We're wrapping things up now - thanks for for joining us for our live coverage.
But before we go, here's a quick recap of the main developments in the past 24 hours:
- The number of coronavirus-related deaths in the US has now surpassed 41,000 - by far the highest toll anywhere in the world
- The governor of New York state - the worst-hit area in America - said the outbreak was "slowing, not growing"
- Europe saw some encouraging signs, with Italy, Spain, France and the UK all reporting a drop in daily death tolls
- In the UK, the education secretary said there were "no plans" to open schools in England over summer
- The number of infections in Latin America exceeded 100,000, with more than 5,000 deaths reported. Brazil has the highest number of cases and fatalities
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