We're pausing our live coverage, but we'll be back later on Monday.
For now, here's a look at some of Sunday's key news stories:
- The UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital, 10 days after he tested positive for coronavirus. He is expected to remain there overnight for what Downing Street described as "routine tests"
- The Queen has said the UK "will succeed" in its fight against the pandemic, in a rallying message to the nation
- In the UK's daily coronavirus briefing, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he "cannot rule out further steps" being introduced in terms of social distancing - but that none are imminent
- Hours later, Scotland's chief medical officer, Dr Catherine Calderwood, resigned after it emerged she had visited her second home, despite the lockdown measures
- Italy reported that 525 people had died in the previous 24 hours - the lowest daily figure since 19 March
- Another 674 people died in Spain - the lowest daily death toll in over a week
- Singapore, meanwhile, reported its biggest daily jump in coronavirus cases - with 120 reported in 24 hours, according to Reuters news agency
- US Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned that the coming week would be "the saddest week of most Americans' lives"
- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he would speak to US President Donald Trump to try to resolve a dispute over mask exports