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UK Coronavirus Press Conference Round-Up: The press conference with Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ended, and it's fair to say there's quite a lot to take in.
Here are the key points:
Everyone in the UK is now being advised to avoid "non-essential" contact with others and "unnecessary" travel.
People are also being asked to work from home "where they possibly can", and avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and social venues .
People are now being advised to stay at home for 14 days if they, or anyone in their household, has either a high temperature or a "new and continuous cough" .
People in at-risk groups will be asked within days to be "largely shielded from social contact" for 12 weeks.
The UK is to scale up coronavirus testing in the coming weeks. From tomorrow (Tuesday 17th March), mass gatherings will no longer be provided with emergency workers.
Mr Johnson said he recognised the government was now "asking a lot of everybody", and the UK had not seen "anything like it in peace time".
But he said "drastic action" was now needed - otherwise cases in the UK could double every five to six days.