With many doctors being put under pressure, recently retired doctors being called back to work, and various health workers being re-trained to deal with COVID-19, let's spare a thought for the new junior doctors - those who have been pulled out of medical school before their final exams and pushed into the new and foreign world of being a qualified doctor, amongst front line hospital staff.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has eased lockdown restrictions in Nigeria despite daily records of coronavirus increasing in the country.
Supermarkets across the UK are struggling to keep up with the spike in demand for dried yeast as people turn to baking to pass the time in quarantine.
Four in ten people in Bournemouth live in a flat with no outdoor space.
The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) have experienced a threefold increase of people wanting to sit licensing exams since the goverment rules on lockdown.
220 homeless people who used to live on the street for years have been given safe shelters with three meals per day and support of essential needs across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. Homelessness is expected to end in 2027.
Being a basketball free agent during the off-season under normal conditions can bring quite a bit of uncertainty. Add a worldwide lockdown into the mix, and the future becomes that much more uncertain.
A group of Brazilian friends, the "Heroes of Joy", have decided to tackle quarantine by using their free time to help people in need during the coronavirus pandemic.