A year to the day since Boris Johnson first put the country under lockdown to slow the fast-spreading coronavirus, Britain paused to remember those who have died after contracting COVID-19 and reflect on a 12-month period that has turned life upside down.
Coronavirus Global Roundup, April 10: Recovered patients test positive in South Korea, ceasefire in Yemen, WHO warns that African cases will rise
There are now over 1.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world. Over 97,000 people have lost their lives, and around 364,000 have recovered.
'More families will lose their loved ones': Boris Johnson warns people that coronavirus will spread further as UK predicts 10,000 confirmed cases
Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned on Thursday that many more families would see their loved ones die from coronavirus, as the government’s chief scientific adviser said Britain likely has as many as 10,000 people infected.