We're pausing our live coverage for now, but we'll continue to bring you updates across the BBC News website until our teams in Asia pick things up.
Here's what you need to know:
- Millions of people in the UK spent their first day living with unprecedented restrictions on their daily lives. The number of deaths in the country rose by 87 to 422
- A new temporary hospital that will hold up to 4,000 patients was announced in London
- Elsewhere, India imposed a nationwide lockdown on its 1.3 billion citizens in a bid to slow the spread of the virus. A reported 2.6 billion people around the world are now living under similarly tight restrictions
- Europe remains at the centre of the pandemic. The death toll in Spain jumped by 514 in a single day and officials in Italy also reported a sharp rise. But the number of new infections in Italy, which is the worst affected country in terms of deaths, appeared to be slowing down
- In the US, New York's governor said the federal government was not sending enough equipment to combat the crisis. The state has been hit especially hard by the virus
- It came as the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that the US had the potential to become the new epicentre of the pandemic
- The Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics were postponed by a year
- Global coronavirus cases surpassed 400,000, according to data collated by Johns Hopkins University. Almost 17,000 people have now died, while more than 100,000 have recovered
As always, you can find our latest stories on the coronavirus here.
And, given that many of you will be reading this while in isolation, we leave you with this video that explains why staying at home is a good idea: