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UK halts hydroxychloroquine trial after experts find no reduction in risk of death among coronavirus patients
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UK halts hydroxychloroquine trial after experts find no reduction in risk of death among coronavirus patients

British scientists halted a major drug trial after it found that the anti-malarial hydroxychloroquine was 'useless' at treating COVID-19 patients

UK study claims minorities at higher risk of COVID-19 death than white Britons, but doesn't answer why
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UK study claims minorities at higher risk of COVID-19 death than white Britons, but doesn't answer why

The study didn't account for factors such as obesity and other conditions that increase the risk of death with COVID-19, or for the jobs done by those who died.

Coronavirus Outbreak: The Batman, Fantastic Beasts 3 among other productions likely to resume shooting as UK eases restrictions
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Coronavirus Outbreak: The Batman, Fantastic Beasts 3 among other productions likely to resume shooting as UK eases restrictions

New guidelines passed in the U.K. would officially give films like The Batman and Fantastic Beasts 3 permission to resume work once again.

Britain's COVID-19 toll crosses 30,000 mark as authorities begin trial of contact tracing app to contain spread of coronavirus
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Britain's COVID-19 toll crosses 30,000 mark as authorities begin trial of contact tracing app to contain spread of coronavirus

Britain on Tuesday became the first country in Europe to confirm more than 30,000 coronavirus deaths, and infections rose sharply again in Russia, even as other nations made great strides in containing the scourge

Coronavirus Outbreak: Boris Johnson plans to return to work as soon as Monday, reports The Telegraph
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Boris Johnson plans to return to work as soon as Monday, reports The Telegraph

Boris Johnson is facing criticism from Opposition politicians and some epidemiologists for reacting too slowly to the virus outbreak

UK was 'too slow' to tackle COVID-19 outbreak that may cause 40,000 deaths, says leading public health professor
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UK was 'too slow' to tackle COVID-19 outbreak that may cause 40,000 deaths, says leading public health professor

Prime Minister Boris Johnson initially refrained from approving the stringent controls that other European leaders imposed but then closed down the country when projections showed a quarter of a million people could die in Britain.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Foreign Secy Dominic Raab announces extension of UK lockdown for 'at least' three more weeks
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Foreign Secy Dominic Raab announces extension of UK lockdown for 'at least' three more weeks

Dominic Raab is deputising while Prime Minister Boris Johnson recuperates from COVID-19 complications that nearly cost him his life.

Coronavirus Outbreak: No plans to ease lockdown measures in the UK as total number of COVID-19 deaths reaches 11,329
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Coronavirus Outbreak: No plans to ease lockdown measures in the UK as total number of COVID-19 deaths reaches 11,329

The British death toll is the fifth highest globally and a senior scientific adviser to the government has said the country risks becoming the worst-hit in Europe

Coronavirus Outbreak: Boris Johnson discharged from hospital, won't immediately return to work
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Boris Johnson discharged from hospital, won't immediately return to work

Johnson, 55, was taken to St Thomas’ Hospital in central London on 5 April, suffering from persistent symptoms of the disease caused by the new coronavirus.

Boris Johnson admitted to hospital after reporting 'persistent' coronavirus symptoms; spokesperson calls it precautionary step
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Boris Johnson admitted to hospital after reporting 'persistent' coronavirus symptoms; spokesperson calls it precautionary step

Boris Johnson, 55, "continues to have persistent symptoms of coronavirus", a spokesperson said on Sunday.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Former England captain Nasser Hussain calls for County Championship to be scrapped rather than be a curtailed affair
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Former England captain Nasser Hussain calls for County Championship to be scrapped rather than be a curtailed affair

Former England captain Nasser Hussain feels that ECB should scrap the County Championships this season if the COVID-19 pandemic makes it a really curtailed affair.

Coronavirus Outbreak: UK COVID-19 deaths up by 27% in a day; 'deeply shocking, disturbing', says Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove
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Coronavirus Outbreak: UK COVID-19 deaths up by 27% in a day; 'deeply shocking, disturbing', says Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove

'The increase in the number of deaths is deeply shocking, disturbing, moving', Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove said at a news conference, adding that it was not possible to predict when fatalities would peak

Coronavirus Outbreak: Prince Charles tests positive for COVID-19; 71-year-old heir to UK throne self-isolating in Scotland
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Prince Charles tests positive for COVID-19; 71-year-old heir to UK throne self-isolating in Scotland

Prince Charles of the UK, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, has tested positive for coronavirus and is displaying mild symptoms of the disease

UK's coronovirus hotspot London headed for stricter lockdown; city sees 953 infections, one-third of country's total cases
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UK's coronovirus hotspot London headed for stricter lockdown; city sees 953 infections, one-third of country's total cases

The UK capital is headed for much tougher lockdown measures within days as London remains the country's coronavirus hotspot, with over a third of the UK's 2,626 confirmed cases, at 953

European Union set to impose travel restriction on foreigners entering Europe for 30 days to curb spread of coronavirus
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European Union set to impose travel restriction on foreigners entering Europe for 30 days to curb spread of coronavirus

European Union leaders agreed Tuesday to immediately impose travel restrictions on most foreigners entering Europe for at least 30 days to limit the spread of the new coronavirus, and to set up fast-track transport lanes to keep vital medical equipment, food, and goods flowing smoothly inside the bloc.

Newborn baby in London becomes youngest person to be infected with coronavirus
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Newborn baby in London becomes youngest person to be infected with coronavirus

The mother-child duo are being treated at separate hospitals with the mother being moved to a special infection hospital.

'More families will lose their loved ones': Boris Johnson warns people that coronavirus will spread further as UK predicts 10,000 confirmed cases
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'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.

Iran, Italy and South Korea account for 80% coronavirus cases outside China; Saudi bans pilgrimage to Mecca; global fatality rate at 3.4%, says WHO
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Iran, Italy and South Korea account for 80% coronavirus cases outside China; Saudi bans pilgrimage to Mecca; global fatality rate at 3.4%, says WHO

Saudi Arabia banned citizens from performing this year's Muslim pilgrimage in Mecca, Italy weighed closing schools nationwide and Iran cancelled Friday prayers for a second week as nations scrambled Wednesday to control the coronavirus outbreak