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On Tuesday, the UK Government called on an “army of volunteers” to help, by Wednesday more than 500,000 had signed up.
Brighton and Hove Albion FC have asked all football clubs to offer free tickets to NHS workers as a ‘thank you’.
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home reportedly rehomed more than double their usual amount of cats, dogs and hamsters last week.
Netflix has donated £1 million to BFI and the UK’s Film and TV Charity coronavirus fund to aid the creative community.
Quarantined man in Mexico sent his dog to store with note asking for Cheetos, the dog delivered them successfully.
COVID-19 patients in the US ‘don’t have to worry’ about big medical bills, health insurers say.
The Four Seasons Hotel in Manhattan offered free lodging to doctors, nurses and other health care workers.
London-based Signature Brew is paying out-of-work musicians to hand-deliver its ‘Pub In A Box’ product.
James McAvoy, the X-Men star, has donated £275,000 so NHS staff can buy more PPE for their hospitals.
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World leaders are planning an unprecedented virtual summit to coordinate a global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
96-year-old woman is now the oldest South Korean to fully recover from the coronavirus.
Premier League football club Watford have offered the use of their Vicarage Road stadium to the NHS.
An Italian 3D printing company came to the rescue after a hospital ran out of crucial valves for its ventilators.
Arts Council England has pledged a £160 million package to support organisations, freelancers and artists.
London government booked 300 free hotel rooms for rough sleepers during the crisis.
Dior, Givenchy, and Louis Vuitton are using their perfume factories to make disinfectant gel for French health authorities.
47,000 new UK job opportunities have opened up across supermarkets, pharmacies, home care and internet providers.
Billionaire entrepreneur James Dyson unveiled a design for a coronavirus ventilator and in addition, promised to donate 10,000 units.
China has closed down its last temporary coronavirus hospital with not enough new cases to support them.
In Italy, the person with the first known case of coronavirus – known as Patient 1 – has left the hospital.
Everton FC reaches out to their fans through personal phone calls, offering a friendly chat to those self isolating.
Researchers of the Erasmus Medical Center claim to have found an antibody against coronavirus.
A network of Canadian scientists are making excellent progress in COVID-19 research.
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Air pollution levels have dropped since restrictions on movement were put in place in the UK.
Children around the world are painting rainbows to hang in their windows to raise the spirits of passers-by.
In Northern Ireland, sportswear factory O’Neills reopened to make medical scrubs, bringing 150 employees back to work.
Imperial College London reports that Wuhan’s lockdown has successfully ended locally transmitted coronavirus infections.
Families in America, Canada and some parts of Britain, have been decking their houses like it’s Christmas.
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