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Month: April 2020

Image caption Samuel Akinsanya said his mum Esther Akinsanya was known as “nurse or matron” because she loved to care for people New NHS data has revealed ethnic breakdowns among the patients in London hospitals who have died with coronavirus. Black people account for 13% of the city’s population but 16% of deaths. Epidemiologist Dr […]

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Image caption Robert Rodrigues with his fiancĂ©e after proposing in New Zealand last year Private healthcare facilities – largely the preserve of the affluent prior to the coronavirus pandemic – have been made available to NHS patients in recent weeks. It has meant some cancer or cardiac patients considered at high risk if they contracted […]

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Image copyright NHS Image caption Purna Ghale was caught up in strict lockdown measures in Nepal but has since returned to London A cleaner has completed his 4,500-mile trip from Nepal to north-west London to return to work in hospital to help against the coronavirus outbreak. Purna Ghale, from Edgware, had been in Kathmandu visiting […]

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Image copyright PA Media With warm weather forecast in parts of the UK over Easter, the government has appealed for people to stick to the restrictions on movement. These say people should go out as little as possible and only leave if they have a “reasonable excuse”. This includes: Exercise – alone, or with members […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Mark Manley was detained with the help of security guards and patrolling British Transport Police A man who stole personal protective equipment (PPE) from an ambulance in London has been jailed for six months. Mark Manley, 35, took masks, paper suits and hand gel. Some items were left unusable […]

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