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Will, who has mobility problems, walked 1.5km a day in June for staff at Arrowe Park Hospital.
Staff at a care home have opened up about the challenges they faced amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Will only used to be able to walk 100m three months ago, but now he's completing 26 miles in June.
A six-year-old boy with a rare brain condition which affects his mobility is walking a marathon for charity.
Non-essential shops reopen for the first time in England since the Covid-19 lockdown was introduced.
After almost three months of lockdown, non-essential shops in Liverpool One shopping centre have reopened.
Fifty stores are trading again from today and social distancing measures are in place.
Visitors are asked to keep the left of walkways and "take your time" to "avoid bumping into anyone".
Escalators, hand rails and toilets will be "sanitised" every hour, Liverpool One said on its website.
There is still no date for when restaurants can fully trade again.
People are queuing around two corners in Liverpool to get into the city's Primark store this morning as rules for shops are relaxed in England after the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
The clothing chain has been closed since 23 March and does not offer online shopping.
The queue snaked around two corners of the shop building on Church Street and into School Lane with managers reminding people to maintain two metres social distancing.
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Edward Perry, managing director of Knowsley Safari, said it was "very good news" that zoos and safari parks are allowed to reopen from Monday but it "should have been sooner".
"Knowsley Safari has been ready for the past week to safely open to the public and we still can’t understand why it’s been OK for people to jump in their cars to go and get Big Macs, but not to come and see our big cats," he said.
Mr Perry said they were "very much" looking forward to welcoming the public back.