK returns to normal - BBC News
Coronavirus warning: up to 6 months before UK returns to normal - BBC News
7 days ago
The government's senior medical advisers are warning that it could take six months before stringent coronavirus restrictions are lifted. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to every household urging people to obey strict rules to contain the pandemic. Some care providers have said their frontline staff still lack essential protective equipment. Meanwhile the crisis is deepening around the world. Italy is facing a severe shortage of medical staff in its worst-hit northern regions. And a leading US government expert has warned that as many as 200,000 Americans could lose their lives. Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reports from Science Editor David Shukman, Home Editor Mark Easton, Europe Correspondent Jean Mackenzie and North America Editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Up to 6 months before life 'returns to normal' says government - BBC News
Coronavirus: Up to 6 months before life 'returns to normal' says government - BBC News
7 days ago
It could be up to six months before life in the UK returns to "normal", England's deputy chief medical officer has said. Speaking at the government's daily coronavirus briefing, Dr Jenny Harries added: "This is not to say we would be in complete lockdown for six months." But, she added, "We have to be really, really responsible and keep doing what we're all doing." It comes as the number of deaths of people with coronavirus reached 1,228. Among those to have died with the virus is Amged El-Hawrani, a 55-year-old doctor and ear, nose and throat trainer at Queen's Hospital Burton. His death was confirmed shortly before the press briefing. An organ transplant consultant died last week. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Italy deaths climb above 10,000 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Italy deaths climb above 10,000 - BBC News
7 days ago
Italy recorded 756 new deaths in the past 24 hours - bringing the total to 10,779. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog Italy recorded a further 756 new deaths over the past day. It brought the total there to almost 11,000, which is the most anywhere in the world. But it also marked the second successive fall in the daily number of recorded deaths. For context, there were 889 on Saturday and more than 900 on Friday. More widely, the number of people who have tested positive for the virus in Italy rose on Sunday to 97,689 from a previous 92,472. That is the lowest daily rise in new cases since Wednesday. At least 13,030 people have recovered from the virus, officials said
Raving to the BBC News theme tune - BBC News
Raving to the BBC News theme tune - BBC News
7 days ago
Have you seen the kitchen 'remix' of the BBC News theme tune yet? We got together its creator, Rachel Leary, whose video has been viewed millions of times across social media and the original composer, Dave Lowe - at a safe social distance, of course. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus social distancing advice: What two metres looks like - BBC News
Coronavirus social distancing advice: What two metres looks like - BBC News
7 days ago
The UK government is advising people stay home and only go out if they need to fetch food or medicine, to go to work if it's essential or to exercise. Even when you leave your home, you need to practise social distancing and keep at least two metres away from other people to protect yourself from catching coronavirus. But it can be hard to know exactly what that looks like. The BBC's health correspondent Laura Foster helps explain the best ways to keep safe and keep the correct distance away from other people. Video by: Laura Foster, Tobias Chapple, Terry Saunders and Alex Dackevych. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus UK deaths rise to more than 1,000 in biggest daily increase - BBC News
Coronavirus UK deaths rise to more than 1,000 in biggest daily increase - BBC News
8 days ago
The number of deaths in the UK from coronavirus has reached 1,019 after the biggest daily increase so far. The government has announced more measures to help businesses survive the crisis. In Italy, more than 10,000 people have now died. Some critically ill patients there have been flown to hospitals in Germany, to help relieve Italy’s desperately stretched health services. Kate Silverton presents BBC News at Ten reports from Health Correspondent Dominic Hughes, Business Correspondent Katie Prescott and Europe Correspondent Jean Mackenzie in Rome. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
"UK will do well to keep deaths under 20,000" - health official - BBC News
"UK will do well to keep deaths under 20,000" - health official - BBC News
8 days ago
NHS England medical director Prof Stephen Powis says if the death toll in the UK is kept below 20,000, "we will have done very well". It was "possible to get on top of this virus", he added. The comment came as Business Secretary Alok Sharma gave the UK government's daily coronavirus briefing Across the UK, 1,019 people have now died Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Locked down India struggles as workers flee cities - BBC News
Locked down India struggles as workers flee cities - BBC News
8 days ago
Millions of homeless people and migrant labourers have been left in the lurch after India announced a 21-day lockdown in a bid to contain the spread of coronavirus in the country. With factories and construction sites closing down, many have expressed fears that they would starve to death. State governments have announced that they will open centres to feed these people, but have been overwhelmed. Many have opted to walk hundreds of miles to their villages as public transport has been suspended. Video by Varun Nayar Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Deserted London landmarks seen from above - BBC News
Deserted London landmarks seen from above - BBC News
8 days ago
Some of London's most popular landmarks are devoid of the usual crowds as people stay indoors to help combat coronavirus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK deaths climb above 1,000 - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK deaths climb above 1,000 - BBC News
8 days ago
A total of 1,019 patients have died after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Friday, the Department of Health has said, up from 759 the day before. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus deaths rising fast in Europe and US - BBC News
Coronavirus deaths rising fast in Europe and US - BBC News
9 days ago
Coronavirus is claiming more lives across Europe and in the United States. Italy is seeing the fastest rise in deaths since the beginning of the outbreak, almost 1,000 in the last 24 hours. Spain also faces a rising number of deaths and critically ill patients. In the US President Trump has authorised a two-trillion dollar emergency package in an attempt to protect the economy. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports from Mark Lowen in Rome, Damian Grammaticas in Madrid and Nick Bryant in New York. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Boris Johnson tests positive for Coronavirus as numbers infected rise - BBC News
Boris Johnson tests positive for Coronavirus as numbers infected rise - BBC News
9 days ago
There's been a big rise in the number of people in the UK who have died of coronavirus - 181 lost their lives in the past 24 hours and more than 6000 are being treated in hospital. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the virus. In a video message he said he had mild symptoms and was working from home. The UK death toll has now reached 759 -- in just three weeks. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports by Chief Political Correspondent Vicki Young and Medical Correspondent Fergus Walsh. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
33,000 new UK hospital beds for coronavirus patients  - BBC News
33,000 new UK hospital beds for coronavirus patients - BBC News
9 days ago
Mr Gove says that the best analysis shows the rate of infection in the UK has been doubling every three to four days. "These figures are a powerful reminder of the need for all of us to act," he says. "Strict social distancing measures have been put in place to restrict the spread of Covid-19." The head of the NHS in England, Simon Stevens, tells the briefing there are currently 6,200 patients with coronavirus in hospital. He says the NHS is "pulling out all the stops" to ensure they and those who will be hospitalised in future get the treatment they deserve. An extra 33,000 beds are being created for coronavirus patients as part of an "extraordinary effort" to reconfigure the health service, he adds. He confirms that there will be two new major Nightingale hospitals built on the sites of Birmingham's NEC and the Manchester conference centre. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK coronavirus deaths rise to 759 - BBC News
UK coronavirus deaths rise to 759 - BBC News
9 days ago
The number of coronavirus deaths in the UK has risen from 578 to 759, according to the Department of Health. This is the biggest rise in deaths that the country has seen so far. 14,579 have now tested positive for the disease, including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK Health Secretary Hancock also tests positive - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK Health Secretary Hancock also tests positive - BBC News
9 days ago
UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has tested positive for the coronavirus. He is self-isolating at home and his symptoms are said to be mild. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
coronavirus: Half a million people have now contracted the virus globally - BBC News
coronavirus: Half a million people have now contracted the virus globally - BBC News
9 days ago
Half a million people have now contracted coronavirus globally Confirmed cases in the US overtake China's and Italy's UK deaths reach 578, a rise of more than 100 a day for the first time UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces help for self-employed Italy records another 712 deaths in 24 hours, bringing the total to 8,215 Some 3.3m Americans filed jobless claims last week - more than four times the previous record Confirmed cases in the US pass 80,000, with at least 1,050 deaths G20 leaders vow to inject $5tn (£4.1tn) into the global economy Deaths surge by 655 in Spain, taking total to nearly 4,100 #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: US overtakes China with most cases - BBC News
Coronavirus: US overtakes China with most cases - BBC News
9 days ago
The US now has more confirmed cases of coronavirus than any other country, with more than 85,500 positive tests. According to the latest figures collated by Johns Hopkins University, the US has overtaken China (81,782 cases) and Italy (80,589). But with almost 1,300 Covid-19-related fatalities, the US death toll lags behind China (3,291) and Italy (8,215). The grim milestone came as President Donald Trump predicted the nation would get back to work "pretty quickly". #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to 'lead the national fightback' from home - BBC News
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to 'lead the national fightback' from home - BBC News
9 days ago
In a tweet, Mr Johnson said: "Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government's response via video-conference as we fight this virus. "Together we will beat this." Mr Johnson was last seen on Thursday night, as he clapped outside No 10 as part of a nationwide gesture to thank NHS staff. There are more than 11,600 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK, and 578 people have died. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will continue to lead the nation from home after testing positive for Covid-19. "I've developed mild symptoms of the coronavirus, that's a temperature and a persistent cough," Mr Johnson said in a video posted on his Twitter account. "On the advice of the chief medical officer, I have taken a test and that has come out positive. "I'm working from home and self-isolating. That's entirely the right thing to do. "I can continue, thanks to the wizardry of technology, to communicate with my top team and lead the national fightback against the virus."
PM Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus - BBC News
PM Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus - BBC News
9 days ago
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus, Downing Street has said. Mr Johnson has mild symptoms and will self-isolate in Downing Street. "He was tested for coronavirus on the personal advice of England's chief medical officer, Professor Chris Whitty," a statement said. He will still be in charge of the government's handling of the crisis, the statement added. The test was carried out at Number 10 by NHS staff. In a tweet, Mr Johnson said: "Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government's response via video-conference as we fight this virus. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK government unveils aid for self-employed - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK government unveils aid for self-employed - BBC News
10 days ago
Self-employed workers will be able to apply for a grant of up to £2,500 a month to help them cope with the financial impact of coronavirus, the chancellor has announced. The money will be paid in a single lump sum, but will not begin to arrive until the start of June at the earliest. Rishi Sunak told the self-employed: "You have not been forgotten." Plans for 80% wage subsidies for staff kept on by employers were announced last week. The chancellor spoke after the total number of people in the UK to die with Covid-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, reached 475. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Viral dad on the trials of working from home - BBC News
Viral dad on the trials of working from home - BBC News
10 days ago
Families across the world are having to spend more time at home to try to contain the spread of coronavirus. The BBC spoke to Professor Robert Kelly and his wife, Jung-a Kim to ask them about the lockdown in South Korea with children Marion and James. The family became a global hit in 2017 when Prof Kelly's children gatecrashed a live interview he was doing with the British broadcaster. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: A quarter of the world’s population in lockdown - BBC News
Coronavirus: A quarter of the world’s population in lockdown - BBC News
10 days ago
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told India’s population of 1.3 billion people to stay at home. The lockdown is currently planned for 3 weeks. More than 2.6 billion people are in lockdown now India has introduced its new measures, according to a tally by the AFP news agency Europe remains at the epicentre of the pandemic. On Tuesday, the death toll jumped by 514 in a single day in Spain and other European countries also reported sharp increases Italy is the worst affected country in the world in terms of deaths. The virus has killed almost 7,000 people there over the past month The UK, meanwhile, is spending its first day under tight new restrictions. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced unprecedented measures on Monday and ordered the immediate closure of shops selling non-essential goods And in the US, New York's governor has said the federal government is not sending enough equipment to combat the crisis. The state has been hit especially hard by the virus The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the US has the potential to become the new epicentre of the pandemic #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus delays Russian vote on Putin staying in power - BBC News
Coronavirus delays Russian vote on Putin staying in power - BBC News
10 days ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin has postponed a vote on constitutional change that would allow him to stay in power, because of coronavirus concerns. He said the public vote - previously due to be held on 22 April - would be delayed until a "later date". The proposed changes include scrapping a ban on allowing Mr Putin to run for office again. The changes have already been approved by parliament and Russia's constitutional court. They would give Mr Putin - who is serving his fourth presidential term and has dominated Russian politics for two decades - the right to serve two more consecutive terms. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
How staying at home can stop coronavirus - BBC News
How staying at home can stop coronavirus - BBC News
10 days ago
Governments around the world are encouraging people to stay at home to protect health services and save lives. Among the new measures being brought in the UK, people can only leave their homes to buy food, medicine and to exercise. They're allowed to travel, but only to and from work if they cannot do their jobs from home. Staying at home to keep people safe can be a difficult concept to grasp, especially when you are feeling fit and healthy yourself. BBC health reporter Laura Foster looks at the statistics which show just how much of a difference it can make when it comes to taking pressure off health services and saving lives. Edit by Tobias Chapple Graphics by Terry Saunders Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Strains on the benefits system & international virus response - BBC News
Coronavirus: Strains on the benefits system & international virus response - BBC News
11 days ago
Coronavirus reports from the BBC News at Ten. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Calls for personal protection equipment for frontline medical staff - BBC News
Coronavirus: Calls for personal protection equipment for frontline medical staff - BBC News
11 days ago
Frontline medics have told the BBC about their concerns over a lack of personal protection as they fight coronavirus in the UK. The British Medical Association says there's growing evidence that thousands of doctors are still not getting the equipment they need to treat patients with coronavirus. The doctor's union says it means some medics are likely to become very ill and some may die. But the government says 15 million masks have been delivered to NHS trusts across the country since Monday. Prince Charles has also tested positive for the coronavirus. Clarence House says he is displaying "mild symptoms" but is otherwise in good health. Sophie Raworth presents tonight's BBC News at Ten and unravels the day's events with the BBC's health editor Hugh Pym, medical correspondent Fergus Walsh, royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell and political editor Laura Kuenssberg. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Thousands volunteer to help NHS with vulnerable - BBC News
Coronavirus: Thousands volunteer to help NHS with vulnerable - BBC News
11 days ago
Some 405,000 people have signed up in 24 hours to volunteer with the NHS after a recruitment drive to help the vulnerable amid the coronavirus crisis, the PM Boris Johnson has announced. Speaking at his daily news conference, he said they would play an "absolutely crucial" role in fighting the virus. The helpers are needed for delivering food and medicines, driving patients to appointments and phoning the isolated. The scheme is one of a number aimed at relieving pressure on the NHS. Mr Johnson said he a wanted to offer "special thank you to everyone who has now volunteered to help the NHS". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain’s death toll surpasses China’s - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain’s death toll surpasses China’s - BBC News
11 days ago
Spain’s death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed the official figure from China, becoming the second highest in the world. Deaths have risen by 738 in just 24 hours to a total of 3,434 - a record spike for Spain. In comparison, China has officially reported 3,285 deaths, while Italy - the worst affected country - has 6,820. Spain's prime minister will later ask MPs to extend his country’s state of emergency for another two weeks. Lawmakers are expected to agree to Pedro Sánchez's request for lockdown measures to stay in place until 11 April. Under the rules, people are banned from leaving home except for buying essential supplies and medicines, or for work. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Queen still 'in good health' - BBC News
Queen still 'in good health' - BBC News
11 days ago
BBC royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell says the prince and his wife flew to Scotland on Sunday, although they did not travel on a scheduled flight. He adds that they were both tested on Monday and got their results last night. Prince Charles's last public engagement was on 12 March - the same day he last saw his mother, the Queen. Palace officials say the Monarch remains in "good health". The prince, 71, and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, are self-isolating at Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate in Aberdeenshire. A Palace statement said: "The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire where they met the criteria required for testing." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but 'remains in good health' - BBC News
Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but 'remains in good health' - BBC News
11 days ago
The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus, Clarence House has confirmed. Prince Charles, 71, is displaying mild symptoms "but otherwise remains in good health", a spokesman said. The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, has also been tested but does not have the virus. Clarence House said Charles and Camilla were now self-isolating at Balmoral, adding the prince "has been working at home throughout the last few days". An official statement read: "In accordance with government and medical advice, the prince and the duchess are now self-isolating at home in Scotland. "The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire, where they met the criteria required for testing. "It is not possible to ascertain from whom the prince caught the virus owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his public role during recent weeks." Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Global coronavirus cases surpassed 400,000  - BBC News
Global coronavirus cases surpassed 400,000 - BBC News
11 days ago
Global coronavirus cases surpassed 400,000, according to data collated by Johns Hopkins University. Almost 17,000 people have now died, while more than 100,000 have recovered Italy reported a jump of 743 deaths in the past day - 141 more than Monday While the number of deaths has risen, the number of new infections appears to be slowing down India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has imposed a nationwide lockdown in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The restrictions came into force at midnight local time (18:30 GMT) and will be enforced for 21 days. "There will be a total ban on venturing out of your homes," Mr Modi said in a televised address. He appealed for people not to panic - but crowds quickly mobbed stores in the capital, Delhi, and other cities. Correspondents say it is not clear how - or even if - people will now be allowed out to buy food and other essentials. #BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: sharp rise in UK death toll as hospitals prepare for a surge in cases - BBC News
Coronavirus: sharp rise in UK death toll as hospitals prepare for a surge in cases - BBC News
12 days ago
The day after the UK government announced strict new measures to limit the spread of coronavirus, three young doctors working in the accident & emergency department of a London hospital have issued a stark warning to Britain. They said they are seeing people in their 20s and 30s who are very sick and they said that the surge of cases was only just beginning. On Tuesday the death toll from coronavirus rose by 87 - the biggest daily rise so far. 422 people have now lost their lives. It was also revealed that a new field hospital is being opened next week at a conference centre in East London that can take up to 4,000 patients. And the government has launched a volunteer scheme to recruit 250 thousand people to help vulnerable people cope while they are confined to their homes. BBC News at Ten presented by Sophie Raworth with reports from the BBC's Health Editor Hugh Pym, Medical Correspondent Fergus Walsh and Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg. Produced for the BBC News at Ten Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Italy virus deaths rise but infections slow again  - BBC News
Coronavirus: Italy virus deaths rise but infections slow again - BBC News
12 days ago
Italy is currently the worst-affected nation, with 6,820 now reported dead from coronavirus, according to the latest figures. But the rate of infection has seemingly slowed there in the last few days, raising hopes that strict social-distancing measures are having an effect. On Tuesday, Italian officials said the number of confirmed coronavirus cases had jumped by 3,612 to 69,176, which is about a 1% decrease in new cases on the previous day. BBC Rome correspondent Mark Lowen said the continued slowing of new cases in Italy is “starting to look like a trend”. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: UK to open temporary hospital with military help - BBC News
Coronavirus: UK to open temporary hospital with military help - BBC News
12 days ago
A new hospital is to be established in the ExCeL centre, an exhibition centre in east London, Mr Hancock says. The new NHS Nightingale Hospital will consist of two wards and hold up to 4,000 patients, Mr Hancock says. In response to the UK's call for retired medics to return to the NHS, Mr Hancock says more than 11,500 have come forward, including 2,660 doctors and 6,147 nurses. He adds that more than 18,000 medical students will also join the NHS workforce. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Death toll in the UK reaches 422 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Death toll in the UK reaches 422 - BBC News
12 days ago
In the UK, as of 9am on 24 March, a total of 90,436 have been tested: 82,359 negative. 8,077 positive. As of 1pm, 422 patients who tested positive for coronavirus have sadly died. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Japan asks for Olympics postponement - BBC News
Japan asks for Olympics postponement - BBC News
12 days ago
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has asked for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to be postponed by a year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Abe said he has agreed the delay with International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach following talks earlier on Tuesday. BBC sports editor Dan Roan says the IOC's Executive Board will approve the delay this afternoon. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain sees record 514 deaths in one day - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain sees record 514 deaths in one day - BBC News
12 days ago
It's another dark day for Spain with a total of 39,763 cases of coronavirus confirmed across the country. Another 6,582 infections have been announced in the past 24 hours and the number of deaths has now reached 2,696. The capital Madrid continues to be the epicentre of Spain's pandemic, with 1,535 deaths. The north-east region of Catalonia is now also becoming a big cause for concern with 1,939 cases in the past day, higher than Madrid. Health emergency chief Fernando Simón has stressed that almost 3,800 people have now recovered from the virus but 2,636 remain in intensive care. "This is a tough week and we are all hoping to see if we are managing to reach the peak and start going down, with these very aggressive measures that have been imposed on Spain". Attention has also turned to the alarming rate of infection among health professionals. Of the 39,763 infected people around the country, 5,400 are healthcare staff - meaning they make up nearly 14% of those with the disease. The government has asked MPs to extend the state of alert to 11 April. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: What is social distancing? - BBC News
Coronavirus: What is social distancing? - BBC News
14 days ago
Governments around the world are advising people to socially distance themselves in order to reduce pressures on health services and stop the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19). This is even more important now UK schools have been closed to most children. But what exactly is the advice on social distancing - and who should be doing it the most? And how exactly does it stop the spread of coronavirus? The BBC's health reporter, Laura Foster explains. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: 'You must stay at home' UK public told - BBC News
Coronavirus: 'You must stay at home' UK public told - BBC News
13 days ago
Strict new curbs on life in the UK to tackle the spread of coronavirus have been announced by the British Prime Minister. People must now stay at home except for shopping for basic necessities, daily exercise, any medical need and travelling to and from essential work. Shops selling non-essential goods have been told to shut and gatherings in public of more than two people who do not live together are prohibited. If people do not follow the rules police will have the powers to enforce them, including through fines and dispersing gatherings, Boris Johnson said in a televised statement from Downing Street. The new restrictions come as the UK death toll reached 335. Laura Kuenssberg, Daniel Sanford and Fergus Walsh report for the BBC News at Ten, presented by Fiona Bruce. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: PM announcing strict new curbs on life in UK - BBC News
Coronavirus: PM announcing strict new curbs on life in UK - BBC News
13 days ago
The prime minister is announcing strict new curbs on life in the UK to tackle the spread of coronavirus. From this evening people must stay at home except for shopping for basic necessities, daily exercise, any medical need and travelling to and from essential work. Shops selling non-essential goods will also be shut and gatherings in public of more than two people who do not live together prohibited. The UK death toll has reached 335. If people do not follow the rules police will have the powers to enforce them, including through fines and dispersing gatherings, Boris Johnson said in a televised statement from Downing Street. Other premises including libraries, playgrounds and outdoor gyms, and places of worship must also close immediately. Parks will remain open for exercise but gatherings will be dispersed. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: More myths to ignore - BBC News
Coronavirus: More myths to ignore - BBC News
13 days ago
Holding your breath and drinking cow urine? Reality Check's Chris Morris busts more health myths about Covid-19 being shared online. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: India observes 14-hour curfew - BBC News
Coronavirus: India observes 14-hour curfew - BBC News
13 days ago
More than a billion people in India have been asked to stay indoors for 14-hours to try to combat the coronavirus pandemic. When he announced the curfew last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told citizens that it would be a test in order to assess the county's ability to fight the virus. There have been 315 recorded cases in India has so far. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Pressure grows on Japan and IOC to cancel Olympics - BBC News
Coronavirus: Pressure grows on Japan and IOC to cancel Olympics - BBC News
13 days ago
Canada and Australia say they will not send teams to the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games Earlier, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe said an Olympic postponement "may become inevitable" Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Spain death toll tops 2,000 - BBC News
Coronavirus: Spain death toll tops 2,000 - BBC News
13 days ago
The death toll in Spain has reached 2,182, the government has announced, after 462 people passed away in the past 24 hours. In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced on Sunday a ban on all gatherings of more than two people who aren't family. It came just days after police in the state of Bavaria shut down a number of public "corona parties", organised by young people on social media. Premier Markus Söder called the gatherings "a real threat". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: Take social distancing advice seriously, Boris Johnson tells UK - BBC News
Coronavirus: Take social distancing advice seriously, Boris Johnson tells UK - BBC News
14 days ago
Boris Johnson has told people to take seriously the social distancing advice to stop the spread of coronavirus, saying it is "absolutely crucial". The PM thanked people for "the sacrifice" they had made, but warned those going to parks and open spaces they must stay 2m away from others. "If you don't do it responsibly... we will have to bring forward further measures," he said. The number of people who have died with the virus in the UK has reached 281. The NHS in England has identified 1.5 million of the most at-risk people who should now stay at home for 12 weeks. The PM told those people to "shield" themselves, adding it "will do more than any other single measure that we are setting out to save life". Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
Coronavirus: People in Beijing begin to head outdoors - BBC News
Coronavirus: People in Beijing begin to head outdoors - BBC News
14 days ago
After several days with no "home-grown" infections, according to China’s official figures, there is a feeling there that the coronavirus emergency appears to be under control. People in Beijing are finally heading outdoors, as China correspondent Stephen McDonell reports. Please subscribe HERE bit.ly/1rbfUog
R
R - 2 hours ago
Imagine having a f'kng BBQ - whats wrong with people? Grown men having to be told to their face, to do what everyone else has the common sense to do.
Paulina Mar - Memories Creator
Paulina Mar - Memories Creator - 2 hours ago
This is joke what they are doing and saying. NHS this is the biggest joke already before virus. Start saying true
Muhammad Al-Shehri
Muhammad Al-Shehri - 2 hours ago
God words 1400 years ago They want to extinguish the light of Allah with their mouths, but Allah refuses except to perfect His light, although the disbelievers dislike it.(32)It is He who has sent His Messenger with guidance and the religion of truth to manifest it over all religion, although they who associate others with Allah dislike it.(33) Quran Chapter 9: 33-32 God words God knows
tywakorn
tywakorn - 2 hours ago
#sexworkersalsoneedppe
h.l.
h.l. - 2 hours ago
China is good China us good China is good
Bob Lamar
Bob Lamar - 2 hours ago
The man who refused to charge jimmy saville.. Human rights scum bag lawyer.. This man is just another slimy fool.. Into children and cover ups for the elite.
GraffGames
GraffGames - 2 hours ago
Dont think anyone would wish this on their worse enemy ... RIP..England stop showing your true colours n stay at fkin home is it that hard
The Yautja
The Yautja - 2 hours ago
Bullsh*t
Richard Driveways
Richard Driveways - 2 hours ago
Fuck you BBC !! How can the people of the UK believe a word you say !!! I see you have left your comments open on this particular post, obviously because it’s regarding a child’s death YOU THE BBC, WORKING FOR THE ELITES , EVERY LARGE CORPORATIONS
pirana. auttp
pirana. auttp - 2 hours ago
😔
Scott Bradley
Scott Bradley - 2 hours ago
With not one mention of the common cold/flu that took 23,000 people between 2018/19 just as soon as they roll out 5g in wuhan covid 19 appears do yourselves all a favour and look at the maps of 5g then covid 19 maps no coincidences. biological weapon it destroys the oxygen in our permeable cellular structure as simple as that it affects respiratory systems and kills far quicker than any virus ever will. the rest of the deaths etc elderly care homes the normal flu every year takes them at that rate sometimes faster. I just want people to stop being sheep and listening to the government the answers in the question GOVERN-MENT GOVERN our ment in short for mental. Stop trusting them they don't really care about you simple.
Good Good
Good Good - 2 hours ago
Open up the whole world back to normal, but just ask everyone to wear a mask, real or makeshift.
royksk
royksk - 2 hours ago
Asians have been wearing masks for years whenever they have a cold. They knew the importance of keeping viruses as much as possible to themselves.
Carrie Perkins
Carrie Perkins - 2 hours ago
Hey! Maybe queenie is gonna dig deep and splash out on the front line workers and up their wages from her own pocket?
Loodi Tv Africa
Loodi Tv Africa - 2 hours ago
In Uganda we have 8months old baby with Corona
Stu W
Stu W - 2 hours ago
The truth of it is Mad Hancock usa-video.net/69YEN7oLF94-video.html
Void Null
Void Null - 2 hours ago
Good way to eradicate thorns. Only Xi has guts to do this.
mausi
mausi - 2 hours ago
This is not a video game?really oO omg facepalm....but is the must stupid titel ever in the corona pandemic
khara Niz
khara Niz - 2 hours ago
Muslim's heros Taliban❤
Jitu Jitu
Jitu Jitu - 2 hours ago
BBC should probably focus on grooming gangs Muslims run in UK against White Christian Girls.
马昊
马昊 - 2 hours ago
in china i never can believe this can be ate
India Morning
India Morning - 2 hours ago
Corona Virus Short Film usa-video.net/cUZHtw8dPnk-video.html
Homerton B
Homerton B - 2 hours ago
How long till a dose
NITESH NAIK
NITESH NAIK - 2 hours ago
vanessa hudgens Yeah, till July sounds like a bunch of bulls-, I'm sorry. It's a virus, I get it. I respect it. But at the same time, like, even if everybody gets it - like, yeah, people are gonna die. Which is terrible. But, like, inevitable?
David Worgan
David Worgan - 2 hours ago
Go to joe rogans channel on corona virus , dont listen to thease muppets, got some real advice from a real professional he has on his show
liv the doll .
liv the doll . - 2 hours ago
yes omg i have this rn .. hurts rn
Carl B
Carl B - 2 hours ago
Can't believe how quick he got over 'the virus'
Richard Driveways
Richard Driveways - 2 hours ago
God bless this child and the family ❤️
Hartobpri Prihartob
Hartobpri Prihartob - 2 hours ago
Corona virus won't compromise to any tribes sex religion and ages Once it hits you it won't release you off
Abhishek Tarun
Abhishek Tarun - 2 hours ago
BBC is more interested in India than UK itself. 💁‍♂️
Hurdygurdy man
Hurdygurdy man - 2 hours ago
Right enough, how did that wee girl contract this virus? When it doesn’t spread like a bacterial infection? Look up what a virus is. BBC you should be ashamed
J130 G810
J130 G810 - 2 hours ago
What is it with Labour and Paedophile's ....apparently New Labour Leader helped vile Paedophile Jimmy Saville evade justice www.politicalite.com/lab/labour/new-leader-new-danger-keir-starmer-helped-paedophile-jimmy-saville-evade-justice/
Lorena Charlotte
Lorena Charlotte - 2 hours ago
Staying home. Testing the population starting with all people working in first line. Wearing all a mask to reduce spread (No masks found to be purchased anywhere) Perhaps Government could ask for volunteers fabricating them. We all working together can get sooner through.
jutubaeh
jutubaeh - 2 hours ago
Rai ^ ^ xD ?
Muhammad Saleem
Muhammad Saleem - 2 hours ago
usa-video.net/VOX5pQDzHrI-video.html kids telling about coronavirus
o Travis
o Travis - 2 hours ago
The masks don't work So Why won't we all jest start Tying our nooses
shonshea
shonshea - 2 hours ago
Shows how fragile life is. Keep strong a George. God Bless you.
Radomirius
Radomirius - 2 hours ago
Stay at home. Run on streets. Logic?
Brenda Kimaro
Brenda Kimaro - 2 hours ago
Nimelia pamoja nao kwa furaha!! Hi ni miujiza!! Mungu ni mwema sana...ni kweli Sasa wanapaswa kuishi pamoja kwa maisha yaliyobaki! Atukuzwe Mungu.
Prp010
Prp010 - 2 hours ago
Hey everyone, I am part of an NGO here in India where we are working for elderly and destitutes. We are in need of medical supplies for these people. Any contribution for fighting COVID for the underprivileged is greatly appreciated. Plz feel free to donate as less $1 for our efforts. Paypal account: nihanthika99@gmail.com
Harry Gooch
Harry Gooch - 2 hours ago
I wish the bosses of all shops and supermarkets (or anyone who can afford to help) would step up and supply face masks for all their workers. These poor brave souls are not only putting their-selves at risk but also could unknowingly spread the virus. They come into contact with hundreds if not thousands of people everyday in order for us buy our groceries.
innominejesu 042016
innominejesu 042016 - 2 hours ago
The father is so handsome
Mohamed A. Hussein
Mohamed A. Hussein - 2 hours ago
Just follow China's Example! Stay at home, Dummies!
Ivan Jebelowski
Ivan Jebelowski - 2 hours ago
That wasnt the bottom that was the back of an enormous sea monster.
Yu Kay
Yu Kay - 2 hours ago
to be honest, i can understand them. we all saw the ppl fight over the stupid toilet paper in western countries already. u can expect what's gonna happen if these toxic ppl realize that the mask is essential but there is no enough mask for everyone in US and EU.
Arke shar
Arke shar - 2 hours ago
It is very painful and trauma to lose 5 year old daughter or son. My condolences to his parents. 😭
nanda Kumar
nanda Kumar - 2 hours ago
Better use for making roads
P110: Music
P110: Music - 2 hours ago
Anti trump propaganda. Information changes every day for every country nothing written in stone. BBC do you have comparison videos in shift of options from other countries coming? All this is just going to add the the social unrest you are creating. Weldon BBC 👏🏽
Jan koria
Jan koria - 2 hours ago
Never the Less these are impressive figures !!! India is Trying desperately, apart from one community which is delibrately trying to spread the Virus
surality
surality - 2 hours ago
If thats seven hundred deaths in hospital, how many at home?
||||upjidasoid
||||upjidasoid - 2 hours ago
In these times is the BBC going to scrap the people’s tax.
surfinmuso
surfinmuso - 2 hours ago
It's unbelievable. They have even banned fishing here...fishing!! They prevented us from earning money to live on, and now prevented from even catching your own food!! They won't be happy till there are people starving and killing each other for food.
miro malah
miro malah - 2 hours ago
10 božích prikázaní Boh Zástupov svätý najvyšší Ktorý dal nám jeho zákon. A syn Boží ho Prišiel naplniť! Biblia Kralická1 Aj hovoril Boh všetky tieto slová a riekol: 2 Ja som Hospodin, tvoj Bôh, ktorý som ťa vyviedol z Egyptskej zeme, z domu služby. 3 Nebudeš mať iných bohov predo mnou. 4 Neučiníš si rytiny ani nijakej podoby tých vecí, ktoré sú na nebi hore ani tých, ktoré na zemi dole, ani tých, ktoré vo vodách pod zemou. 5 Nebudeš sa im klaňať ani im nebudeš slúžiť. Lebo ja som Hospodin, tvoj Bôh, Boh silný, horlivý, navštevujem neprávosť otcov na deťoch do tretieho a štvrtého pokolenia tých, ktorí ma nenávidia, 6 a činím milosť tisícim tým, ktorí ma milujú a zachovávajú moje príkazy. 7 Nevezmeš mena Hospodina, svojho Boha, nadarmo; lebo Hospodin nenechá bez pomsty toho, kto by vzal jeho meno nadarmo. 8 Pamätaj na deň soboty, aby si ho svätil. 9 Šesť dní budeš pracovať a tvoriť všetky svoje dielo 10 Ale siedmy deň je sobota Hospodina, tvojho Boha. Nebudeš robiť nijakého diela, ty i tvoj syn i tvoja dcéra, tvoj sluha i tvoja dievka, hovado tvojej i prichádzajúce, ktorý je v tvojich bránach. 11 Lebo šesť dní Pán utvoril nebo a zem, more a všetko, čo je v nich, a odpočinul dňa siedmeho; Preto požehnal Hospodin deň soboty a posvätil ho. 12 Cti otca svojho i matku svoju, aby sa predĺžili tvoje dni na zemi, ktorú Hospodin, tvoj Bôh dá tebe. 13 Nezabiješ. 14 Nezosmilníš. 15 Nepokradneš. 16 Nepovieš na svojho blížneho krivého svedectva. 17 Nepožiadaš domu svojho blížneho, ani Nepožiadaš ženy svojho blížneho, ani jeho sluhu ani jeho dievky ani jeho vola jeho, ani osla jeho, ani ničoho, čo je blížneho tvojho. 18 A všetok ľud videl hrmenie a blesky, a zvuk trúby, a vrch kúriť sa. To keď videl ľud, pohli sa a stáli zďaleka. 19 A povedali Mojžišovi: Hovor ty s nami, a budeme počúvať, a nech nehovorí s nami Boh, aby sme nezomreli. 20 Odpovedal Mojžiš ľudu: Nebojte sa; alebo pre skúsení vás Boh sám prišiel, aby bázeň jeho bola medzi vami, aby ste nehrešili. 21 Teda stál ľud zďaleka; Mojžiš sa priblížil k mrákave, kde bol Bôh. 22 A Hospodin riekol Mojžišovi: Takto povieš synom Izraelovým: Vy ste sami videli, že s neba hovoril som s vami. 23 Neučiníte pocte so mnou; bohov strieborných a bohov zlatých neurobíte sebe. 24 Oltár z krajiny urobíš mi a obetovať budeš na ňom svoje zápaly a svoje pokojné obeti svoje, ovce svoje a voly svoje. Na ktoromkoľvek mieste dám sláviť pamiatku svojho mena, prídem k tebe a požehnám ťa. 25 A keď mi spravíš oltár kamenný, nerob ho z kameňa tesaného; alebo ak pozdvihneš železa na neho, poškvrníš ho. 26 Bez toho po stupňoch vstupovať budeš k oltáru môjmu, aby hanba tvoja nebola pri ňom odkrytá.
don reeves
don reeves - 2 hours ago
The English are to stupid to listen to good advice .
R H
R H - 2 hours ago
why are you reading out what rhe queens going to say......
cocosongo1
cocosongo1 - 2 hours ago
Super hero cutie
James Williams
James Williams - 2 hours ago
Old school
Ugo Nwanguma
Ugo Nwanguma - 2 hours ago
Is this recently in today's America?
Weekly Report
Weekly Report - 2 hours ago
China is look like New York or London look at the streets - silent till next virus coming attraction
Gobi Murugesan
Gobi Murugesan - 2 hours ago
Back that diamonds to India. It's should be in Indian museums.
kristoZen
kristoZen - 2 hours ago
Hmm and we wonder how the Mayans vanished and left a thriving city in a flash.
Muhammad Shafiq
Muhammad Shafiq - 2 hours ago
usa-video.net/LmV8ds7_oRU-video.html PTI youth BAIGPUR in action against coronavirus
james ndungu
james ndungu - 2 hours ago
He is broken inside.. Lonely
JulianY2K12
JulianY2K12 - 2 hours ago
The BBC caring about the welfare of children? Now THAT's news.
David Ibbitt
David Ibbitt - 2 hours ago
The reporter in Italy from side angle looked like brie larson
Przemyslaw Stasiuk
Przemyslaw Stasiuk - 2 hours ago
When hire was no technology people had more time for family and was living longer
Asawary Choudhary
Asawary Choudhary - 2 hours ago
BBC had got PhD in how to show others countries bad side but never ever have look or report poor of UK who is dying on street bcoz of corona and Hunger together
R H
R H - 2 hours ago
its been 2 weeks already.. surely well see some results this week..
Przemyslaw Stasiuk
Przemyslaw Stasiuk - 2 hours ago
And you gonna do whatever you want. Satellites being sending into sky lots of telephone antennas being install around country. 5g is switched and you know this is to strong and gonna kill the people you are slaving us all propaganda
Henry Ayo
Henry Ayo - 2 hours ago
May that child rest in peace ... So cover 19 is nothing to do with 5 g installation everywhere In UK ... I'm lost with real or fake info ...
Paul The Merciful
Paul The Merciful - 2 hours ago
NHS England will have to be scrapped after the no PPE scandal.... End of story
Elizabeth Armada
Elizabeth Armada - 3 hours ago
May I ask who is the advicer of Mr Trump? Hindi po ba niya memorize ang mga linya nya? Para kasing unbelievable lahat ng sinasabi nya
shiva cartoon
shiva cartoon - 3 hours ago
Why is the covid-19 virus so devastating to Europe and America?
Bhavesh Game
Bhavesh Game - 3 hours ago
Why the bbc news Channel hate india
Muhammad Shafiq
Muhammad Shafiq - 3 hours ago
usa-video.net/LmV8ds7_oRU-video.html PTI youth BAIGPUR in action against coronavirus
Moods Hurt
Moods Hurt - 3 hours ago
Wow.
LordBeef BrothTV
LordBeef BrothTV - 3 hours ago
EVERY NEWS BROADCAST WITH A REPORTED DEATH FROM CORONAVIRUS HAS THE SAME THING IN COMMON "UNDERLINING HEALTH PROBLEMS"
Luxdarls !
Luxdarls ! - 3 hours ago
This never gets old !! Quarantine Timepass 🔥
nobody important
nobody important - 3 hours ago
All those little gambles Mummy and Daddy thought so clever killed their child
Squicx
Squicx - 3 hours ago
*THE CROWN HAS THE IMMORTAL ABILITIES TO WHOEVER HAS WORN IT...*
Spilt Tea
Spilt Tea - 3 hours ago
Its a war, a war against a virus which people aren’t taking seriously
miro malah
miro malah - 3 hours ago
Kto dôveruje Božiemu Synovi Ježišovi nemá sa čoho báť. Zjavenie Jána : 10 Nebo jsi ostříhal slova trpělivosti mé, i jáť tebe ostříhati budu od hodiny pokušení, kteréž přijíti má na všecken svět, aby zkušeni byli obyvatelé země. 11 Aj, přijduť brzy. Držiž se toho, co máš, aby žádný nevzal koruny tvé. 12 Kdo zvítězí, učiním jej sloupem v chrámě Boha svého, a nevyjdeť již více ven; a napíšiť na něm jméno Boha svého a jméno města Boha mého, nového Jeruzaléma sstupujícího s nebe od Boha mého, i jméno své nové. 13 Kdo má uši, slyš, co Duch praví církvím.
Tuoi Khuong
Tuoi Khuong - 3 hours ago
👍👍👍👍👍
airedpotato _
airedpotato _ - 3 hours ago
Give everyone free Netflix I say
Raees Syed
Raees Syed - 3 hours ago
The mom acted as a soldier to return the kids back the next door as if there were any monster.
Collins Joaquim
Collins Joaquim - 3 hours ago
May her soul rest in peace my condolences to her family especially her mother. God please heal the world 🤲🤲🤲
David Coomber
David Coomber - 3 hours ago
BBC lies exposed m.usa-video.net/5KmyHP5szGY-video.html
Leolas Evelyn
Leolas Evelyn - 3 hours ago
I'm sure they said a 4;month old baby died from it don't trust the BBC they are lying
Food Curls
Food Curls - 3 hours ago
India is hard. Poor health worker :(
David Coomber
David Coomber - 3 hours ago
The BBC lies exposed m.usa-video.net/5KmyHP5szGY-video.html
miro malah
miro malah - 3 hours ago
Zjavenie sa naplna Zjavenie Jána: Bible Kralická1 I viděl jsem, když otevřel Beránek jednu z těch pečetí, a slyšel jsem jedno ze čtyř zvířat, ano praví, jako hlasem hromovým: Pojď a viz. 2 I pohleděl jsem, a aj, kůň bílý, a ten, jenž seděl na něm, měl lučiště. A dána jest jemu koruna, i vyjel, přemáhaje, a aby přemáhal. 3 A když otevřel pečet druhou, slyšel jsem druhé zvíře, řkoucí: Pojď a viz. 4 I vyšel jiný kůň ryzí. A sedícímu na něm dáno jest, aby pokoj vyzdvihl z země a aby se lidé vespolek mordovali; a dán jemu meč veliký. 5 A když otevřel pečet třetí, slyšel jsem třetí zvíře, řkoucí: Pojď a viz. I pohleděl jsem, a aj, kůň vraný, a ten, jenž na něm seděl, měl váhu v ruce své. 6 I slyšel jsem hlas z prostředku čtyř zvířat, an praví: Měřice pšenice za peníz, a tři měřice ječmene za peníz, oleji pak a vínu neškoď. 7 A když otevřel pečet čtvrtou, slyšel jsem hlas čtvrtého zvířete, řkoucí: Pojď a viz. 8 I pohleděl jsem, a aj, kůň plavý, a toho, kterýž seděl na něm, jméno smrt, a peklo šlo za ním. I dána jest jim moc nad čtvrtým dílem země, aby mordovali mečem, a hladem, a morem, a šelmami zemskými. 9 A když otevřel pečet pátou, viděl jsem pod oltářem duše zmordovaných pro slovo Boží a pro svědectví, kteréž vydávali. 10 I volali hlasem velikým, řkouce: Až dokud, Pane svatý a pravý, nesoudíš a nemstíš krve naší nad těmi, kteříž přebývají na zemi? 11 Tedy dáno jednomu každému z nich roucho bílé, a řečeno jest jim, aby odpočívali ještě za malý čas, až by se naplnil počet spoluslužebníků jejich a bratří jejich, kteříž zmordováni býti mají, jako i oni. 12 I pohleděl jsem, když otevřel pečet šestou, a aj, země třesení veliké stalo se, a slunce učiněno jest černé jako pytel žíněný, a měsíc všecken byl jako krev. 13 A hvězdy nebeské padaly na zemi, podobně jako dřevo fíkové smítá s sebe ovoce své, když od velikého větru kláceno bývá. 14 A nebe se schovalo jako knihy zavřené, a všeliká hora i ostrovové z místa svého pohnuli se. 15 A králové země, i knížata, i bohatí, a úředníci, a mocní, i každý služebník, i všeliký svobodný, skryli se v jeskyních a v skalí hor, 16 A řekli horám a skalí: Padněte na nás a skrejte nás před tváří toho, jenž sedí na trůnu, a před hněvem Beránka. 17 Nebť jest přišel den veliký hněvu jeho. I kdo bude moci ostáti?
teachmehowtodoge
teachmehowtodoge - 3 hours ago
Young person: nah I don’t worry about the coronavirus.. Sees the news about a 5 year old dying from the virus. Young person: ok I’m staying at home.. Lol.
Lester Honori
Lester Honori - 3 hours ago
That 1 billion dollar cannot do anything if its just promise..
Murphy Han
Murphy Han - 3 hours ago
🙏🙏🙏 deepest condolence... lets everyone of us do our part. Government and the medical teams alone can not fight this. We all need to work together. God help us all. Stay safe.
James Warman
James Warman - 3 hours ago
Thanks for giving the queens speech before she did, bet she feels like she dodged a bullet there! 😂🤢🇬🇧
miro malah
miro malah - 3 hours ago
Bible Kralická1 Ten, kdož v skrýši Nejvyššího přebývá, v stínu Všemohoucího odpočívati bude. 2 Dím Hospodinu: Útočiště mé a hrad můj, Bůh můj, v němž naději skládati budu. 3 Onť zajisté vysvobodí tě z osídla lovce, a od nejjedovatějšího nakažení morního. 4 Brky svými přikryje tě, a pod křídly jeho bezpečen budeš; místo štítu a pavézy budeš míti pravdu jeho. 5 Nebudeš se báti přístrachu nočního, ani střely létající ve dne. 6 Ani nakažení morního, vlekoucího se v mrákotě, ani povětří morního, v polední čas hubícího. 7 Padne jich po boku tvém tisíc, a deset tisíců po pravici tvé, ale k tobě se to nepřiblíží. 8 Očima toliko svýma to spatříš, a odplatě bezbožných se podíváš. 9 Poněvadž jsi Hospodina, kterýž útočiště mé jest, a Nejvyššího za svůj příbytek položil, 10 Nepřihodí se tobě nic zlého, aniž se přiblíží jaká rána k stánku tvému. 11 Nebo andělům svým přikázal o tobě, aby tě ostříhali na všech cestách tvých. 12 Na rukou ponesou tě, abys neurazil o kámen nohy své. 13 Po lvu a bazališku choditi budeš, a pošlapáš lvíče i draka. 14 Poněvadž mne, dí Bůh, zamiloval, vysvobodím jej, a vyvýším; nebo poznal jméno mé. 15 Vzývati mne bude, a vyslyším jej; já s ním budu v ssoužení, vytrhnu a oslavím jej. 16 Dlouhostí dnů jej nasytím, a ukáži jemu spasení své.
Mistress Mars
Mistress Mars - 3 hours ago
So much misinformation here....it is nothing like LSD, which is completely synthetic and has proven to have lasting side effects. Clinical research shows no lasting side effects from peyote. I'm a proponent of drug nurse, I'm a nurse. But I think you have to tell the truth. It's illegal in the US...legal in Europe and you can grow it in your garden as an ornamental in Australia.
ann hodges
ann hodges - 3 hours ago
Why does it make it sound like anyone with 'underlying health conditions' don't matter? They are someones loved one..and are not here anymore. Also why oh why are people entering the country NOT going into isolation for at least 14 days when returning from ANYWHERE? especially hotspots..this makes everyone angry.
Mark Reynolds
Mark Reynolds - 3 hours ago
He is so dull and boring, and if the rumours are correct hes bringing back even duller and ex leader Ed Milliband. Bring back Diane Abbott now, at least you got a laugh when she was interviewed.
Afro Dizzyyak
Afro Dizzyyak - 3 hours ago
Did you see it for yourself or did you hear it on the bbc?