Thanks for joining our live page today. We're pausing our coverage until tomorrow - but before we go, here's a recap of some of the day's top stories.
- There are now more than 2.6 million confirmed cases of coronavirus globally, and more than 180,000 people have died, according to tracking by Johns Hopkins University
- The head of the WHO, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned that the virus will be "with us for a long time", and that there are "worrying upward trends" in parts of Africa, Central and South America and Eastern Europe
- England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty says the UK is not seeing a steep descent in new infections, and that the chance of an effective vaccine or drug being developed in the next calendar year is "incredibly small"
- Still in the UK, the head of Roche - one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies - told the BBC that the country's ability to respond to the pandemic has been hampered by years of underinvestment in healthcare
- A postmortem in California has revealed that the first death of the virus in the US was actually weeks earlier than previously thought
- In New York state, two cats have been diagnosed with coronavirus. They are the first domestic pets to test positive for the virus in the US
- Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa and chairman of the African Union, called for aid for Africa from the G20 group of nations - saying that the global recession likely to follow the pandemic would hit African countries "particularly hard"
- Germany is making face masks mandatory on public transport from next week