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Food has been delivered to NHS staff working at George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton.
A small care package of fresh food was donated by Tamworth bistro and deli, The Loft.
It said the supplies were for theatre staff who can't get out to the shops.
Most of us are forecast light rain throughout today, with temperatures up to around 10C (50F).
Tomorrow is expected to be overcast, but dry.
Sam Moore says it is a way of saying thank you to the community who helped her after a house fire.
Online community groups have been set up across the West Midlands to help look after the vulnerable and those self-isolating because of coronavirus.
People who contact the group will be put in contact with someone who can help with food shopping, picking up prescriptions, or even take a dog for a walk.
Anna Vickerstaff, one of the coordinators of the national network said: “Groups are being set up and run entirely by volunteers - and our hope is that they can help to make sure people who need support get it."
"We want to make sure that no one in our communities is being left to face this crisis alone, and because we want to try and redress some of the serious inequalities this outbreak will expose."
At least five people have died from coronavirus at hospitals in the West Midlands over the weekend.
A woman in her 60s and a man in his 80s were patients at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton.
City Hospital in Birmingham said a man in his 80s had died.
A woman in her 70s died at George Eliot in Nuneaton and a patient in their 80s died in Dudley.
Hospitals across the region are limiting visitors to try to stop the spread of coronavirus.
As well as elections for the West Midlands Mayor and Police and Crime Commissioner, the following councils were expecting to be holding elections for some of their seats on 7 May.
- Cannock Chase District Council
- Coventry City Council
- Dudley Council
- Nuneaton and Bedworth District Council
- Sandwell Council
- Solihull Council
- Walsall Council
- City of Wolverhampton Council
- Redditch Borough Council
- Rugby Borough Council
- Tamworth Borough Council
- Worcester City Council
The mayoral and local elections in England postponed for one year due to coronavirus outbreak, it has just been announced.
There were due to be 12 council elections in May, plus the election to choose a mayor for the West Midlands.
The Police and Crime Commissioner elections have also been postponed.
The annual Warwickshire Federation of Women's Institutes is postponing its annual meeting because of the risk of coronavirus.
The event which was set to take place on 30 March usually attracts about 900 people.
It will now be held on 22 June, the federation said.
Three of the eight coronavirus deaths in the UK so far have been in the West Midlands - in Nuneaton, Dudley and Wolverhampton.
This graphic from Public Health England showed the state of play before the seventh and eighth deaths were confirmed last night and how the number of cases is steadily rising.
Here is a BBC guide to coronavirus and what you can do to protect yourself.
BBC Weather presenter
A cloudy start to tonight, but there'll be some clear spells later and a chance of showers early tomorrow. Low: 2C (36F).
Bright or sunny spells tomorrow and mainly dry with again just the chance of the odd shower. High: 9C (48F).
Get the latest forecast from the BBC Weather website.
BBC Weather presenter
Long, bright, sunny spells for much of today with a small chance of a shower. Feeling mild and breezy with a high of 12C/54F.
Cloudy this evening followed by some clear spells overnight and again the chance of a shower in the early hours of tomorrow. Low: 3C/37F.
Stay up-to-date with the latest weather forecast for your area by going to the BBC Weather website.
George Eliot Hospital, in Nuneaton, says it's "fully operational" as it cares for a patient who has a confirmed case of coronavirus.
There are four Covid-19 cases in Warwickshire, government figures show.
"All staff who have had contact with the patient have already been traced and have been given guidance in line with Public Health England advice," said the hospital in a statement.
"Patients should attend their appointments as normal and staff should continue to come to work unless advised otherwise.”
A primary school is closing for a deep clean following a suspected case of coronavirus in one of the parents closely connected with the school.
The Dassett Church of England Primary School in Southam will be closed today and will reopen on Tuesday, a post on its Facebook page said.
Head teacher Suzanne Corry said: "We anticipate that school will be open as normal".
There are three confirmed cases in Warwickshire, government figures showed.
Six cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across Coventry and Warwickshire, government figures show.
One patient is being treated at Coventry's University Hospital.
The risk to the general public "remains low," Lilz Gaulton, the city council's director of public health said.
There are now four cases confirmed in the county.
St Gabriel's Catholic Primary and Pre-School in Tamworth says it'll be carrying out a thorough clean of the building.
Meanwhile, Wolverhampton Council has confirmed the city's first positive case.
The authority said it was in the process of contacting people who had been in close contact with the patient.
People in Warwickshire are being warned not to speculate about coronavirus after the county council said a nursery had wrongly stated there had been a confirmed case.
The authority said the nursery had put out an incorrect statement on Facebook about a child's sibling having the Covid-19 strain.
But Warwickshire County Council said, as of lunchtime today, there were no confirmed cases in Coventry or Warwickshire.
Chief executive Monica Fogarty urged people to use reliable sources for their information.
"If there is a confirmed case, it will only be on the Public Health England website so things like local Facebook and Twitter pages will not have an accurate picture and speculation is simply that."
The BBC website has information on what you can do to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
BBC Weather presenter
Any showers should ease tonight, with clouds breaking up to leave clear skies. A widespread frost is expected. Low: -2C/28F.
Things will start off dry and sunny tomorrow before turning cloudy with a band of showers forecast in the afternoon. High: 9C/48F.
You can keep up to date on the latest forecast for your area by going to the BBC Weather website.
Warwickshire Police is going to train more of its officers to use Tasers after a successful bid for Home Office funding.
At the moment 20% of its officers are trained to use the stun guns and this will increase to 28% over the next two years.
Assistant Chief Constable Debbie Tedds said Tasers were "an important tool" for her officers and "often just the mere presence of a Taser is enough of a deterrent to bring such situations to a quick and safe conclusion".
BBC Weather presenter
Sunny start to Wednesday before turning cloudy with a chance of rain later on. High: 7C/45F.
Then a wet start to the night which should gradually clear during the early hours. Low: 2C/36F.
Get a latest forecast at any other time from the BBC Weather website.
It will be a clear and dry night which will feel chilly with lows of -1C (30F).
Tomorrow, bands of rain will spread in from the southwest through the morning and into the afternoon.
You can find a detailed forecast for your area on the BBC Weather site.