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New York using mass graves amid outbreak Media playback is unsupported on your device Images have emerged of coffins being buried in a mass grave in New York City, as the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak continues to rise. Workers in hazmat outfits were seen using a ladder to descend into a huge pit where the coffins were stacked. The location is Hart Island, used for New Yorkers with no next of kin or who could not afford a funeral. New York state now has more coronavirus cases than any single country, according to latest figures.

Who’s in charge if the PM is ill? Image copyright Getty Images Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says he has "all the authority" he needs to make relevant decisions as he deputises for Boris Johnson, who remains in hospital with coronavirus. But who else is sharing power and how are decisions made while the prime minister is ill? Why is Dominic Raab in charge? Mr Raab is the foreign secretary, but he also has the title of first secretary of state - giving him seniority above all other cabinet ministers. So if the official position changes, and Mr Johnson does not return to his post, Mr Raab would take over in the first instance.

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson must rest up, says PM's father Image copyright PIPPA FOWLES / DOWNING STREET HANDOUT Boris Johnson "must rest up" after he was moved from intensive care with coronavirus, his father has said. "He almost took one for the team and we've got to make sure we play properly now," Stanley Johnson told the BBC. Coronvirus UK LIVE: Lockdown set for three-week extension as worldwide cases of Covid-19 near 2 million Nearly two million people have been infected with coronavirus since the outbreak began, according to figures from John Hopkins University. The institution, which has been collating worldwide numbers, puts the total confirmed figure at 1,920,985. It comes as the UK continues its lockdown, which had originally been set at three weeks and is expected to go on for at least three more, with the Government insisting: "Our plan is working." Dominic Raab, who is deputising for Boris Johnson as he recuperates from his fight with coronavirus, urged the public to "stick with it" , while the Government's "exit strategy" remains unclear. Follow our live updates below...

Coronavirus UK: call to scrap 'triple lock' on pensions after crisis The coalition government policy that led to state pensions rising quicker than wages should be scrapped as part of an “intergenerational reciprocation” for the costs of battling Covid-19, a thinktank has said. The Social Market Foundation (SMF) proposes that the massive economic cost of the emergency measures deployed to manage the pandemic must be shared fairly between old and young, and that some of the huge anticipated government deficit could be funded by abandoning the so-called triple lock guarantee on state pension rises. Scott Corfe, the SMF’s research director said: “Quite rightly, society is making sacrifices to protect its elderly right now. There is a clear case for intergenerational reciprocation when it comes to meeting the fiscal costs of the crisis in the years ahead.

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Coronavirus LIVE updates: 1.6million people sign up for benefits in a month India extends world's largest lockdown until next month India today extended until May 3 a nationwide lockdown for its 1.3 billion people as the number of coronavirus cases crossed 10,000 despite a three-week shutdown, Sanjeev Miglani of Reuters wrote. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a televised address to the nation, said the challenge was to stop the virus from spreading to new parts of the country, but held out hope that some restrictions could be eased next week in the least-affected areas to allow essential activities. “Till May 3, every Indian will have to stay in lockdown.