One of the cruelest parts of the coronavirus crisis is the impact it has had on families and families dying. The social detachment rule assumes that a maximum of 10 people attend a funeral: maintaining a distance of 2 meters. Meanwhile, the government has warned that it should help small businesses with emergency loans. And more than 200,000 coronavirus cases have been recorded in the United States – President Trump said they have a “big national trial” for Americans. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News in ten reports from Irish correspondent Emma Vardy, business correspondent Andy Verity and North American editor Jon Sopel.
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