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Press Briefing with Coronavirus Task Force"

The White House: "LIVE: Press Briefing with Coronavirus Task Force" - -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

'My 98-year-old mum recovered from coronavirus'

Image caption Daphne Shah is now recovering at home with her son Wesley. When 98-year-old Daphne Shah was rushed to hospital with coronavirus, her son feared the worst - but now she is back home and on the mend. "When she left in the ambulance, I honestly never thought I'd see her again", Wesley Shah said. "They had never come across a person of nearly 99 who has recovered from the virus.". Mrs Shah tested positive for Covid-19 in Dundee's ... Full story

Coronavirus: 'Keep cats indoors', vets recommend

Veterinary scientists have recommended cat owners keep their pets indoors to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But the British Veterinary Association said "owners should not worry" about any risk of infection from their pets. "There isn't a single case of a pet dog or cat infecting a human with Covid-19," Dr Angel Almendros, from City University in Hong Kong, told BBC News. Research has shown cats may be able to catch the virus from ... Full story

Jack Dorsey creates $1B COVID-19 relief fund using Square equity – TechCrunch

Jack Dorsey announced in a series of tweets today that he is shifting $1 billion in his Square equity to create a fund dedicated to COVID-19 relief. The Twitter and Square CEO is calling the fund Start Small and posting a tally of disbursements and recipients in a public spreadsheet. Dorsey said in his announcement that the new initiative will shift the focus to other causes at some point. The first Start Small contribution listed is $100,000 ... Full story

Coronavirus: Why more rats are being spotted during quarantine

Image caption Robert Corrigan calls rats "masters of adaptation". The closure of restaurants and the retreat by humans indoors is having an effect on the eating habits and behaviour of rats, say experts. Late last month, the French Quarter in New Orleans had new swarms of visitors wandering its famous streets. Not long after the coronavirus closed bars and restaurants in the Louisiana city, rats were coming out of hiding. That more rodents were ... Full story

Pink Moon: Europe illuminated by lunar light show News

Image caption The moon is seen above Windsor Castle on Tuesday evening. Stargazers have enjoyed the emergence of what is known as a pink moon in the night skies of Europe. Despite its name, there is not any noticeable colour difference to the full moon - due to reach a peak in the UK at 03:55 BST on Wednesday. The pink supermoon name is a northern Native American reference to an early-blooming wildflower and is first seen across North America ... Full story

Jimmy Greaves: Former England, Spurs, Chelsea & West Ham striker admitted to hospital

Former England, Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham striker Jimmy Greaves is being treated in hospital for an unspecified illness. Full story

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson spends second night in intensive care

Boris Johnson is spending a second night in intensive care as he continues to receive treatment for coronavirus. The PM is being kept in intensive care at St Thomas' Hospital in London "for close monitoring", No 10 said. Mr Johnson's condition is "stable" and he remains in "good spirits", his spokesman added on Tuesday evening. Earlier, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said he was "confident" the PM would recover from this illness , describing ... Full story

Coronavirus: Mental health hotline for NHS staff

The NHS is launching a hotline to support and advise healthcare staff during the coronavirus pandemic. Volunteers from charities including Hospice UK, the Samaritans and Shout, will listen to concerns and offer psychological support. The phone line will be open between 07:00 and 23:00 every day, while the text service will be available around the clock. The phone number is 0300 131 7000 or staff can text FRONTLINE to 85258. It comes as staff ... Full story

Coronavirus: Discarded disposable gloves on the street News

Dan Giannopoulos explains what drew him to start photographing the discarded plastic gloves he found on the street as the coronavirus began to affect the way of life in the UK. Like everyone else, the coronavirus pandemic has had a massive impact on life as I knew it. As a photographer, during the beginning of the lockdown, I had thought about ways to document these surreal times from home. After spending a number of days without leaving the ... Full story

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