Coronavirus Q&A from UK’s ITV
The UK’s ITV News hosted this coronavirus Q&A and is also inviting questions via Twitter for future features.
We know you have many questions about coronavirus and how it’s impacting your life – so ITV News is putting your questions to the experts in a special weekly programme, called Coronavirus: Q&A, every Monday at 8pm.
We’ll be hearing from government ministers plus health and consumer experts, putting your questions directly to them.
If you have a question, such as on the response to the crisis, your health, family or job, or what happens next, then get in touch with us:
Tweet @itvnews using the hashtag #CoronavirusQAITV News YouTube Channel
For more coronavirus questions and answers, see:
- Dr Hilary Jones answers your coronavirus questions
- Dr Seema answers 50 Most Googled coronavirus questions
Please don’t ask questions using the comment form below, instead Tweet them @itvnews using the hashtag #CoronavirusQA. Please do feel free to post a moderated comment about the video item above, or pass a more general comment on the novel coronavirus outbreak.
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