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  • stay at home and protect lives.

  • That's the clear warning from the health secretary, Matt Hancock, who says it's not a request but an instruction to the British people to beat the Corona virus.

  • With warm weather expected this weekend, he says any relax ation of social distancing rules will mean more people will die.

  • In the UK, the number of dead has risen by 684 in 1 24 hour period.

  • That brings the total number of deaths in hospitals from the disease to 3605 now.

  • That number, however, doesn't include deaths in the community or in care homes and is in line sadly with scientific predictions.

  • Today, two nurses lost their lives to the virus, with each leaving behind.

  • Three Children is our health.

  • It is a hue pin a me a rock, one of two nurses who have lost their lives to Cove in 19 tributes were paid today to their bravery, including at the Downing Street press conference.

  • And there was this warning to the public from the health secretary.

  • We cannot relax our discipline now.

  • If we do, people will die, so I end with the advice that we all know.

  • This advice is not a request.

  • It is an instruction.

  • Stay at home, protect lives, and then you will be doing your part.

  • I folks quick update.

  • It was the same message from Boris Johnson still in self isolation case.

  • Although I'm feeling better on, I've done my seven days of isolation.

  • Alas, I still have one of the centres of minus symptom of I have a lot of temperature and everybody may be getting a bit stir crazy in the Nuba.

  • Just a temptation to get out there, hang out and start to break the regulations.

  • And I just urge you not to do that.

  • Earlier, there was an unusual official opening of the newest NHS hospital, the key players keeping their distance at fixed points, the moment marked by a royal video contribution.

  • I could invite 19 girls head of nursing Natalie Gray on my behalf to unveil a plaque to declare images.

  • Nightingale Hospital open In less than two weeks, huge empty exhibition halls have been transformed into specialist hospital wards for cove in 19 patients.

  • The hospital is ready for new patients.

  • It had been thought the first group would have arrived by today.

  • But London's hospitals have built up enough extra capacity to cope with the caseload at this stage, so the Nightingale won't be needed until next week.

  • That city getting things done is the message the government wants to convey.

  • But Matt Hancock, meeting staff in training at the Nightingale, has faced claims he hasn't done enough on testing for the virus.

  • Having set a target of 25,000 tests a day, which slipped to later this month, he's now come up with a hugely increased figure of 100,000 by the end of April, including many more done by academic and industrial laboratories.

  • Where the test going to come from, Who's going to do them?

  • It just really hasn't been exposed.

  • You haven't given any detail what we have.

  • I set out a five point plan yesterday.

  • The first stage is the expansion of the testing capacity within the NHS, um, with public health England, who are doing amazing job and then also the next stage is to bring in the private sector companies.

  • The existing testing companies testing NHS staff helps get more of them back to work quickly.

  • The Scottish government is increasing facilities like this.

  • This expansion off testing capacity means, amongst other things, that we will be able to taste more key workers at with every day that passes.

  • However, in addition to increasing capacity within NHS, Scotland were also working with the U.

  • K government and other partners to father increased testing capacity.

  • Beyond that, the NHS needs all the protective clothing and ventilators it can get on.

  • 350,000 items arrived from Shanghai today, Virgin Atlantic working with guys and ST Thomas Hospital Trust.

  • There was a virtual graduation ceremony for doctors at the University of Bristol today.

  • It happened early so they could move straight to the NHS frontline, where they'll certainly be needed in the months ahead.

  • Cue pin BBC news Well, as we've been hearing, Boris Johnson is also urging people to stay at home this weekend as forecasters predict good weather.

  • Our chief political correspondent, Vicki Young is at Westminster Forest tonight.

  • Vicky Boris Johnson was G to end social isolation yesterday.

  • What happened?

  • It has been obvious, hasn't it?

  • From some of the photos and some of the video footage this week that the prime minister has not bean well and Of course, at a time of national crisis, you do when your top team firing on all cylinders and just look at the list.

  • Not just the prime minister, but his most senior adviser, health secretary until earlier in the week, the chief medical officer, all self isil isolating.

  • And there's no doubt that makes the task much harder on.

  • I think it has shown at times this week, when you needed people with a real grasp off the detail, they simply weren't there.

  • Now Downing Street insisting that prime minister does have mild symptoms, he has continued to work.

  • He is chairing meetings throughout the day and, as we saw today as well, very keen to get those key messages out ahead of the weekend saying to people like him stay at home to save lives.

  • The prime minister, of course, preparing to go into his ninth day in isolation.

  • Okay, Vicki Thanks Vicky Young that Westminster key workers in all sectors of facing enormous difficulties in dealing with the Corona virus outbreak non more so, of course, than frontline NHS staff are.

  • Health correspondent Catherine Burns is keeping in touch with some of the men and women battling the pandemic and asked one intensive care consultant to keep a video diary.

  • This comes from the front line in the fight against Corona virus.

  • Joy Halladay is an intensive care consultant looking after some of the very sickest patients.

  • She started her video before a night shift.

  • I've got three Children and their older fed and watered just waiting for my husband to arrive home.

  • Who's a GP on?

  • Obviously busy, very busy at work as well at the women.

  • So a bit like ships in the night.

  • Good evening again.

  • It's 99 oclock, and we have finished our intensive care handover my trainees with me.

  • So we've got Johnny, who's RS it show for the night, and Stephen Registrar and then another.

  • Stephen, who's restocking are in tradition truly as we speak.

  • So we are not going to go and dorm RPP so we can start award runt and we'll take you with us for that.

  • So here we are ready to start a war ground outside of I to you at the moment for me, myself already here in Joy and her team have to wear PPE, a personal protective equipment that offers the fullest possible cover.

  • All the patients they see on this night have Corona virus on our unconscious on breathing machines.

  • They have to get very close to them.

  • I will outside so that we do not bring it in with us.

  • Little touch base with you again.

  • So it's not 20 past five in the morning and we've had a really busy night here in intensive care.

  • The nursing staff and doctors have worked non stop, and it's really important that we look after ourselves as well as our patients.

  • Sadly, there's some battles that we're not going to win the team try not to phone families overnight, but they have to call if they think a patient is about to die.

  • But even then, relatives can't come here for their own safety at these times.

  • Normally, families will be present in intensive care all the time by their loved one side's.

  • And with the visiting rules being changed and the risk to relatives coming in and catching Corona virus themselves, we we don't have visitors anymore on without, for providing relatives with Dele on updates about their loved one.

  • We all know in in NHS is healthcare workers that these are unprecedented times.

  • We also know that there may come a time when we start looking after people we know colleagues we work with on.

  • We need to be prepared to manage this joy holiday there, ending that report.

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