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"Hope," "family," and "reunion" were just some of the words projected onto London buildings in the design of Scrabble tiles. The displays helped celebrate the easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in the UK and National Scrabble Day, which was April 13.

Graphic showing vaccines for Covid-19 that have been approved for use, according to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine #AFPgraphics 

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Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

Residents of postcodes in South and North London are being urged to get Covid-19 tests to help suppress the spread of the South African coronavirus variant which has increased resistance to vaccines.

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FULL STEAM AHEAD: London's Woolwich Ferry performed donuts on the River Thames in support of health care workers on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.

#Coronavirus : Banksy sprays Tube with COVID-19 face mask message. The street artist was filmed stencilling a London Underground train with a message encouraging people to wear face coverings. More here:

London declares a major incident due to rising cases 🚨 Number of Covid-19 cases exceed 1000 per 100,000 🚨 35% more patients in hospitals than the April peak 🚨 800+ Covid admissions a day and rising Read the latest ⬇️

BREAKING: Today I have declared a major incident in London because the threat this virus poses to our city is at crisis point. One in 30 Londoners now has COVID-19. If we do not take immediate action now, our NHS could be overwhelmed and more people will die.

The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency has approved a breathing aid that can help keep covid-19 patients out of intensive care which has been developed by a team from University College London and the Mercedes Formula One team

"Next time a man with COVID-19 symptoms drives from London to Durham it will probably be for the nearest COVID test." Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner makes a dig at the PM's chief adviser Dominic Cummings and the government's testing system. #PMQs 

Experts at the University College London are the latest to describe that Covid-19 could cause neurological complications including stroke, nerve damage and potentially fatal brain inflammation — even if the patients didn't show severe respiratory symptoms.

COVID-19 will fundamentally change the way we travel around our city. That’s why today, @TfL  and I are announcing our plans to make central London one of the largest car-free zones in any capital city in the world, increasing walking and cycling and improving our air quality.

King's College Hospital in London has confirmed a 13-year-old boy has died after testing positive for covid-19

London woman, 36, dies of suspected Covid-19 after being told she is 'not priority'

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