Thanks for joining us today as we've brought you the latest coronavirus news from the UK and around the world.
Here are some of the main headlines from today:
- The UK has identified 77 cases of the coronavirus variant first detected in South Africa, Health Secretary Matt Hancock says. They're linked to travellers arriving in the UK, rather than having been transmitted in the community
- It comes as government ministers prepare to meet on Monday to consider imposing tougher restrictions on people arriving in the UK from abroad
- Three quarters of all over-80s in the UK have now received their first vaccine, with a similar percentage of care-home residents having had their first jab too
- Staff are scared to go to work at the UK vehicle licensing agency's contact centre in Swansea where 500 workers have contracted coronavirus since the pandemic began, a union claims
- Police have issued more than £15,000 in fines after 300 people attended an illegal rave in a railway arch in Hackney, east London, on Saturday night
- More than 25 million cases of coronavirus have now been confirmed across the United States, with experts saying the true number is likely to be higher. More than 417,500 people have died with the virus in the US. President Joe Biden warned the death toll could get much worse, saying: "Let me be clear - things will continue to get worse before they get better."
- New Zealand has reported its first case of Covid-19 outside of a quarantine facility in more than two months. Health officials said a 56-year-old woman who had recently returned from Europe tested positive days after completing a compulsory two-week period of managed isolation
Today's live page was brought to you by Victoria Lindrea, Sophie Williams, Paul Gribben and Lauren Turner. We'll be back with more on Monday morning.