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The Duke of Cambridge jokes about coronavirus during visit to Dublin

The Duke of Cambridge has cracked several jokes about the spread of coronavirus during the first evening reception of his official visit to Ireland. During an event in Dublin, Prince William asked whether the media coverage around Covid-19 was dramatic and went on to laugh that he and Kate might be accused of spreading the condition on their travels. The duke was speaking to a paramedic during…
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How many verses of 'God Save the Queen' will save you from the coronavirus?

The battle against the coronavirus could be solved if people sing the national anthem whilst washing their hands according to the British government. Senior British Cabinet Ministers are advising people to wash their hands while singing ‘God Save The Queen’. Health officials say people should clean their hands for approximately 20 seconds. But there is no need for an egg-timer, singing…
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How the coronavirus has impacted the Royal Family

Around the world, the coronavirus is causing health and travel concerns. Over 82,000 cases around the globe have been confirmed with the virus, reaching at least 11 European countries. Now, it’s impacting the Royal Family. For Prince George, 6, and Prince Charlotte, 4, they both attend Thomas’s Battersea in London. However, there are now reports that at least four pupils at the…
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Coronavirus precautions in place at Prince George & Princess Charlotte's school

The school attended by Prince George and Princess Charlotte is one of 40 in the UK which has been impacted by the rapid spread of the Coronavirus. No pupils or staff have been diagnosed with the highly infectious disease, however four pupils have been isolated and are undergoing testing to see if they have the Covid-19 illness. It is understood that four pupils are in self-isolation after…
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