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Good Morning Britain in the UK produced this medical feature “Ask Doctor H” in which their television doc, Dr Hilary Jones, answered viewers’ questions; particularly important as the UK Lockdown for Covid-19 begins:
Dr Hilary answers viewers coronavirus related questions, including can children play together outside, can we still go to Weddings and Stag/Hen Parties and what does loss of taste and smell mean?
Broadcast on 23/03/20Good Morning Britain YouTube Channel
Piers Morgan, the presenter of Good Morning Britain – often notable for his reactionary, populist views – has to his credit recognised the seriousness of the novel coronavirus outbreak from the outset. You can hear how annoyed Piers is in this feature, too, at the selfish behaviours he perceives among his fellow Brits.
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- a high temperature (e.g. head feels warm to the touch)
- shortness of breath (if this is abnormal for the individual, or increased)
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