That's it from us for today - thanks for staying with us!
We will be resuming our coronavirus live coverage soon. Just to recap, here are some of today's key developments:
- The public in England have been warned that they face fines if they fail to follow new face covering rules being introduced on 15 June
- Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey said he was "ready to take action" to help the UK economy weather the coronavirus crisis
- Latin America recorded more than 1.5 million virus cases and 70,000 deaths, with Brazil being the worst hit
- Italy's top-flight football returned after 96 days, albeit behind closed doors
- In Tanzania, several doctors said that Covid-19 was spreading fast - despite the government's claim that the pandemic was over
- In southern and western US states, coronavirus cases rose following the Memorial Day holiday weekend in late May, it was reported
- Globally, there have been 7.5 million confirmed cases and more than 420,000 recorded deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data
Our journalists around the world produce this live coverage, the contributors today were: Owen Amos, Andreas Illmer, Saira Asher, Frances Mao, Anna Jones, Hazel Shearing, Thomas Spender, Georgina Rannard, Steven Sutcliffe, Jasmine Taylor-Coleman, Robert Corp, Joseph Lee, Matthew Henry, Matt Cannon, Gary Kitchener, Yaroslav Lukov, Ritu Prasad, Jonathan Jurejko and Mal Siret.
Like many of you, we are often working from home because of lockdown restrictions. Jonathan sent this selfie from his desk in England.