PA analysis has found that 100 healthcare workers from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds have died with coronavirus.
Black, Asian and minority ethnic staff account for 60% of the total who have died with Covid-19, according to a PA analysis.
The Transport Secretary made the comment after announcing that coverings will be mandatory on public transport in England from June 15.
Unite said the announcement was ‘another heavy blow’ for the automotive industry.
The ONS said it was ‘implausible’ that the sharp rise in deaths linked to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease could have happened by chance.
University academic Dr Suzi Gage said moisture associated with inhaling vapour could perhaps harbour bacteria.
Humza Yousaf said officers’ responses will be proportionate but urged people to demonstrate digitally instead.
The Nisra figures give a fuller picture of Covid-19 deaths than the daily figures released by the Department of Health.
Wearing a mask on public transport will become mandatory from June 15.
Orlando Fulgencio was wheeled out to huge cheers and applause from staff who lined the corridors to celebrate his ‘remarkable recovery’.
A potential Covid-19 vaccine is being developed at Oxford University and results of trials could be announced in August.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said contact tracers were making ‘thousands of calls’.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Laurence Taylor said Covid-19 rules state that ‘for health reasons people should not be meeting in groups of six’.
The warning came as two historic prep schools announced proposals to shut their doors to children.
Madeleine was abducted from a room on May 3 2007.
Belly Mujinga died with coronavirus after an incident at London’s Victoria railway station.
Practices estimate they will only be able to treat less than a quarter of the patient numbers they saw before the pandemic, a survey suggests.