SkyMedical experts are investigating a possible link between coronavirus and cases of a rare severe inflammatory condition among UK children. The health secretary has expressed his concern about what appears to be Kawasaki disease, a syndrome which is more common in parts of Asia. Hayley Grix, whose three-year-old son Marley recovered...
YorkpressPOLICE have issued CCTV of a woman they would like to speak to following a shop fraud in York. It happened at the McColl’s shop on Gale Lane, Acomb. A woman picked up a bank card from the shop counter and then used the card to make a fraudulent payment. The...
SkyPolice have named two small children found stabbed to death at an east London home. Pavinya Nithiyakumar, aged 19 months, and Nigish Nithiyakumar, three, were found with knife wounds at their home in Aldborough Road North, Ilford, after officers were called at about 5.30pm on Sunday. Pavinya was pronounced dead at...
www.yorkpress.co.uk A TOTAL of 111 patients with coronavirus have now died at York NHS trust hospitals - but more than 170 have been discharged after treatment. The York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust this afternoon revealed the latest statistics for patients confirmed as having Covid-19. ...
SkyThe darkest hour is just before dawn, or so they say. And a glance at the data on how many people are dying in the UK certainly feels like a glimpse into the heart of darkness for this country. The data is almost overwhelmingly depressing. Some highlights, or perhaps lowlights: the...
YorkpressSenior management at John Lewis have started discussions on which department stores should keep their doors closed permanently once the coronavirus lockdown ends, PA understands. Sources close to the employee-owned retailer said it was "highly unlikely" that all 50 sites would reopen, as the company battles for its future. Dame Sharon...
SkyRoyal Mail says it is to temporarily scrap deliveries of letters on a Saturday following a plea from staff to ease the burden on their workloads during the coronavirus crisis. The company said the measure was a response to feedback from postmen and postwomen, though the postal workers' union said...
York PressA 72-YEAR-OLD man from York has been arrested, interviewed and released on bail following the discovery of human remains at a remote location in North Yorkshire. As previously reported, it's part of a joint investigation between North Yorkshire Police and the Ministry of Defence Police after the discovery of human remains...
skyOver-65s and those who need to leave their homes for work will now be able to get tested for coronavirus, as the government expands the number of people who are eligible. Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced the move as he strives to meet the government's target of reaching 100,000 COVID-19...
www.yorkpress.co.uk HOSPITAL staff observed a minute of silence at 11am today (Tuesday) - as a moment of remembrance and respect for frontline workers who have lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. As part of Workers' Memorial Day a silent ceremony took place. Staff gathered safely at the hospital to pay...