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Ministers have cautioned it is still too soon to begin lifting the coronavirus lockdown, after Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care undergoing treatment for the disease. The Prime Ministers condition remains “stable”, according to the latest bulletin from Downing Street issued on Tuesday evening..

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters warned of a potential £1billion loss after Football Association chairman Greg Clarke spoke of the “danger of losing clubs and leagues” during the coronavirus pandemic..

Folk singer John Prine has died at the age of 73 due to complications from coronavirus, his management has said. The singer-songwriter, one of the most influential figures in US folk and country music, had been in a critical condition after contracting Covid-19..

A motorist crashed into a metal fence while allegedly out for a drive because they were bored, creating more work for emergency services in the coronavirus lockdown..

The citizens of the Chinese city where the Covid-19 crisis began have been celebrating the end of the dark days with lockdown over..

A vicar is hoping to lift the spirits of Londoners by offering a mobile church service in response to the coronavirus crisis. “Portable priest” Pat Allerton has been visiting residential streets in the capital to deliver a prayer and play a hymn through a speaker amid mass closures of places of worship..

Cardinal George Pell welcomed Australias highest court clearing him of child sex crimes and said his trial had not been a referendum on the Catholic Churchs handling of the clergy abuse crisis..

Beaches in or near Englands marine protected areas have the same levels of litter as those in unprotected areas, new research shows. The study found “no difference” in the amount of man-made litter present inside and outside the protected areas..

China said it has recorded no deaths from the coronavirus in the last 24 hours. The country gave rise to the global pandemic and has suffered 3,331 deaths and 81,740 cases of Covid-19..

Dominic Raab will take charge of the Governments response to the coronavirus crisis after the Prime Minister was transferred to intensive care. Boris Johnson was admitted to intensive care on Monday after his Covid-19 symptoms worsened during the afternoon..