We're pausing our live coverage for now, but we'll be back with the latest coronavirus updates from tomorrow morning.
A lot has happened today, so here's a quick recap:
- The global death toll has now passed 30,000, with some nations marking their own sombre landmarks
- Deaths in the UK passed 1,000, hitting a total of 1,019; Spain's death toll exceeded 5,000, reaching 5,690; and Italy's death toll surpassed 10,000, with a new total of 10,023. Overall deaths in Europe exceeded 20,000 for the first time
- US President Donald Trump told reporters that he was thinking of placing a quarantine on New York, Connecticut and New Jersey - but New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he did not see how that could be legally enforceable
- In positive news, the Chinese city of Wuhan, where the virus first emerged late last year, has partially reopened after more than two months in isolation
- South Korea also says it has more people who have recovered from the virus than are currently infected
- And the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new test that can positively detect the coronavirus in just five minutes