That's all from us for today. Thanks for joining our live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.
We'll be back tomorrow with more updates from the UK and around the world.
Before we go, let's take a look at today's headlines.
In the UK:
- The education secretary has been urged to launch a review into the handling of A-level and GCSE results after exams were cancelled due to coronavirus. Earlier, he said he was "incredibly sorry for the distress" caused to pupils
- Beauty salons and nail bars are among businesses in Leicester allowed to reopen from Wednesday in a further easing of local lockdown restrictions
- Twice as many adults in Britain are reporting symptoms of depression now compared with this time last year, official figures suggest
- Another 12 people have died in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus and a further 1,089 people have tested positive for the virus
- Health Secretary Matt Hancock has confirmed Public Health England (PHE) will be replaced by a new body focused on preparing for external threats like pandemics, as critics say ministers have used PHE as a scapegoat for coronavirus failings
- Aerospace firm Bombardier has said a further 95 jobs are at risk of redundancy at its aircraft manufacturing plant in Belfast.
Around the world:
- France announced it was making masks compulsory in most shared workplaces from 1 September, with individual offices exempt
- People in their 20s, 30s and 40s unaware they are infected are driving the spread of coronavirus, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned
- The WHO also said cases in the Americas region had reached almost 11.5 million and that more than 400,000 people had died because of the virus
- Chancellor Angela Merkel said there should be no further easing of coronavirus restrictions in Germany after cases in the country doubled over the past three weeks
- Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinopharm announced it was expecting to have a vaccine by the end of the year
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