Thank you for following our updates - we're now wrapping up the live page for today but before we go, here's a quick recap of Thursday's main developments:
- It is estimated that one in 400 people in England currently has coronavirus, according to a survey of 11,000 people
- The UK government has agreed to a £1.6bn bailout of Transport for London, which runs underground trains and buses in the capital
- The first moves to ease lockdown in Northern Ireland will begin next week, with Arlene Foster announcing garden centres and recycling centres can reopen from Monday
- The first cases of coronavirus have reached the world's largest refugee camp - in Bangladesh
- In the US, Senate Intelligence Committee chairman Richard Burr has stepped aside amid an insider trading inquiry related to the pandemic
- And Dr Rick Bright, the ousted director of a US government vaccine agency, testified that unless virus planning steps up the country could be headed for "the darkest winter in modern history"
You've been kept up to date today (from morning in Asia to evening in the UK) by a team of writers and editors in Singapore, Sydney, Delhi and the UK. They are: Yvette Tan, Andreas Ilmer, Frances Mao, Krutika Pathi, Anna Jones, Owen Amos, Joel Gunter, Tom Spender, Georgina Rannard, Kevin Ponniah, Vicky Baker, Yaroslav Lukov, Tom Gerken, Alice Evans, Matt Henry, Michael Emons, Steve Sutcliffe, Matt Cannon and Ella Wills.