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Coronavirus: UK enters fourth week of lockdown ahead of review Image copyright Getty Images The UK is facing its fourth week in lockdown, with the government set to review by Thursday whether social distancing measures can be changed. Ministers are required by law to assess whether the rules are working, based on expert advice, after three weeks of telling Britons to stay at home. On Sunday, the UK's total number of hospital deaths reached 10,612. It comes as Boris Johnson thanked NHS staff after being discharged from hospital on Sunday. Coronavirus: Follow government advice and COVID-19 pandemic will be over quicker, Britons told The health secretary has urged Britons to follow the government's coronavirus advice - saying life will return to normal more quickly if everyone does so. Matt Hancock said that embracing social distancing measures will help the UK avoid "difficult situations" like those seen in Italy, where hospitals are overwhelmed with gravely ill patients with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. "The more people follow the public health advice, the quicker we will be through this and the quicker we will be back to normal," he told Sky News. Mr Hancock added: "If people follow the advice, we'll get through this quicker and we won't have to enforce these draconian enforcements that we've seen in other places in Europe." Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Britons on Monday to avoid pubs, clubs, restaurants and theatres, in a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19. But there have been reports of people not heeding the government's advice.

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Coronavirus: Emergency package to help workers with jobs and wages to be revealed The chancellor is set to unveil an emergency package today to help workers whose jobs and wages could be hit by the coronavirus outbreak. Treasury officials are working on plans to support people who find they cannot work and those who have lost their jobs because of the virus. Wage subsidies for some workers are being discussed after businesses called on Boris Johnson to pause a range of taxes, including National Insurance and income tax, to help employers and staff over the worst of the financial disruption. The Times has reported the Treasury is considering these measures, with one source suggesting the government could effectively underwrite 60% of the average national wage for each worker. It follows another emergency interest rate cut by the Bank of England to an historic 0.1%.

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