There are growing fears among doctors that there will be a second peak of coronavirus infections, as the lockdown restrictions are eased in England.
We’ve been speaking to staff at one of the hospitals worst affected by the pandemic in the UK — the Royal London in East London — which serves the densely-populated area of Tower Hamlets.
Hundreds of people have died there, with people from ethnic minority backgrounds particularly affected. Medical staff say a rise in cases is now inevitable as people have more contact with each other.
Huw Edwards presents a BBC News at Ten special report from Clive Myrie, producer Sam Piranty and cameraman Davy McIlveen.