And here we come to the end of our live coverage for the day. Thank you for joining us.
Here is a round-up of some of the day's developments.
- In his first briefing since returning to work, Boris Johnson said the UK was "past the peak" of the coronavirus outbreak. He promised to set out a lockdown exit strategy next week as the UK death toll rose by 674 in a day to reach 26,771
- In the US, the coronavirus outbreak has now led to 30 million Americans losing their jobs since mid-March.
- President Donald Trump said he would not renew federal social distancing measures after they expire today
- Top US disease researcher Dr Anthony Fauci predicted that hundreds of millions of vaccines could be ready by January
- Here in the UK, Capt Tom Moore has managed to raise £32m ($40m) for the national health service by walking laps of his garden. The veteran who turned 100 on Thursday has been made an honorary colonel.
- And finally, many of us here at the BBC have been working to bring you news as they happen through the day. The list is long, and includes my colleagues Owen Amos, Saira Asher, Krutika Pathi, Yvette Tan, Andreas Ilmer, Gareth Evans, Steven Sutcliffe, Matt Cannon, Patrick Jackson, Kevin Ponniah, Suzanne Leigh, Emlyn Begley, Adrian Dalingwater, George Wright, Francesca Gillet, Ritu Prassad, Max Matza, Jennifer Scott, Paul Seddon, Ben Collins, and Lucy Webster.