Thanks for being with us during another busy day as the world continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic. Some of the main developments today:
- President Donald Trump attacked his ally, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, over his aggressive reopening plan for his state, saying: "I wasn't happy with it"
- At a video-summit, EU leaders agreed a new €540bn (£470bn; $575bn) emergency fund to protect European workers, businesses and countries worst hit by the outbreak
- The WHO revealed a "deeply concerning" estimate that half of European Covid-19 deaths have occurred in care homes
- In the UK, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said there would be a huge contact tracing effort, hiring 18,000 people to track who has had the virus and who they might have spread it to
- China has pledged an additional $30m to the World Health Organization, one week after President Donald Trump suspended US funding of the body over its handling of coronavirus
- The first human trial in Europe of a coronavirus vaccine has begun in Oxford. Two volunteers were injected - the first of more than 800 people recruited for the study.
Today's live page was written by our journalists in Australia, Singapore, India, the UK and US: Anna Jones, Yvette Tan, Andreas Illmer, Krutika Pathi, Frances Mao, Kelly-Leigh Cooper, Alexandra Fouche, Rebecca Morton, Dulcie Lee, Saj Chowdhury, Michael Emons, Emlyn Begley, Marie Jackson, Rob Greenall, Lucy Webster, Paul Seddon, Yaroslav Lukov, Holly Hondereich, Ritu Prasad, Ian Youngs, Helier Cheung and Jude Sheerin.