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Coronavirus patients more likely to die may have ventilators taken away
Coronavirus patients may have life-saving treatment withdrawn if others with the virus are more likely to survive, according to new guidance issued to UK doctors.
Coronavirus: NHS nurse who died 'would still be alive if given proper protective equipment'
An NHS nurse who died after contracting coronavirus would still be alive today if he had been given proper protective equipment, his family believe.
Coronavirus: Mother who gave birth alone praises NHS for 'positive experience'
A mother who gave birth alone during the coronavirus pandemic has praised NHS staff for taking "excellent" care of her under challenging circumstances.
Clap for our Carers: 'Give your kids pans, let's make a bigger racket than last week'
Britain will once again unite to clap the NHS workers on the frontline of the battle against coronavirus - same time, same place.
Coronavirus: British Airways nears deal to suspend 36,000 staff
British Airways is nearing agreement with unions on a deal to suspend 36,000 cabin crew, ground staff and engineers due to the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus: 'Sub-standard' protective equipment leaves paramedics 'vulnerable'
A paramedic is concerned he is unwittingly spreading coronavirus between patients because of a lack of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Coronavirus: Calls for some prisoners to be released early to deal with outbreak
Some prisoners should be released early to help overcrowded prisons deal with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, according to the former chief inspector of prisons.
Coronavirus: 3,000 reservists called up to join Ministry of Defence's response
Britain is calling up 3,000 reservists for a six-month mobilisation to help in the fight against coronavirus and is putting their civilian employers on notice.
Coronavirus: Can we trust the data?
Barely a day goes by in the lifecycle of the coronavirus pandemic without a new model or analytical tool aiming to chart the spread or predict the outcome.
Coronavirus: 563 more COVID-19 deaths in UK as Boris Johnson admits more testing is needed
Another 563 people have died in the UK after contracting coronavirus - bringing the total number of deaths to 2,352 - as Boris Johnson admitted the UK needs to "massively ramp up" testing for the virus.