Woman is greeted with cheers from doctors and nurses as she leaves intensive care

WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS? What is the coronavirus? A coronavirus is a type of virus which can cause illness in animals and people. Viruses break into cells inside their host and use them to reproduce itself and disrupt the body’s normal functions. Coronaviruses are named after the Latin word ‘corona’, which means … Read more

Consumers face losing THOUSANDS amid travel protections breakdown due to coronavirus says Which?

Which? is warning that urgent action is needed to protect travellers who face losing large sums of money amid a breakdown of the travel protections system. The consumer champion says it has been inundated with messages and requests for help from people who face losing thousands of pounds, with some airlines and package travel providers … Read more

Tips for small businesses to survive the coronavirus outbreak

Enterprise Nation’s Emma Jones shares her tips for small businesses on how to best to weather the coronavirus storm Small business founders could be forgiven for diving back under the covers, says Enterprise Nation’s Emma Jones. But while we shouldn’t underestimate the collateral damage the coronavirus will inflict on our economy, if we keep on … Read more

Kim Kardashian claims Taylor Swift ‘is actually lying’ about THAT phone call

West: [To someone outside room.] Lock that door and then stand on the other side of it until I knock for you … No, lock the doors up. West: [Resuming a conversation in progress with Swift, her end initially unintelligible.] …old school s***, yeah. I’m doing great. I feel so awesome about the music. The … Read more

High temperatures and humidity can ‘significantly’ slow the spread of coronavirus

Rising temperatures and humidity levels will likely slow the spread of coronavirus around the globe, a new study suggests – but changing weather can’t stop the disease alone.  As the weather grew warmer and more humid in 100 Chinese cities researchers at Beihang University and Tsinghua University found that the transmission rate of COVID-19 fell.  … Read more

More than 100 people die of coronavirus in one day in America for the first time

The US coronavirus toll surpassed 500 on Monday as the total number of cases went past 41,000 and fifteen states went into various forms of lock-down.  The death toll from the virus in America is now 554, a sharp rise of more than 100 people in one day. Experts say the spike is yet to … Read more

Man discovered fiancé cheated when he was put in isolation with his lover over suspected coronavirus

A heartbroken Brit has discovered his fiancé cheated less than a fortnight before their wedding after he was put in isolation with his lover over fears they both have coronavirus. Shocked teacher Matt Hillier, 28, from Warrington in Cheshire, was due to marry Brazilian doctor Octavio Santos on April 1 and had flown to Belo Horizonte … Read more

The 40 parts of your car to clean to kill germs

The 40 parts of your car harbouring the most germs: Toyota details which areas need to be cleaned during the coronavirus pandemic Motorists need to pay particular attention to 40 areas of their car if they use it Toyota UK’s professional vehicle detailer gives his top tips for what to do Seatbelts identified as one … Read more

Olivia Attwood wows in racy pink lace lingerie as she enjoys some indoor sunshine

She shot to fame during a summer on Love Island. And Olivia Attwood did her best to find the sunshine during another day in self isolation on Monday, sharing a sizzling Instagram snap. The Love Island 2017 favourite slipped into some racy pink lace lingerie for her latest social media treat, after hitting out at … Read more

China’s Hubei province to remove travel bans starting tomorrow

A two-month lockdown of 50million people in China’s Hubei province – ground zero for the coronavirus outbreak – will be lifted this week, the government has said.  People who have a ‘green’ health certificate – meaning they have tested negative for the virus – will be allowed to leave the province from midnight on March … Read more