Stagecoach and First buses are making temporary changes to services across Yorkshire from Monday.
There are fears for the wellbeing of football fans after it was announced the English Football Association have postponed games until 30 April at the earliest.
Another 259 people have died in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus - with at least 13 of them having no underlying health problems.
Boris Johnson has raised the prospect of stricter lockdown measures in a letter that will be sent to every household in the UK.
Hundreds of frontline NHS staff are being tested this weekend to find out if they have had coronavirus at a drive-through facility at a theme park.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are backing extra support for mental health during the coronavirus outbreak, saying that "by pulling together and taking simple steps each day, we can all be better prepared for the times ahead".
A man who was rushed into intensive care after contracting COVID-19 has told Sky News how his terrifying ordeal began when a bad cough turned into a collapsed lung.
Videos have emerged of desperate people in Italy begging for help because they have run out of money and food.
The number of people to have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Italy has gone up another 889, taking the death toll there to 10,023.
China is building a fortress against coronavirus.
This is what I observed after spending the day in Alexandra, an impoverished and badly overcrowded township in Johannesburg.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has had her leave from an Iranian prison extended by two weeks - and she is being considered for clemency.
Killing Eve has delighted fans by announcing the third season will be released two weeks early.
As schools and nurseries around the world shut down due to coronavirus, two Hollywood actresses are doing their bit to help children in need.
Madonna has paid tribute to her Desperately Seeking Susan co-star Mark Blum who has died after contracting coronavirus.
Bob Dylan has released a new song - Murder Most Foul - about the assassination of John F Kennedy.
Evangeline Lilly has apologised for her "arrogant" comments about coronavirus, telling fans she is now doing her bit "to flatten the curve".
A vicar was left red-faced after accidentally setting his arm on fire while recording a virtual sermon.
Lakeside homes in the US have been covered in three feet of ice after two days of gale-force winds.
Researchers believe they have solved the mystery surrounding dogs' noses and why they are so cold.
Donald Trump's former physician has revealed he used to put cauliflower in the US president's mashed potatoes in his failed efforts to help him lose weight.
Several images of wanted suspects have been created on pancakes by a police force which is asking the public for help to "whisk them away" on Shrove Tuesday.