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A lot has happened today. To re-cap, here are some of the main headlines.
- More than one million people worldwide have now tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the count kept by Johns Hopkins University in the US. The number of cases has doubled from last week
- Of those, more than 51,000 people have died. However, more than 200,000 have recovered after testing positive
- The World Bank has launched a $1.9bn emergency fund to help 25 countries deal with the outbreak - starting with India, which is on a three-week lockdown
- In the UK, Health Secretary Matt Hancock set a goal of 100,000 tests in England per day by the end of the month. His pledge came just before people across the country clapped and cheered for NHS staff and other key workers
- And in the US, the new weekly unemployment claims hit a record high of 6.6 million. President Donald Trump also issued strict new guidelines to care homes, to "protect elderly Americans" and the authorities in New York City ask anyone leaving their home to wear a facemask
- The latest data from Italy suggests the outbreak there is stabilising. Positive cases rose by 3.1% compared to 3.8% the previous day. But the daily number of deaths has increased again slightly, rising to 760 from 727 reported on Wednesday