Stay home to save your life. That’s UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who says it is “not a request but an instruction” for the British to fight the coronavirus pandemic. It is said that the rules on social distance will lead to further deaths. 684 more people have died in the UK in the last 24 hours. Among them were two NHS nurses, each leaving 3 children behind. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he will remain in self-isolation because he still has the temperature to test Covid-19 for one week. NHS and frontline staff are facing significant difficulties – an intensive care consultant has kept a video diary charting the pressures they are undergoing. Clive Myrie has presented BBC News to Health Editor Hugh Pym, political correspondent Vicki Young and Health Correspondent Catherine Burns.
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