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Coronavirus: Health Secretary Matt Hancock reveals he's 'lost people' to COVID-19 as he warns outdoor exercise could be banned
Health Secretary Matt Hancock revealed he has lost two people he was "fond of" to coronavirus - as he warned the nation to obey the lockdown or face a ban on outdoor exercise.
Coronavirus: Another 621 patients die - UK total now 4,934
Another 621 hospital patients have died after contracting coronavirus - taking the UK's total to 4,934.
Coronavirus: Police warn Scottish medical chief Catherine Calderwood after holiday home visits
Scotland's chief medical officer has apologised after she visited her second house in Fife twice while advising the public to stay at home.
Coronavirus: Longleat Safari Park owner Lord Bath dies after contracting COVID-19
The eccentric owner of Longleat Safari Park, Lord Bath, has died after contracting coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Daily COVID-19 deaths in Spain, France and Italy continue to fall
The number of coronavirus deaths in Spain has fallen for the third day in a row - a glimmer of hope in the hard-hit country where more than 12,400 have died.
Coronavirus: Five things that will never be the same again because of COVID-19
While thousands of people will have lost loved ones, the biggest impact coronavirus could have is on the way millions of people behave in the future.
Coronavirus: Queen hopes crisis will prove 'this generation is as strong as any'
The Queen, in an historic televised address, will say she hopes the coronavirus crisis will show that "Britons of this generation were as strong as any" as the country responds to the challenges it faces.
Coronavirus: How and when might the COVID-19 lockdown end?
The UK is about to enter its third week in lockdown - but what will come next?
New Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer puts 'unrelenting' focus on winning next election
Labour's new leader has vowed to put an "unrelenting" focus on winning the next election.
Coronavirus: Nurses holding their breath during high-risk COVID-19 procedures, doctor claims
Nurses are being forced to hold their breath when carrying out high-risk COVID-19 procedures because they are unsure whether their masks will protect them, a top UK medic has claimed.