We're pausing our live coverage for now, but we'll still be providing updates across the BBC News website. You can also scroll through this live page to see events as they happened today.
Here are some of the biggest developments:
- France, Spain and Italy all recorded their highest death tolls for a single day. Italy saw 368 deaths bring its total to 1,809 - the highest outside of China. Spain recorded 97 more deaths for a total of 288, and France reported 29 deaths, bringing the national total to 120.
- The UK also saw a single-day record, with 14 new deaths and a total of 35. Health Minister Matt Hancock told the BBC that, "within weeks," people aged 70 or over are will be asked to self-isolate "for a very long time."
- The US has cut interest rates to almost zero and launched a $700bn stimulus programme in a bid to shore up its the economy.
- Germany and the Czech Republic will impose temporary controls on their borders to stop coronavirus spreading
- In neighbouring Austria, the government has banned gatherings of more the five people and ordered the closure of schools and shops