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Here’s some of the biggest developments from today.
- More than 30,000 people have died worldwide from the virus.
- Spain has recorded a new grim daily record of deaths with 838 in 24 hours.
- In the UK, a further 209 people were confirmed to have died in the last 24 hours, raising the death toll to 1,228. Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned that things would get worse before they get better.
- England's Chief Medical Officer Dr Jenny Harries warned it could be six months before life "returns to normal".
- Australia has tightened its restrictions on movement. Public gatherings are now limited to just two people. Playgrounds, outdoor gyms and parks will close from Monday.
- Italy recorded 756 new deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 10,779.
- France reported 292 new deaths from the coronavirus outbreak bringing its total to 2,606, according to AFP news agency.
- In the US, President Donald Trump has extended the country's social distancing guidelines an additional month - to 30 April. He says that he expects the US to be well on the way to recovery by 1 June.
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