Millions in the UK will soon be asked to monitor who they have been near to combat coronavirus.
Five doctors administering end-of-life care reflect on the current crisis.
The UK had capacity to conduct 205,634 tests on Saturday, reaching its target one day early.
The communities secretary says the rate of infection is low enough to allow those who have been shielding to do "modest things".
People most at risk of needing hospital treatment if they get coronavirus are being asked to stay home.
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The foreign secretary stresses the "cautious" approach adopted, ahead of measures easing in England.
The foreign secretary admitted that the government's five-level, colour-coded alert system was not yet at level three.
Some restrictions on vulnerable people shielding from coronavirus are to be eased after 10 weeks.
A couple whose IVF treatment was delayed say struggling to start a family has been "heart-wrenching".