Louise Marshall, often referred to as Scotland’s National Piper, joined the rest of the country with a special tribute to the fundraising centenarian.
The Prime Minister’s fiancee led the Clap for Carers.
‘Eradication is technically impossible for this disease’
The fire service arranged banners on some Co Antrim stations with the rainbow symbol of hope.
This week’s Clap for Carers coincided with the 100th birthday of fundraising phenomenon Captain Tom Moore.
The agency found ‘no evidence’ of criminal offences.
The latest figures from the Department of Health and Social Care show that 26,771 people have now died in all settings with coronavirus.
Dr Frank Atherton was speaking at a virtual meeting of the Welsh Assembly’s health committee.
A daily information ‘dashboard’ is due to go live on Friday, an official at Stormont’s Department of Health said.
Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn wrote a letter to President Trump on Tuesday.
The Government has come into criticism after repeatedly running out of its online testing kits.
Over the past two weeks, 2,000 staff have been referred for testing, Justice Secretary Robert Buckland said.
There has been some concern that people may be overly cautious about returning to work.
The country has played down hopes of a swift easing of social distancing restrictions and is expected to extend the emergency measures early in May.
There were spectacular versions of Happy Birthday sung, while people showed their artistic side paying tribute to the centenarian fundraiser.
Reports of domestic abuse sent to UK police forces by Crimestoppers have surged by nearly 50% during the lockdown.
The Queen has sent a private message of good wishes to congratulate the couple on the birth of their son.