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Boris Johnson urges Britons to avoid non-essential social contact, the search for a vaccine reaches a new stage and we ask why schools remain open.
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The Chancellor throws British businesses a lifeline, a warning against non-essential travel out of the UK and coping with Coronavirus anxiety.
Boris Johnson announces school closures, a warning over Coronavirus scams and a GP answers listeners' questions.
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The Prime Minister strikes a positive tone, as Italy's death toll overtakes China's, we ask if China is out of the woods, and our top television picks whilst you're self-isolating.
A UK lockdown, fresh hopes of a cure and we look into the psychology behind stockpiling.
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The UK’s biggest crackdown yet, stark figures from the World Health Organisation and how our commutes might never return to normal.
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The UK records its highest number of deaths in one day, the Olympics are postponed and how quickly could a vaccine be mass produced?
A step towards tests that show if you’ve ever had the virus, why Covid-19 is causing new levels of uncertainty for cancer patients and advice for couples on staying together while you're forced to stay together.
The US death toll tops one thousand, the Chancellor announces unprecedented measures to help the UK’s self-employed and advice for staying calm over the crisis.
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