Parents from a school in Plymouth got an email informing them that a 10-year-old schoolgirl has tested positive with the COVID-19 virus, even though the girl did not show any symptoms. She also does not have any other health problems. It is said that the young girl complained about pain in her legs, and an aching body.
In the UK there are 9529 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and 465 people have sadly passed away.
Some hospitals are reducing visitors to adult wards in order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The NHS asked the public to stay in contact with family and friends who are in the hospital thtough calls and video calls instead of visiting them
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Women are still allowed to bring their partners to labour with them, and children under the age of 16 are allowed to have 1 adult visitor at a time.
An 84-year-old inmate who had been infected with coronavirus has died. The prisoner, who had been held at HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire, had been transferred to hospital, where he died on Sunday. A Prison Service spokesman told the Standard: “An 84-year-old prisoner at HMP Littlehey died in hospital on 22 March. “Our thoughts are with his family at this time.”
The Government told people in a romantic relationship who don’t live with their partners not to visit each other and that people should follow the lockdown rules.
In other news many major airlines don’t have enough space to bring UK passengers home from Spain. Spain is one of the UK’s most beloved holiday destination, travelers are unable to book flights back home on Ryanair, easyJet and Jet2. The UK have told UK travelers to get back home as soon as they can. Ryanair said they are not flying for the next two months.