Thanks for tuning in to today's live coverage. We're wrapping things up now but before we go, here's some of the biggest stories of the day.
- There have now been more than 2.2 million confirmed cases worldwide and 153,000 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University
- China has revised its death toll in the city of Wuhan by 50%, adding a further 1,290 fatalities. The figures bring the death toll in the city to 3,869 and the national toll to more than 4,600
- In the US, Vice-President Mike Pence said that states have enough tests to implement phase one of reopening. It comes a day after President Trump unveiled his plan to reopen the country
- Germany has said its outbreak is now under control following a four-week lockdown. Each virus carrier in the country is infecting less than one person on average
- The World Health Organization (WHO) has cautioned countries against investing too much in antibody tests. The WHO says there is "no evidence" that having had the virus would guarantee immunity
- France has distanced itself from US claims that Covid-19 originated in a lab in the Chinese city of Wuhan. President Macron's office said there was no evidence this was true
- A UK government scheme to release prisoners early in order to help jails cope with coronavirus has been suspended after six offenders were freed by mistake
- A vaccine taskforce has been announced in the UK. It will bring together experts in government, industry and academia to speed up the search for a vaccine
- Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says the WHO has issues that need to be inspected when the pandemic is overToday's coverage was brought to you from BBC reporters in Singapore, London and Washington DC by Owen Amos, Andreas Illmer, Krutikha Pathi, Yvette Tan, Tessa Wong, Kelly-Leigh Cooper, Alex Bysouth, Doug Faulkner, Steve Sutcliffe, Sean Fanning, Rebecca Seales, Hugo Bachega, Sophie Williams, Jonathan Jurejko, Dulcie Lee, Jennifer Scott, Lucy Webster, Jasmine Taylor-Coleman, Max Matza, Robin Levinson-King, Helier Cheung and Jude Sheerin.