That's it for our Wednesday live page coverage.
Here's a look at some of the most significant developments from around the globe:
- More than 1.5m people have been infected with Covid-19 worldwide and at least 88,338 people have died
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson is "improving" after two nights in intensive care with coronavirus, now sitting up in bed and "engaging positively" with his medical team
- For a second consecutive day, deaths in Spain have risen - reaching nearly 15,000 - after earlier hope that the country's daily toll was declining
- A Saudi Arabian-led coalition fighting Houthi forces in Yemen has declared a ceasefire, according to officials, amid a growing virus threat in Saudi Arabia
- The director general of the WHO warned of politicising the coronavirus pandemic, saying it would result in “many more body bags", apparently in response to criticism from US President Donald Trump
- Mr Trump renewed his criticism of the WHO on Wednesday, saying the US would reevaluate its current funding
We'll be back with further coverage on Thursday.