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They will provide hundreds of meals for workers and their families over the coming months.
A woman being treated for coronavirus has made an appeal for people to stay home.
The current best guess of a 1% death rate does not apply to everyone.
After Boris Johnson brings in new measures, the BBC explains why staying in is a matter of life and death.
The huge challenge the world faces to find an exit strategy to end the lockdowns and return to normal.
It now seems almost certain that Tokyo 2020 will be postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world, BBC Sport takes a closer look.
The government faces massive challenges, but each of us is wrestling with a personal set of dilemmas too.
As schools closed, millions of parents became instant homeschoolers. What happened on day one?
The 84-year-old was widowed a few weeks ago, her family says.
From supermarkets to warehouses to pharmacies, these are the people keeping things running.
The coronavirus outbreak has left many feeling trapped indoors, but for some help may not be far away.
Reality Check tackles misleading health advice being shared online.
An army of volunteers joins Mutual Aid groups to help the vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis.
With the impact that coronavirus is having on our daily lives, people are finding new ways to fill their free time.
With soup kitchens closing and hostels 'like a Petri dish', homeless people are scared about the future.
Workers lost their jobs face months of uncertainty, as supermarkets embark on a hiring spree.