Coronavirus: Queen tells UK 'we will succeed' in fight
In a rare address, the monarch says the UK "should take comfort that while we may have more still to endure, better days will return".
France's death toll slows but coronavirus still hits hard
France's daily death toll from the novel coronavirus fell in the past 24 hours and admissions into intensive care also slowed, the health ministry said on Sunday, thanking citizens for largely respecting a lockdown to halt the spread of the virus.
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Queen addresses the UK over coronavirus crisis – watch in full
The Queen has praised Britain’s 'national spirit' in facing the challenge of coronavirus as she evoked wartime memories to reassure those 'feeling a painful sense of separation from their loved ones' to take comfort in the fact: 'We will meet again.' 'We will meet again': Queen urges Britons to stay strong Continue reading...
UK govt warns of tougher measures on social distancing
Britain's Health Secretary Matt Hancock on Sunday warned the government could ban outside exercise if people flout stringent guidelines to cut the spread of coronavirus infections. Warmer weekend weather has stoked fears that Britons could congregate in parks and open spaces, potentially increasing transmission, as the country goes into a third week of lockdown.
Amid coronavirus outbreak, Pope Francis celebrates Palm Sunday Mass without the public
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis celebrated Palm Sunday Mass without the public after the ceremony in St. Peter's Square was scrapped.
Woman who stole $5M requests prison release amid pandemic
A Rhode Island woman who stole nearly $5 million from close friends and family is requesting that she be released from prison to home confinement until the coronavirus pandemic "has subsided," according to court filings.
New York surgeon writes haunting letter about rationing care for patients who don’t have the coronavirus
Immunity, Personal Responsibility, Universal Ban: Countries With Alternative Approaches to COVID-19
Although the rapid rise of coronavirus infections appears to have eased in recent days, the death toll keeps growing. According to the latest estimates, more than 1,200,600 people have contracted the disease, while more than 64,000 have died from it.
1.3 Bln Indians Turn On Lights Outside Homes on PM Modi’s Call to Show Solidarity to Defeat COVID-19
New Delhi (Sputnik): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, 3 April called on citizens of the country to light a lamp outside their homes to symbolically show common resolve to fight COVID-19. This was required to experience the “collective strength” of the entire country, Modi said in a message.
Pope sends message to young people during crisis
During a Palm Sunday mass held in a deserted church, Pope Francis has told young people on Sunday not to be afraid to put their lives on the line for others during the coronavirus pandemic.
Number of daily coronavirus deaths in Spain continues 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.
Carmit's sales rise by 15.6%
This year, the company completed the establishment of a plant in Barkan for made-in-Israel Carmit products. ;
How long does immunity last?
Some countries are considering issuing 'immunity passports' for those who have recovered from the coronavirus.
Esper defends firing of Navy ship captain over virus warning
Defense Secretary Mark Esper is defending the firing of a Navy captain who sought help for sailors on his aircraft carrier amid a growing coronavirus outbreak as a case of holding leaders “accountable.”
The Queen reassures Britain of victory over coronavirus. The Health secretary begs Britons to stop sunbathing.
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