That's all from us today as we pause our live page.
Here is a reminder of some of the stories we have brought you throughout the day.
- The UK recorded its lowest daily coronavirus death figure since lockdown began, with Scotland and Northern Ireland recording no new deaths
- Sage scientist Prof John Edmunds told the Andrew Marr Show that delaying lockdown "cost lives", though Health Secretary Matt Hancock insisted the government "took the right decisions at the right time"
- Black Lives Matter demonstrations have continued around the world despite health warnings against mass gatherings, with protesters in Bristol pulling down a statue of a slave trader
- The number of people confirmed to have died of coronavirus globally passed 400,000, according to the latest figures from the Johns Hopkins University
- In Brazil, the government has removed months of Covid-19 data from its website amid criticism of President Jair Bolsonaro's handling of the pandemic
- And the Vatican has announced there are no more cases of coronavirus among Holy See employees and others in the Vatican City
Those who contributed to the live page throughout the day included Paul Kirby, Alix Kroeger, Mal Sirat, Mary O'Connor, Saj Chowdhury, Jasmine Taylor-Coleman, Alex Therrien, Gary Rose, Alexandra Fouché, Doug Faulkner and Matthew Henry.
Thanks for joining us and have a good evening.