London's COVID situation is 'critical and threatens to overwhelm NHS'
BREAKING: London's mayor declares a "major incident", saying COVID-19 situation is critical and threatens to overwhelm hospitals
People have been able to hug relatives in care homes for the first time since March - provided they test negative for COVID-19.
The government has promised to deliver rapid testing kits to all care homes in England by 18 December to make the process easier.
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