Mounted police warned members of the public to heed coronavirus restrictions or face being fined.
The Health Secretary warned that the number could well be higher than 19.
Soldier Phill Moxey and twin Paul, a surgeon, have played a role in London’s temporary NHS Nightingale hospital.
Albert Chambers is now ‘fit and well’ after his ordeal, officials said.
First South West Buses have been criticised for providing flexible plastic sheets to protect drivers from risk of infection.
The Duchess of Cornwall is an avid reader who supports a number of literary organisations.
Boris Johnson has also been keeping himself occupied with films and Sudoku while he recovers.
The video urges people to use the ‘silent solution’ when calling the police.
The District Councils’ Network said communities reliant on tourism are anticipating ‘plummeting’ visitor numbers.
The Royal College of Nursing dismissed any suggestions that healthcare staff were ‘abusing or overusing’ PPE.
The PA news agency looks at activities to try when the lockdown ends, from skydiving to outdoor swimming.
The Duke of Cambridge was due to be at the Kirk’s General Assembly next month having been appointed Lord High Commissioner by the Queen in January.
School staff on the front line are calling for protective equipment amid the Covid-19 crisis to protect their families.
The median average distance people are travelling from home to use a debit card is down 57% from 3.7km last year to 1.6km, Lloyds Bank said.
The papers include pleas for the public to stay indoors during Easter and warnings over how long Britons will need to practice social distancing.
People have been asked not to congregate in parks and beaches as the outbreak enters a ‘dangerous phase’.
Matt Hancock said the Easter weekend will be a ‘test of the nation’s resolve’.
Two more Nightingale hospitals are to be opened in Sunderland and Exeter.
The new facilities will open on Wearside and in Exeter.
The deputy chief scientific adviser said it is ‘premature’ to start lifting the lockdown as UK hospital deaths rose by 980.
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