Acting UK PM: Boris Johnson ‘breathing without any assistance’ | AFP

Dominic Raab, the British Foreign Secretary who has been delegated to act as acting Prime Minister by Boris Johnson while he is treated in intensive care for coronavirus, says Johnson ‘remained stable overnight’ and is ‘breathing without any assistance’. SOUNDBITE from Dominic Raab

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Coronavirus: Deserted streets of Glasgow | AFP

Images show the deserted streets of Scotland’s most populous city as the UK battles the coronavirus outbreak. The pandemic’s relentless death march across the planet has already claimed more than 73,000 victims out of 1.32 million confirmed cases, with warnings that much worse is yet to come. IMAGES

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Coronavirus: St Thomas’ Hospital where UK PM Boris Johnson is in ICU | AFP

Images show the scene outside St Thomas’ Hospital in London where British Prime minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care. Johnson spent the night in the ICU with a deteriorating case of coronavirus and has been given oxygen but is not on a ventilator, according to a government minister. IMAGES

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Here’s the latest for Monday April 6th: NY Governor says steep rise in coronavirus deaths leveling off; European countries continue to grapple with outbreak; UK outbreak worsening, PM Boris Johnson in hospital; Zoo-cams surge in popularity.

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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson is taken into intensive care — 6th April | AFP

Millions of people in India lit lamps and candles for nine minutes answering PM Narendra Modi’s call to “defeat the deep darkness”of the coronavirus crisis during the country’s second week of lockdown. In a broadcast address on Sunday, Queen Elizabeth II reassured Britons: “Together we are tackling this disease, and I want to reassure you that if we remain united and resolute, then we will overcome it.” It is only her fourth address at a time of crisis in her 68-year reign. And on Monday night, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was taken into intensive care after being hospitalised with “persistent symptoms” of coronavirus. The latest news on the pandemic from around the world.

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US facing tough weeks in fight against virus; Sweden’s virus strategy under scrutiny; UK clothes factory pivots to making PPE; Pope warns against profitting from pandemic (April 4)

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Coronavirus: More than 500 deaths in one day in the UK | AFP

British Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Alok Sharma says that 563 people have died from coronavirus in the UK in one day, a new record marking a clear acceleration of the pandemic and bringing the death toll to 2,352, up 563 on the previous day. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Health Secretary Matt Hancock and the heir to the throne, Prince Charles, have all tested positive for COVID-19.

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UK: RAF deploy helicopters to help in coronavirus crisis | AFP

RAF Puma helicopters arrive in Scotland to help in the COVID-19 crisis. Britain reported a record daily coronavirus toll of 381 on Tuesday, more than double the number of nationwide deaths posted in the previous 24 hours. IMAGES

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Goats roam UK streets while virus keeps humans home

While people in the UK were under a strict lockdown in their homes on Monday, a group of goats took advantage of the peace and quiet and started roaming the empty streets. (March 31)

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REPLAY – 30 March​: Downing Street daily​ coronavirus briefing | AFP

UK Government Chief Scientific Adviser Patrick Vallance, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and Public Health England Medical Director Yvonne Doyle deliver the daily coronavirus briefing to update the population on the latest developments.

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Coronavirus: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive — 27th March | AFP

More than half a million people around the world have now contracted COVID-19. Amongst them is British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who today made the shocking announcement that he has tested positive for the virus. Meanwhile, Italy has recorded almost 1,000 deaths, the highest daily number of any country since the start of the pandemic.

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UK: PM has coronavirus but continues to lead government response (Gove) | AFP

British Minister for the Cabinet Office Michael Gove speaks at the daily government briefing on COVID-19 as Prime Minister Boris Johnson self-isolates after testing positive for the virus.

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UK PM Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday he had tested positive for the new coronavirus. (March 27)

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REPLAY – 26 March​: Downing Street daily​ coronavirus briefing | AFP

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak and UK Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jenny Harries deliver the daily coronavirus briefing to update the population on the latest developments.

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Coronavirus: Over 400,000 volunteers sign up to help UK NHS | AFP

Speaking at Downing Street’s daily coronavirus briefing, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says that over 400,000 people have signed up to be National Health Service volunteers within just 24 hours of an appeal being launched. Volunteers will deliver medecine and check up on patients by phone, amongst other duties. SOUNDBITE

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UK to open 4,000-bed virus field hospital in east London: govt | AFP

Britain is to open a 4,000-bed field hospital at London’s giant ExCeL exhibition centre as part of government plans to treat coronavirus cases, Health Secretary Matt Hancock says. SOUNDBITE

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Coronavirus: Freelance musicians worried at lack of government support | AFP

Musicians are among the many freelancers who won’t be covered by the UK government’s coronavirus wage guarantee, while many of them will be renters not helped by the mortgage holiday either. Freelance musician Clare Hoskins says it’s a ‘great concern’, while the General Secretary of the Musician’s Union says the government has “thrown self-employed workers under a bus”.

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Sevin – Another Disaster

UK based talent Sevin releases the ‘From The Archives EP’ on Fokuz Recordings.

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UK govt to cover 80% of wages of virus-hit workers: finance minister | AFP

Britain’s finance minister says the government will help cover the wages of people hit by the coronavirus outbreak by allowing companies to apply for a grant for up to 80 percent of salaries of retained workers, up to a total of £2,500 ($2,900) a month. SOUNDBITE

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