One of the cruelest parts of the Coronavirus crisis is the impact on funerals and families burying the dead. Social distancing rules mean at most 10 people can attend a funeral – keeping 2 metres apart. Meanwhile the government has warned banks they must help small businesses with emergency loans. And in the United States more than 200,000 cases of Coronavirus have now been recorded – with President Trump telling Americans they face “a great national trial”. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reports from Ireland Correspondent Emma Vardy, Business Correspondent Andy Verity and North America Editor Jon Sopel.
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