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Coronavirus: Questions over how testing pledge will be met
Labour calls for detail on how the government will increase coronavirus testing ten-fold by the end of April.
Clap for Carers: UK applauds NHS staff and key workers
A second "Clap for Carers" tribute saw the country salute NHS staff and other key workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Morning update
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this morning.
MI6: World War Two workers in rare 'forbidden' footage
Rare footage is released of workers at MI6 during WW2 which has never been seen by the public before.
Coronavirus: Emergency business loan scheme revamped after criticism
Firms have made more than 130,000 loan enquires, but fewer than 1,000 had been approved.
Coronavirus: Confirmed global cases pass one million
The number of cases has doubled in less than a week, according to the latest figures.
Government bails out bus firms to keep routes open
A £167m fund will cover the losses of bus companies to keep essential services running for key workers.
Coronavirus: Dressing up for bin night 'brings a smile' in Australia
Australians are having fun with fancy dress videos, bringing some relief to the stresses of lockdown.
How Trump's attitude toward coronavirus has shifted
Since the start of the year, how has President Trump's attitude towards coronavirus changed?
Coronavirus: US Navy removes Captain Brett Crozier who raised alarm
Capt Brett Crozier had pleaded for quarantine to prevent deaths aboard a US aircraft carrier.
Coronavirus: Google reveals travel habits during the pandemic
It will regularly provide updates as to what types of places people are going to during the outbreak.
The Papers: Test pledge as government admits to virus mistakes
The government's pledge to increase testing to 100,000 a day by the end of month dominates the front pages.
‘I just had a baby - now I’m going to the frontline’
A nurse in NYC ended her maternity leave early to help her colleagues on the frontline.
Coronavirus: How NHS Nightingale was built in just nine days
How London's ExCel centre was transformed into a hospital to treat coronavirus patients.
The staff battling coronavirus in a Barcelona ICU
The head of the intensive care unit at one of Spain's biggest hospitals show us what staff are facing.
Coronavirus: Thousands of landlords offer free homes to NHS workers
Schemes help hospital workers who have been forced to relocate or isolate from their families.
Quiz of the week: Who joined James Corden's lockdown show?
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
Coronavirus: Shoppers face 'essential items' confusion
The government says you should only shop for "basic necessities" - but what does that actually mean?
BBC radio stars lead the nation in a mass singalong
Five BBC stations joined forces to get the country singing to Prince and Florence + The Machine.
Why Anne Tyler won't be writing about the coronavirus
One of America's greatest living writers says it would be "wrongheaded" to mention the virus in a book.
Coronavirus: Expert panel to assess face mask use by public
Experts are set to assess the value of face masks in helping slow the spread of coronavirus.
The Coronavirus Newscast: 'It's a heck of a target'
The BBC’s Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg looks at the government's aim for 100,000 coronavirus tests a day by May.
Coronavirus: Photos show deserted lockdown locations at high noon
Photographers around the world have taken pictures showing lockdown locations with a running theme.
Coronavirus career pivots: 'I now work in a supermarket'
An actress and a commercial sales leader talk about making the switch to working in a supermarket.
Dua Lipa interview: How I released an album from lockdown
The pop star dreamt up her new album in Las Vegas, but she's releasing it from an Airbnb in London.
Presenter chooses poetic tribute to NHS
BBC presenter Sophie Raworth reads These Are The Hands by Michael Rosen.
Coronavirus: More health myths to ignore
Lemon juice and other misleading health advice being shared online.
Coronavirus: Keeping Chelsea Pensioners safe
The Chelsea Pensioners are among the UK's most famous war veterans, and life for them under coronavirus is now very different.
Coronavirus: Volunteers help protect NHS workers
The army of volunteers making essential supplies for NHS workers fighting Covid-19.
Coronavirus: Where will be the last place to catch Covid-19?
Some places are yet to record a case - but what will they do if and when it arrives?
Coronavirus: What does it mean if I've been furloughed by work?
Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.
Coronavirus doctor's diary: Making rapid life-and-death decisions
Covid-19 cases have been filling wards at Bradford Royal Infirmary, and leaving staff with tough decisions to make.
Coronavirus: Can I still walk my dog? And other questions
How many times can I walk my dog, how safe are groceries, can I have a birthing partner, and other questions answered.
Virus threatens next generation of smartphones
The latest smartphones might be delayed due to disrupted supply chains and shoppers staying at home.
Coronavirus: A US tourist town telling visitors to stay away
Its state slogan is "live free or die" - but locals now fear being overwhelmed by tourists.
Coronavirus: Where has all the hand sanitiser gone?
Shelves all over the world are empty - it turns out more alcohol is needed, to ramp up production.
Coronavirus: Meet the ex-NHS staff who are returning to work
Thousands of ex-NHS staff have returned to work to help fight coronavirus after a government appeal.
Coronavirus: BA reaches deal to suspend thousands of workers
The airline will temporarily suspend more than 30,000 of its workers after reaching a deal with unions.
Recovering from coronavirus: Three harrowing stories of surviving Covid-19
We have spoken to three people who were hospitalised after contracting coronavirus.
Premier League restart date to be pushed back
The restart date for the Premier League will be pushed back on Friday when all 20 clubs meet to discuss the future of the season.
Top-flight footballers should take pay cut, says health secretary Hancock
The "first thing" Premier League footballers can do is "take a pay cut and play their part" to help out during the coronavirus pandemic, says health secretary Matt Hancock.
BBC Sport's five things to do today
Our team give you something to read, watch, try, listen and take - all in one place.
Ireland international and A&E doctor McLaughlin on life on the coronavirus frontline
Ireland rugby player Claire McLaughlin is among the health service heroes putting their lives on the line in the battle with coronavirus.
MOTDx: Callum Hudson Odoi on recovery, Tiger King and Sancho's Fifa
Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi tells MOTDx's Josh Denzel about his recovery from coronavirus and how he's living his life in isolation.
Coronavirus: Are we getting closer to a vaccine or drug?
We answer some of the big questions about vaccines and how long one for coronavirus could take.
Coronavirus: Why does testing matter?
What is the test for coronavirus and can I get one?
Coronavirus symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?
The virus is spreading around the world, but what is it and what are the symptoms?
Coronavirus: What are social distancing and self-isolation?
Everybody should be avoiding non-essential contact, and you should stay at home wherever possible.
Coronavirus: What it does to the body
What is it like to have the coronavirus, how will it affect you and how is it treated?
Coronavirus in UK: How many confirmed cases are there in your area?
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
What is the coronavirus?
Everything you need to know about the coronavirus – explained in just one minute.
Coronavirus information: What should I do?
Step-by-step, what to do to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Coronavirus: A visual guide to the pandemic
Key charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread and how it is being dealt with.
Coronavirus: How to wash your hands - in 20 seconds
Dr Adele McCormick from the University of Westminster demonstrates how to wash your hands.
Coronavirus update: Why does staying at home help?
After Boris Johnson brings in new measures, the BBC explains why staying in is a matter of life and death.
Coronavirus: 'I'm begging you, please be careful'
A woman being treated for coronavirus has made an appeal for people to stay home.
Coronavirus: When will the outbreak end and life get back to normal?
The huge challenge the world faces to find an exit strategy to end the lockdowns and return to normal.
Coronavirus death rate: What are the chances of dying?
The current best guess of a 1% death rate does not apply to everyone.
The workers braving coronavirus
From supermarkets to warehouses to pharmacies, these are the people keeping things running.
Coronavirus: More myths to ignore
Reality Check tackles misleading health advice being shared online.
The volunteer army helping self-isolating neighbours
The coronavirus outbreak has left many feeling trapped indoors, but for some help may not be far away.
Coronavirus: 'How I'm coping with self-isolation'
With the impact that coronavirus is having on our daily lives, people are finding new ways to fill their free time.
Coronavirus: The rough sleepers who can't self-isolate
With soup kitchens closing and hostels 'like a Petri dish', homeless people are scared about the future.
My disabled son’s amazing gaming life in the World of Warcraft
Robert and Trude thought their son Mats lived a lonely life, but they discovered this was far from true.
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