Government coronavirus advisor warns the next two weeks will be ‘very difficult’

One of the government’s top coronavirus advisors said the UK’s epidemic will get worse before it gets better but the peak of it could pass by Easter.  Professor Neil Ferguson added that around a third of people dying from the disease could be considered healthy. But he thinks the NHS will now be able to … Read more

Indians are warned they could be SHOT if they defy coronavirus lockdown

Indians have been warned they could be shot if they defy the coronavirus lockdown with thousands queuing for food today despite social distancing advice.   Three more people died overnight as the health ministry said the number of cases had risen to 649, including 13 dead. But despite the populace of 1.3billion being told to stay … Read more

The property market where people can’t leave the house?

SIMON LAMBERT: How do you deal with a property market where people aren’t allowed to leave the house? By Simon Lambert for Thisismoney.co.uk Published: 09:44 GMT, 26 March 2020 | Updated: 09:44 GMT, 26 March 2020 How do you deal with a property market where people aren’t even allowed to leave home, let alone go … Read more

Coronavirus symptom tracking app hits one million downloads in less than 48 hours 

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 crown, because they are encased by a … Read more

Former England and Chelsea star Joe Cole says being teacher to his kids is ‘tough’

Joe Cole has admitted being a teacher to his kids is ‘tough’ as he learns to homeschool them during the coronavirus lockdown. The former England and Chelsea star, 38, urged the country to get behind our NHS staff who are working tirelessly to treat those who have contracted the virus, after donating £25,000 to fundraiser … Read more

Coronavirus test confusion as No 10 admits it has no idea if they work

The Government has admitted it has no idea if the 3.5million antibody tests it has ordered work – despite a senior official saying they would available in Boots within days. Professor Sharon Peacock, director of Public Health England’s National Infection Service, yesterday told MPs the home-testing kits could get clearance and start being distributed for use … Read more

Government coronavirus advisor warns the next two weeks will be ‘very difficult’

Government coronavirus advisors say crisis will be ‘over by Easter’ but warn the next two weeks will see a ‘continuous tsunami of cases’ – as they warn a THIRD of deaths are ‘healthy people’ Professor Neil Ferguson, from Imperial College London, gave the warning He said around two in three fatalities were likely already dying … Read more

Mummy Diaries fans are baffled as Sam leaves just a week to apply for Paul’s school

‘How is she so clueless?’ Mummy Diaries fans are baffled as Sam leaves just a week to apply for Paul’s school… as she admits to being ‘naive and in a bubble’ around the deadline By Ciara Farmer For Mailonline Published: 09:37 GMT, 26 March 2020 | Updated: 09:37 GMT, 26 March 2020 Mummy Diaries viewers … Read more

Indians are warned they could be SHOT if they defy coronavirus lockdown

Indians have been warned they could be shot if they defy the coronavirus lockdown with thousands queuing for food today despite social distancing advice.   Three more people died overnight as the health ministry said the number of cases had risen to 649, including 13 dead. But despite the populace of 1.3billion being told to stay … Read more

Germany sees number of coronavirus deaths rise by a third

Germany’s coronavirus death toll has risen by a third in 24 hours, but the mortality rate remains low at 0.5 per cent, the latest figures revealed today.  The Robert Koch health institute today reported 49 new deaths in Germany, taking the total from 149 to 198.  The total number of infections increased by 15.7 per … Read more