Virus kills 100 frontline staff: Today's front pages

Advising people in the general community to wear masks “would backfire” if increased demand left healthcare workers unable to access personal protective equipment (PPE), The Times reports. The Daily Telegraph reports on a potential rift within Cabinet as it says Number 10 “casts doubt” over Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s “arbitrary” pledge to test 100,000 people per day for the virus. The Sun praises the “Grand Bold Duke” of Edinburgh for his expression of gratitude to NHS workers, which the paper says took place as his “grandson Harry moaned in Los Angeles about the press”.