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The UK recorded another 563 coronavirus deaths today, the worst day so far in the COVID-19 crisis.

This pushes the country's total death toll to 2,352, 48 per cent larger than yesterday's increase of 381, thus forcing the total up by a staggering 31 per cent in just one day.

Twenty-nine thousand four hundred seventy-four people have now tested positive for COVID-19, making the UK the fifth hardest-hit nation in Europe.

Elsewhere, Wales recorded 29 new deaths today, Scotland recorded another 16 fatalities with Ireland recording another two.

This terrible disease seems determined to rip apart society as we know it, and with the news of a 13-year-old, believed to be Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab from Brixton, London, said to have died at King's College Hospital on Monday, and a 99-year-old patient dying on the same day it would appear that COVID-19 does not care as to what age it claims its victims

Undoubtedly Britain's darkest day so far, and with experts saying that there is worse to come then the future looks like it will be extremely bleak.

Steve Simmonds

Worldwide Breaking News

Never before has a group of people deserved our thanks more than our Doctors, Nurses and emergency services. They, with little or no regard for their own safety, place themselves in harms way daily, and it is a simple fact, without them, we would surely perish.

So let us all stand and cheer these people, these fantastic people, who know that they will probably catch this horrendous disease but still, with eyes wide open, put our safety above their own, treating us with both kindness and professional compassion.

Yes, we owe them much, in-fact we owe them everything, so the next time you see one of these courageous people slumped in a hospital corridor, exhausted and bewildered with the sheer enormity of a disease which can creep up on a person with little or no warning whatsoever, so hail them, as they are our saviours, in-fact without them we would just not exist

So here's to the bravest people on our planet, help them anytime you can and show them that you care by giving them a simple word of thanks.

Steve Simmonds

Worldwide Breaking News.

People aged 60 and over are at higher risk of the novel coronavirus disease.

Symptoms include dry cough, fever, difficulty breathing, and is mostly circulated by people.

Here's how mature adults can get ready and protect themselves from the coronavirus

This advice comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Drs. Carla Perissinotto and Samir Sinha, both geriatricians.

Note: Recommendations for COVID-19 may change as officials learn more, so monitor your local health department and the CDC for updates.

Take precautions

Cancel nonessential doctor's appointments Schedule telehealth sessions for appointments you can't miss Designate an emergency contact Wash your hands frequently (scrub for 20 seconds with soap and water) Use hand sanitizer when soap isn't available

Stock up

Make sure you have enough groceries and household products to last you a "prolonged period " at home Prescription medication may be challenging to get ahead of time, so consider mail ordering


Avoid nonessential plane travel Don't go on a cruise —— cruise ship passengers are at a higher risk of infection


Remain at home as much as possible if you live in an area where there's an outbreak In public, avoid crowds and poorly ventilated buildings Keep several feet of distance from people Wash your hands with soap after going in public If you need to isolate, keep in touch with family and friends

Nursing homes

Most long-term care facilities have pandemic plans Call facility staff for information on their plan If you're sick, do not visit a nursing home If you're visiting a nursing home in an outbreak area, get screened before entering Figure out an alternative mode of communication if a nursing home bans visitors

If you think you're sick

Call your doctor before going in for a test Don't use public transportation and stay at home as much as possible Call a local coronavirus hotline for more information

Steve Simmonds for Worldwide Breaking News

Sources CNN