Hospital bosses in England felt "in the dark" over changes to policies on face masks and visitors.
There are concerns coronavirus might be starting to spread in parts of England again.
The World Health Organization changes its guidance saying masks can help stop the spread of the virus.
Scientists are concerned the test-and-trace system is not effective enough to prevent this.
Fee rises of more than £100 a week add "insult to injury" after the wave of infections, says Age UK.
Hydroxychloroquine has become controversial but it is not a treatment for Covid, say Oxford researchers.
The estimate is based on swab tests of people living in 9,000 households in England.
Deaths due to dementia rose in the first two months of the pandemic, official figures show.
The backlog for care is putting people's lives at risk, says the British Heart Foundation.
The app will "be running as soon as we think it is robust", a government minister says.
Practices in England can reopen from Monday, but many say they will not be ready.
AstraZeneca says it could provide two billion doses of a potential vaccine, helped by backing from Bill Gates.
A 2018 MERS outbreak exercise in Scotland revealed concerns over protective gear, the BBC learns.
The British Medical Association says coverings should be compulsory wherever distancing is impossible.
At the UK-hosted summit, Boris Johnson said up to eight millions lives will be saved by the funding.
Researchers flagged concerns with data after suggesting hydroxychloroquine increased the risk of death.
Kemi Badenoch urges MPs not to use evidence of higher ethnic minority death rates to stoke racial tension.
Identifying superspreading events could be crucial in the fight against the virus, scientists say.
The government is under pressure to relax the 2m social distancing rule - but is it safe to do so?
People most at risk of needing hospital treatment if they get coronavirus are being asked to stay home.
Positive stories from people considered at high risk who have made a full recovery from coronavirus.
Five doctors administering end-of-life care reflect on the current crisis.
"Passports" showing individuals' health status could become the next front for fighting the pandemic.
Scientists have discovered more evidence about a strange and worrying feature of the coronavirus.
Meeting friends? Here's how to handle the awkward new rules - from sharing food to avoiding hugs.
Children seem to be at low risk from the disease, but can they still spread it?
A BBC team tracking coronavirus misinformation has found links to assaults, arson and deaths - and the potential for even greater indirect harm.
Why is lifting restrictions being described as a "dangerous moment"?
Different policies are down to a number of factors, including geography, science and politics, experts say.
People who have been in close contact with someone found to have Covid-19 are now being traced.
Hannah spent 12 years recovering from mental ill health, then happened to return to nursing the day Covid-19 was declared a pandemic.
Swedish healthcare is under scrutiny over the high rate of Covid-19 deaths in care homes.
Larger trials now needed to see if the vaccine can protect against the coronavirus.
The pens carried by people with severe allergies should be exchanged for a different brand.
It comes as medics warn the coronavirus pandemic is likely to lead to long-term mental health conditions.
Many thousands of care home residents have died from coronavirus, but when were key decisions made?
"Bubbles" of people we can meet safely may form part of the plans to ease lockdown in England.
Some people might want to consider it during the pandemic. Here's why.
Why is England pressing ahead with plans to ease lockdown rules ahead of the rest of the UK?
Official statistics show a large increase in the number of UK deaths above the expected level.
Abusive messages were sent to an Asian doctor because of a myth that non-white patients are left to die.
A new community hospital recognises Jamaican-born nurse Mary Seacole - and BAME staff who have died.
Meet three generations of a North East family working on the front line to fight coronavirus.
How coping with OCD prepared one man for the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
Could the amount of fat in our body increase complications with Covid-19?
The number at the heart of the decision whether to lift lockdown.
Coronavirus has forced people in Britain to radically change the way they live their lives. Here are eight things that have helped us cope.
What are the risks of passing the virus to the baby in the womb, or of premature birth?
The BBC's James Cook spends a day with doctors and nurses dealing with coronavirus in hospital.
Why do fewer people seem to be having heart attacks and strokes? One theory is that the lockdown lifestyle is healthy.
The UK has passed Italy's death toll but it's hard to make direct comparisons.
Dr Nigel Kennea describes his role supporting bereaved families at one London hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two mothers tell the BBC about their experiences as their young children battled the virus.
Immunity is the crucial question and understanding it will tell us how the pandemic will end.
Planned surgery has been cancelled across the NHS - there may be some big changes when it resumes.
The government's advice on shielding is failing people with motor neurone disease, according to a charity.
The Covid-19 crisis is an unsettling time for most, but for those with autism the problems are acute.
During Ramadan, many Muslim people abstain from eating and drinking between sunrise and sunset.
Recovery from Covid-19 can be a lengthy process, depending on how seriously people get the virus.
Elizabeth says she feels lucky to be alive after falling seriously ill with the virus.
Care homes now account for a large proportion of Covid-19 deaths in the UK.
President Trump has been critical - but what do others think of the "global guardian of public health"?
The Japanese island, which initially saw a drop in cases, is now facing a bigger wave of virus cases.
A vast store of DNA is being used to study why the severity of symptoms for coronavirus is so varied.
Trials of drugs which could prevent vulnerable groups developing severe coronavirus symptoms begin.
The government says it's working "around the clock" to provide protective equipment, but doctors say shortages put lives at risk.
Other coronaviruses are sensitive to the seasons.
The BBC's Fergus Walsh meets medics treating patients with Covid-19 at University College Hospital London.
Doctors say PM Boris Johnson has been moved there as a precaution, should he need more complex care.
Hospitals need to supply oxygen to more beds than is currently possible, so doctors are searching for hacks.
War veterans can experience trauma known as moral injury - now health workers are at risk too.
Lucy Watts has a life-limiting condition and fears her life will not be saved if there is a shortage of ventilators.
What is the path to normality as coronavirus leaves countries in lockdown?
Two British-Sudanese doctors became the first doctors to die of coronavirus in the UK. This is their story.
Official data suggests testing in England has been slower than in Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland.
How London's ExCel centre was transformed into a hospital to treat coronavirus patients.
Covid-19 cases have been filling wards at Bradford Royal Infirmary, and leaving staff with tough decisions to make.
The head of the intensive care unit at one of Spain's biggest hospitals show us what staff are facing.
We have spoken to three people who were hospitalised after contracting coronavirus.
The army of volunteers making essential supplies for NHS workers fighting Covid-19.
Thousands of ex-NHS staff have returned to work to help fight coronavirus after a government appeal.
Palliative care experts urge people to have the "difficult conversations" before it's too late.
Dr John Wright explains how Bradford Royal Infirmary is preparing for a "tsunami" of Covid-19 cases.
Pictures show people across the UK stepping outside to pay tribute to the work of the NHS in the coronavirus crisis
The lives of some Covid-19 patients may depend upon medical ventilators - here's how they work.
If coronavirus can be transferred on to surfaces, what are the risks of buying food?
People are heeding the advice to stay home to keep pressure off the NHS - and it's working, says adviser.
Starting a new relationship is difficult during the current crisis, but not impossible.
The huge challenge the world faces to find an exit strategy to end the lockdowns and return to normal.
Face coverings are to become compulsory for people using public transport in England.
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
Loss of taste and smell have been added to the UK's list of coronavirus symptoms.
What is it like to have the coronavirus, how will it affect you and how is it treated?
Use our tool to check the meaning of key words and phrases associated with the Covid-19 outbreak.
While most people will have mild symptoms and recover quickly, some are more prone to getting sick.
With face masks in high demand, we look at whether they really can protect people from the virus.
Scientists are gathering data on how new diseases emerge in the hope of identifying future pandemics.
The UK's coronavirus death toll has passed more than 40,000, according to the latest figures.
At the daily briefing Health Secretary Matt Hancock was also asked about regional differences in the R rate.