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Schools in Northern Ireland close amid coronavirus outbreak

Read live virus updates here Coronavirus: The Symptoms

Bookmakers risk losing tens of millions pounds of a month during sport coronavirus shutdown

Betting companies risk losing tens of millions of pounds a month if the outbreak of coronavirus forces sport to stay in a state of lockdown throughout the summer.

Mental health apps for sleep, anxiety and depression to try in 2020

From meditation prompts to wellbeing chatbots, the apps you need to know

Tom Hanks jokes he can now spread his Vegemite properly as he posts Covid-19 update from self-isolation

Read our live updates on coronavirus HERE Coronavirus: The symptoms

Coronavirus sport news LIVE: Premier League plan to save season, Olympics '90 per cent certain' to be delayed

Welcome to the Evening Standard's LIVE coverage as the sporting schedule continues to be heavily impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

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Transfer news LIVE: Sancho to Man United, Coutinho to Arsenal latest, Lacazette to Inter Milan

Welcome to the Evening Standard's live blog covering the latest transfer news and rumours from across the Premier League and Europe.

Project Restart latest as London Mayor Sadiq Khan raises concerns over imminent Premier League return

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has voiced his concerns over the imminent return of the Premier League as the government begins to soften its lockdown guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Friends and family to be reunited as lockdown eased from Monday after five tests met

Friends and family will be able to meet in parks and gardens in socially-distanced groups of six under Boris Johnson's gradual easing of the coronavirus lockdown.

Women 'still underpaid and undervalued' 50 years after Equal Pay Act

The coronavirus crisis has confirmed working women are still underpaid and undervalued 50 years after the Equal Pay Act, the TUC has said.

Man dies after 'rocks thrown' in grounds of Lullingstone Castle in Kent

A man has died after reports of a disturbance in which rocks were thrown in the grounds of a castle in Kent.
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