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Practices in England can reopen from Monday, but many say they will not be ready.
Stores around the world have been forced to shut their doors due to the virus pandemic.
The app will "be running as soon as we think it is robust", a government minister says.
The drugs giant says it can double the production of a potential vaccine after backing by Bill Gates.
The 18-part series will be recorded from the fictional Norwich-based broadcaster's shed.
Though medical staff are in the Covid-19 firing line, there has been a surge of interest in healthcare as a career.
The British Medical Association says coverings should be compulsory wherever distancing is impossible.
China is hitting back at the US for supporting Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrations last year.
A 2018 MERS outbreak exercise in Scotland revealed concerns over protective gear, the BBC learns.
The brother of a man caught up in the Windrush scandal has written a BBC drama about his ordeal.
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission says the virus has "laid bare" racial disparities.
The venue's first concert since lockdown will take place on 13 June, conducted by Antonio Pappano.
The backlog for care is putting people's lives at risk, says the British Heart Foundation.
Why poorer people are more likely to catch - and die from - Covid-19.
Members of the Association of Photographers select a picture that kick-started their career.
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
Thousands sign a petition and use the hashtag #WeAreTired to protest against recent rapes and killings.
All the background that helps explain why these protests are happening, and why now.
Scientists want people to send them recordings of their wildlife experiences under the lockdown.
A top climate scientist has called for more investment in climate computing.