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Coronavirus cases worldwide are climbing towards 1.3 million as deaths approach 70,000.
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Here are a few of the UK front pages for Monday, 6 April 2020 following the news last night that the Prime Minister has been hospitalised and the Queen’s speech, only the fifth special televised broadcast, other than Christmas messages, of her long reign.
News of Boris Johnson’s hospitalisation came just as the Daily Mirror’s first edition splash on the Queen’s address had been sent to press – here’s how the page one was ‘changed up’ #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/Pf9mlRYhP5