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Deaths recorded in England had included people who tested positive months before they died.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Wednesday evening.
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Temperatures pass 34C in the capital for sixth day in a row as storms are forecast across the UK.
The 2020 Masters will take place in November but fans will not be allowed to attend Augusta National.
Public tests are set to start on Thursday, but concerns remain about how accurately distance is measured.
England's Education Secretary Gavin Williamson tells children he is 'incredibly sorry' they have suffered.
The BBC will show live coverage of the Women's Community Shield between Chelsea and Manchester City at Wembley on 29 August.
Scotland's Anthony McGill is on course to cause an upset in his first World Championship semi-final with a 6-2 lead over Kyren Wilson.
Rishi Sunak says it is a "difficult and uncertain time" as the UK suffers its biggest slump on record.
A key figure behind the success of London 2012 is being considered as an independent delivery chief for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
England bowler James Anderson is backed by captain Joe Root to return to "the peak of his powers" before second Test against Pakistan.
The artwork will be unveiled in Brent in September.
Hull FC and Salford will not be involved in Super League fixtures this weekend after Hull's positive Covid-19 tests.
Netherlands women's manager Sarina Wiegman is the FA's preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville as England's head coach.
Jobseekers are having a tough time at the moment but some sectors are hiring and support is available.
Scientists from around Europe and the US have expressed scepticism over its newly-announced vaccine.
The company's rules also explicitly target references to common anti-Semitic stereotypes.
Smoke can be seen as about 30 emergency vehicles were called to the scene, near Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire.
The 2020 Paris Marathon, rescheduled for 15 November, is cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.