Exposing the Chinese communist origin of the Wuhan virus: Interview w/ Epoch Times' Joshua Philipp
Joshua Philipp of The Epoch Times joined Ezra Levant to discuss the true nature of the Chinese communist party and his new documentary on the origin of COVID-19.
As of 9am on 10 April, 316,836 tests have concluded across the UK, with 19,116 tests carried out on 9 April. Some individuals are tested more than once for clinical reasons.
256,605 people have been tested, of whom 73,758 tested positive.
As of 5pm on 9 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 8,958 have died.
Child, 11, becomes one of Britain's youngest coronavirus victims as Covid-19 claims 917 lives in the last 24 hours - down from yesterday's record 980
Boris Johnson makes 'very good progress' out of intensive care
Matt Hancock says 19 NHS staff have died from coronavirus during frontline fight against killer bug
Matt Hancock blasted by nurses chief who says medics are NOT ‘abusing or overusing’ PPE on covid-19 frontline
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Coronavirus coughers who spat at emergency workers given BIG jail sentences
Police threaten to pepper spray man for ‘delivering food to vulnerable relatives’ and warn neighbour ‘you’ll be next’
Government must be 'completely honest' about COVID-19 deaths because 'we really don't know the full picture'
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UK will have to live with some restrictions until coronavirus vaccine is developed, say officials, as new survey reveals that nine out of 10 Britons are observing 'stay home' advice after 980 daily death toll
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Brits to live with coronavirus restrictions until vaccine is developed which ‘could take around 18 months’
Donald Trump prepares task force to lift coronavirus lockdown but health experts warn it is too soon
Apple and Google team up to contact trace Covid-19
China clamping down on coronavirus research, deleted pages suggest
Brazil's president rejects COVID-19 as a 'little flu' and ignores distancing rules
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Total confirmed cases are at 78,991, with 5233 new cases, down 3448 (49.5% decrease) on yesterday. Total deaths are 9,875, with 917 new deaths, down 63 (6.6% decrease) on yesterday. Total tested this (24h) period, 12993.
As of 9am on 11 April, 334,974 tests have concluded across the UK, with 18,091 tests carried out on 10 April.
269,598 people have been tested, of whom 78,991 tested positive.
As of 5pm on 10 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 9,875 have died.
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Healthcare professionals are being silenced and threatened with disciplinary action for speaking out about their work during the coronavirus outbreak, the Guardian can reveal.
Many NHS staff are increasingly concerned that their ability to share stories about their work is being restricted by a clampdown on speaking out publicly.
It follows reports of doctors and nurses being gagged by hospitals and other NHS bodies from speaking out about widespread shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE). Tactics have included threatening emails, the possibility of disciplinary action, and some people even being sent home from work.
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US coronavirus death toll overtakes Italy's as highest in the world
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