A group to support new and expecting mums during the lockdown has been set up in Stoke-on-Trent.
The Baby Talk group gives parents a place to find advice and support online.
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Candi Chetwynd who created the group and is also a councillor for Smallthorne, said: "I decided to set up Baby Talk as a safe, welcoming and supportive space for ladies, babies and bumps to hang out in their living rooms during these isolating times.
"I feel that ladies at this point in their life are finding lockdown to be doubly isolating so the best way to break that isolation is through virtual interaction with others who are in the same boat."
Yorkshire national parks urge people to stay away
North Yorkshire's national parks are urging people to stay away this weekend.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority has told people to heed government instructions and stay at home.
Visitor centres, car parks and toilets are all closed, while public rights of way remain open for residents to take exercise and shop for essentials.
Bosses at the North York Moors have the same message and say they are grateful that people are responding.
NHS trusts merger plan delayed by Covid-19
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Staff affected will receive 80% of their salary through the government's job retention scheme and the club will make up the difference.
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"There is ongoing active engagement about the topic of salary deductions during the period matches are not being played to schedule," the club said.
"These discussions are complex and as a result the process is ongoing."
A new high in UK deaths - but cases are slowing
BBC head of statistics
The number of 708 deaths is a new high, but a fall in cases indicates the UK is slightly below trend.
The drop in new confirmed cases from 4,450 on Friday to 3,735 cases shows a continued slowdown.
New cases were growing by about 20% a day up to last weekend. In the last week, that slowed to about 10% a day.
That's even after allowing for the expansion of testing to include NHS workers. Even if Saturday's fall is followed by rises, it is evidence that case growth is slowing.
The figure of 708 new deaths is a record high, but it is also below scientific expectations. Deaths have been growing by just under 25% each day. That means doubling every 3.5 days.
A continuation of that would have taken us from 684 deaths on Friday to more than 800.
The first day of a below trend growth is too soon to call a turn, but there is hope that the slowdown we're seeing in case numbers will eventually feed through into the numbers of new deaths.
More than 600 virus deaths in England in 24 hours
NHS England has reported a further 637 hospital deaths from coronavirus in hospitals across the country.
That brings the total number of reported deaths in hospitals in England to 3,939.
Phone company 'greedy' over hospital charges
An NHS trust has been told it would have to pay almost £10,000 a month to provide patients with free phone calls during the pandemic.
Southport and Ormskirk NHS Trust asked the company that provides bedside telephones about diverting the costs to the trust and was told it would be charged £9,984 a month.
Hospedia was contacted by the BBC but has not commented.
The trust said it was disappointed with the company's suggested charges and has raised the matter with NHS England, which awarded it the contract to provide phone and TV services across dozens of NHS trusts.