The number of death in the UK due to the COVID-19 has increased to 1408. It’s also envisaged that the numbers could increase even more by Tuesday due to the change in the way numbers are going to be gathered.
Nicola Sturgeon announced that the Scottish Events Campus are going to be turned into a field hospital and cancer screening will be placed on hold to help the NHS treat COVID-19 patience. The number of death in Scotland increased by 6 from Sunday’s figure now it is 47.
750,000 people have signed up to be volunteers to help the NHS, the original goal was 250,000 volunteers.
Boris Johnson is facing fresh pressure to delay the end of the Brexit transition period as other countries focus on the COVID-19 crisis.
Dr Catherine Calderwood announced on Sunday that the lockdown could be in place for the next 13 weeks. She added on Monday that removal of these conditions may not be permanent.
It has been announced that Eton College is offering free self-study courses to UK teenagers during the Covid-19 outbreak. The private school said Mr Simon Henderson, who is the headmaster wrote to the head of state of secondary schools offering access to its online learning platform, called EtonX.