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A lot happened on Saturday, as cases of Covid-19 across the globe surpassed 1.1 million and deaths rose above 62,000, here is a round-up of Saturday's key news:
- In the UK, a five-year-old child was one of 708 people to die, in the highest death toll the country has seen in a single day so far. As hospital admissions have gone up in the Midlands and elsewhere, the head of NHS England said there was a long road ahead and appealed to everyone to remain at home wherever possible
- During the government's daily briefing, minister Michael Gove described conspiracy theories linking the 5G mobile phone network to the coronavirus as "dangerous nonsense"
- New York reported a record 630 deaths in 24 hours, as President Donald Trump announced that federal assistance would be focused on areas most in need
- While the death toll in Italy rose to over 15,000, the head of the country's civil protection signalled some positive news, as the number of patients in intensive care fell for the first time. The daily reported number of deaths has been falling gradually in the past eight days
- In Spain, 809 people died in the last 24 hours - the first time in three days that the daily death toll has been under 900. Spain's prime minister said the country was "close to passing the peak of infections" but extended lockdown measures until 26 April
- Meanwhile in France, the number of deaths rose to 7,560
- In the United Arab Emirates, Dubai announced a two-week lockdown to help confront the virus