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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson ‘in good spirits’ and is stable in hospital

[ad_1] Image copyright PA Media Boris Johnson is "in good spirits" after spending the night in intensive care being treated for coronavirus, according to a No 10 spokesmanHe said the prime minister, 55, was stable overnight and is being given oxygen - and was not on a ventilator. It comes as Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove became the latest politician to self-isolate after a family member showed symptoms.Mr Gove said
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Coronavirus: Virtual wedding surprise celebration for doctors

[ad_1] Zoe Davies and Tom Jackson are one of many couples who have had their wedding cancelled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.But their friends and family weren't going to let the virus get in the way of celebrating. The groom's brother organised a surprise virtual wedding party for the two doctors instead.Over 50 households tuned in to wish the couple luck: singing songs, readings poems and prayers, and
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Coronavirus: Mayor apologises for PM ‘deserves this’ comments

[ad_1] Image copyright Amber Valley Borough Council Image caption Sheila Oakes admitted she "made a mistake" A town mayor has apologised for saying Prime Minister Boris Johnson "completely deserves this" after he was admitted to intensive care.Sheila Oakes, a Labour councillor and mayor of Heanor, in Derbyshire, made the comments below a Facebook post about the news.Ms Oakes' local Labour party leader said he was "appalled" and said there would
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Coronavirus: Nurses’ Wetherspoon’s parking fines overturned

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Parking fines were issued after nurses were told they could park free of charge Nurses who were given parking fines for using a car park of a pub near the hospital where they worked will now have their penalties cancelled. The staff from Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield were told they could park at the Francis Newton pub, a Wetherspoon's closed amid the Covid-19
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Darwen boy gives Easter eggs to medics after Dad’s death

[ad_1] Image copyright Family handout Image caption Kelvin Baker used money from his savings jar to treat medical staff A four-year-old boy has spent money from his savings jar on Easter eggs to say "thank you" to medical staff who tried to save his father's life. Kelvin Baker suffered serious injuries in a car crash in December in Bolton. Despite the efforts of paramedics and hospital staff, the 35-year-old, of
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Coronavirus: Police called to Streetly funeral

[ad_1] Image copyright Google Image caption Walsall Council is limiting mourners at a funeral to 10 people during the coronavirus crisis Police were called to a funeral after about 60 people attended, ignoring coronavirus lockdown measures. Dozens of mourners attended the service at Streetly Crematorium, in the West Midlands, on Saturday, the Local Democracy Reporting Service said.West Midlands Police said people were encouraged to disperse but failed to do so
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Coronavirus: Welsh employers told to keep staff two metres apart

[ad_1] Image copyright PA Media Image caption The first minister said the new rules were not an "absolute ban" All employers in Wales will be told to keep workers two metres (6ft) apart from Tuesday.Companies are being asked to take "reasonable measures" to ensure the health of staff.But the new Welsh Government rules will not amount to a complete ban on workers being closer than the social distancing guidelines.Ministers believe