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Coronavirus: How Turkey took control of Covid-19 emergency
Even without imposing a total lockdown, Turkey seems to have handled the outbreak well.
[BBC News Europe]

Coronavirus: Lockdown easing to allow groups of six to meet
The PM says groups of up to six people will be able to meet outside in England from Monday.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: Two households 'can meet outdoors next week'
Lockdown is expected to be eased in Wales on Monday, with people likely to be able to meet locally.
[BBC News UK]

Covid 19 coronavirus: Nathan Turner held party days before dying
Australia's youngest coronavirus victim, Nathan Turner, held a party in his Queensland home just days before his death, sparking fears multiple people could have been exposed to the virus.The 30-year-old was found unresponsive (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Coronavirus: Who are the contact tracers and what are they doing?
Doctors, call centre staff and students are some of the 25,000 people chasing Covid-19 cases in England.
[BBC News UK]

Premier League set to restart on 17 June with Man City v Arsenal and Villa v Sheff Utd
The Premier League is set to restart on 17 June - more than three months after it was suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson deflects questions to scientists about Dominic Cummings
The prime minister stepped in to direct questions about his closest aide away from scientific advisers at the government's daily briefing.
[BBC News UK]

About 7% have had coronavirus, says ONS survey
The estimate is based on blood tests on 885 people in England as part of a household survey by the ONS.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: How the virus is hitting some harder than others
The BBC’s Clive Myrie meets black and minority ethnic hospital staff and sees the impact the virus is having beyond the ward.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: Dental practices to reopen from 8 June
Dental practices in England have been told they can reopen from Monday, 8 June.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: France to reopen cafes, bars and restaurants
Paris is no longer a virus hotspot but will need careful monitoring, PM Edouard Philippe says.
[BBC News Europe]

Coronavirus: Evening update as easing of lockdown will allow groups of six to meet
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.
[BBC News UK]

Coronavirus: Gatherings of six people allowed from 1 June
Up to six people from different households can meet outdoors from 1 June.
[BBC News UK]

Will coronavirus change America's jobless stigma?
In a country where state aid is frowned upon, the number of Americans receiving benefits has skyrocketed.
[BBC News Americas]

Coronavirus: Mother calls on Boris Johnson to help migrants
A mother asks the PM for support for migrants financially hit by the crisis who can't claim benefits.
[BBC News UK]

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