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A little girl who is the only person in the world with a rare "Benjamin Button" disease has gone viral on Tik-Tok after heartwarming videos of her in isolation racked up over a million views

***EXCLUSIVE*** Isla Kilpatrick-Screaton, three, has become an online sensation since her family uploaded adorable footage of her making a love heart for her mum Stacey. Clips of the youngster dancing in the garden have also been seen hundreds of thousands of times as she self-isolates due to her ultra-rare condition. Isla is the only one in the world with a strand of mandibuloacral dysplasia - which causes rapid ageing of the cells and gives her an appearance older than her years. It means she is in the high-risk coronavirus category and is having to self-isolate for 12 weeks at the family's home in Leicester. Mum Stacey, 33, and dad Kyle, 36, decided to start making the videos as a way to keep Isla and seven-year-old sister Paige entertained during the pandemic lockdown.

An award-winning assistant headteacher has been hailed a hero for walking over five miles a day to deliver food to kids on free school meals struggling during coronavirus

***EXCLUSIVE*** Zane Powles has handed out 75 lunches every day since the schools closed due to the pandemic on Friday March 20. During his daily 1 hour and 45 minute deliveries, the 47-year-old knocks on the door and leaves the parcel on the front step before waiting at a safe distance until the sandwich bag is picked up. Zane, who works at Western primary school in Grimsby, Lincs., said: "It’s about making sure vulnerable kids get at least one decent meal.“People are risking their lives on the front line or delivering medicines as a volunteer, and I’m doing this because it’s the right thing to do to help where I can.“It’s important that I’m doing my bit in the national effort – as we go through this crisis as a country together.

CovMitt-19 safety gloves add colour to keeping safe during the coronavirus pandemic

California, United States: It may be hard to lighten the mood in these strange times, but these „Quarantine CovMitt-19” Retractable Safety Gloves’ will certainly add colour to your day. While we are encouraged to wash our hands more often, these £10 silicon pouches cover your hands when you must be in contact with surfaces. They come in animal shapes including monkey, pig, duck and mouse, and a range of colours. A retractable clip leash allows them to be clipped to your belt for easy access and use. CovMitt-19 is the brainchild of California-based Dewey Tann, who suggests uses such as to „keep your hands clean when opening unknown unsanitary doors, knobs, drawers and even those nasty pin pads at the register.” Dewey adds: „These puppet mittens can help lighten up the mood, keep things fun, but still serious. Keep yourself as virusgermcooties-free as possible.” They are dishwasher safe and can also be used as oven mitts.

Deer take over East London

Deer roam into East London during lockdown as wildlife takes advantage of social distancing from humans.

A sports-mad man has turned his car into a mobile DRIVING RANGE - and is using it to beat boredom during the coronavirus lockdown

***EXCLUSIVE*** John Imrie, 27, decided to renovate the "banger" with pal Kurt Hill, 31, after the pair took a road trip and struggled to find places to get their golf fix. The duo then covered the £400 Daihatsu Charade with artificial turf after returning home - and started whacking balls from the roof.