We’re leaving our daily live coverage now, but here’s a reminder of the main developments today.
- More than five million people in the UK have had a second dose of a coronavirus vaccine; it means nearly one in 10 adults have had their full jab
- From 12 April, care home residents in England will be allowed two regular visitors indoors, as the government relaxes the rules
- Seven people in the UK have died from unusual blood clots after getting the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, the medicines regulator has confirmed to the BBC. It is still not clear if they are just a coincidence or a genuine side effect of the vaccine
- Police in Wales have been given special powers after crowds gathered in Cardiff Bay on Friday evening, despite coronavirus restrictions still being in place. Cardiff council said a significant amount of rubbish had been left by "large groups of people intent on breaking Covid-19 restrictions"
- Italy has entered a strict three-day lockdown to try to prevent a surge in Covid-19 cases over Easter, as the country battles a third wave, with about 20,000 new cases a day
- The Czech Republic's Foreign Minister Tomas Petricek has attacked the prime minister Andrej Babis over his decision to join Austria in attempting to veto the EU's planned vaccine redistribution effort
- Poland reported another 28,073 new coronavirus infections and 571 deaths on Saturday but the numbers are starting to decline, officials say. The country is currently in a three-week partial lockdown after a surge in cases largely brought about by the rampant UK variant
- Ukraine has registered a record increase in Covid-19 infections - more than 20,000 new cases in a day for the first time since the pandemic began. Nearly 400 more people died with the virus over 24 hours, health minister Maxim Stepanov said
- The Philippines is to extend a lockdown in the capital, Manila, and four surrounding provinces amid fears that hospitals will be overwhelmed by a surge in coronavirus cases
Updates were brought to you today by Jo Couzens, Doug Faulkner, David Walker and Claire Heald. Join us again tomorrow.