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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson released from coronavirus treatment
Meanwhile, fellow actor Idris Elba announces he has the virus - telling followers "no panic".
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Coronavirus: UK to unveil new financial measures to support economy
It comes after people were told to avoid "non-essential" contact and places like pubs and theatres.
Coronavirus: Stock markets continue to slide
The FTSE 100 falls a further 1% as an early rally on the market quickly runs out of steam.
Coronavirus: Europe plans full border closure in virus battle
The European Commission's president is to urge leaders to ban "non-essential" travel.
Coronavirus: Australian scientists map how immune system fights virus
Australian researchers identify four types of immune cells which present in response to Covid-19.
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Sport
Coronavirua: Diamond League meetings postponed because of outbreak
The first three meetings of the new Diamond League season are called off because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Nemanja Matic: Manchester United trigger extension in midfielder's contract
Manchester United trigger a clause to extend midfielder Nemanja Matic's contract by one year until 2021.
Coronavirus: Prime Minister advises against mass gatherings
Prime Minister Boris Johnson advises against mass gatherings amid the coronavirus outbreak - effectively cancelling all remaining sporting events.
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Coronavirus: Stars join the fight against Covid-19
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Coronavirus: Australian supermarkets open early for elderly shoppers
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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson advises UK to stay at home if possible
Business
Amazon: Staff told to work overtime as virus spikes demand
Unions say the retailer is putting "profit before safety" as it tells some warehouse staff to work overtime.
Coronavirus: Hospitality industry 'faces thousands of closures'
Bosses warn that the new government coronavirus restrictions could put firms out of business.
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Technology
Amazon: Staff told to work overtime as virus spikes demand
Unions say the retailer is putting "profit before safety" as it tells some warehouse staff to work overtime.
UK mobile networks face problems
There are increasing reports of issues with voice calls as more people work from home
Culture
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Why there’s no sex in Pretty Woman
The 30-year-old hit with a censorious attitude
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LA’s most fantastical architecture
How Los Angeles excels at fun futurism and swooping, space-age buildings
Future
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Cleaning the Amazon’s toxic legacy
Plants, fungi and bacteria are helping to clean up oil spills from the Amazon
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How Tokyo keeps reinventing itself
The city has an amazing ability to keep bouncing back
Travel
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An unsolved mystery of the Loire Valley
Scholars and visitors continue to be ensorcelled by the enigma
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The story behind Brighton’s success
It regularly tops lists of the happiest place in the UK to live
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