The Knightsbridge stalwart, which stayed open during the Blitz, closed on March 23. Speaking to the Sunday Times, managing director Michael Ward revealed the store's reopening plans.
Professor Chris Whitty, the popular Chief Medical Officer, and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance have made it clear they believe the current guidance on safe distancing should stay.
Hugh Mullally, 65, called his family shortly before he was transferred to ICU in Bath where he was placed into an induced coma to give his body time to battle the Covid-19 infection.
New research into HDL cholesterol has questioned its status as being 'good' for heart health and in high concentrations can even cause problems and possible increase the risk of an attack.
DR ELLIE CANNON has criticised Miley Cyrus, pictured, for wearing a face mask incorrectly by leaving it dangling under her chin where it cannot catch any cough or sneeze droplets.
A Daily Mail poll discovers hospital operations as well as GP and dental treatment have been delayed. A fifth of patients have not seen their doctor due to worrying about contracting the virus.
DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: Those venturing out in London's most deprived areas in the first weeks of lockdown might have witnessed teenagers flocking to McDonalds.
The CDC held its first press briefing since March on Friday to issue new guidelines for group gatherings as states reopen. Officials pointed to increased testing as the reason for case increases.
Scientists at Scripps Research have identified the mutation that super-charged the particularly infectious variant of coronavirus by giving it more spikes which are flexible and less fragile.
An official report by the UK's top vet said household pets may carry the virus on their fur, which risks spreading the disease from person to person.
A new study led by the Karolinska Institutet, in Stockholm, Sweden, found that 31% of young US men reported having no sex in the last year, a drop from 19% from men who reported the same in 2002.
A new report from the Coalition for the Homeless found the homeless mortality rate for those sleeping in shelters was 321 deaths per 100,000 people - 61% higher than the citywide population.
In a new study from Yale School of Medicine found that coronavirus patients with low levels of a blood protein, renalase, are more likely to be put on a ventilator and more likely to die.
A new study found that eight cities that had 'substantial' spread of coronavirus were all on a narrow band of latitude with similar cold temperatures and low levels of humidity.
Researchers say coronavirus has mutated only about two dozen times meaning strains that have hit Europe and the US are very similar the original virus that originated in Wuhan.