After a day in which governments around the world sought to slow the spread of the coronavirus, we are pausing our live coverage.
But we'll continue to bring you updates across the BBC News website.
So for now, here are the latest headlines:
- The UK announced that cafes, pubs and restaurants must close from Friday night. The government also said it would pay 80% of wages for employees who are not able to work
- The US suspended all non-essential traffic across its borders with both Mexico and Canada. Several states ordered residents to stay at home
- Italy, already one of the worst affected countries, reported 627 more deaths - the largest daily increase since the outbreak began
- And the US said data from Italy indicated the death rate for men was double that for women
- Meanwhile, cases increased in countries in Africa where restrictions to people's movements were stepped up
- But China, where the virus originated last year, reported no new domestic cases for the second consecutive day
- The total death toll passed 10,000, while confirmed cases rose above 250,000
- And the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a warning to young people. "You are not invincible," he said. "The choices you make about where you go could be the difference between life and death for someone else"
But we leave you with this video diary from the world's greatest marathon runner, Eliud Kipchoge, who is self-isolating: