We're closing our live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic for today but we’ll be back tomorrow.
In the meantime, here's a look back at some of the biggest developments we've been bringing you from the UK and around the world:
- Nearly four million cases of coronavirus infections have now been reported in the US, according to the Johns Hopkins University pandemic tracker
- Less than 12 hours before face coverings become mandatory in England's shops, the government released new guidelines
- Nicola Sturgeon announced that people who have been advised to stay at home and shield in Scotland will be allowed to visit shops, pubs and restaurants from Friday
- Brazil has registered a record number of new coronavirus cases - more than 67,000 over the course of the past day. The health ministry also reported almost 1,300 deaths in that period
- More than 10,000 health workers have tested positive for coronavirus in sub-Saharan Africa, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)
- Uganda has recorded the country's first coronavirus death, according to a tweet from the ministry of health
- Dyson announced it is cutting 600 jobs in the UK and a further 300 worldwide as the coronavirus impact speeds up the company's restructuring plans
Today's live page was written and edited by Andreas Illmer, Sophie Williams, Flora Drury, Katie Wright, Alex Kleiderman, Jo Couzens, Victoria Bisset, Joshua Cheetham and Max Matza.