We're wrapping up our live coverage for now - thank you for joining us, and we'll see you again from Saturday morning BST.
Before we go, here's a quick recap of Friday's main developments:
- The US Food and Drug Administration has given emergency approval for the experimental antiviral drug remdesivir. The company behind the drug has donated 1.5 million vials
- UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock says there has been an "unprecedented" rise in coronavirus testing in the UK and that the target of 100,000 daily tests has been met - but the opposition Labour Party says the numbers are misleading
- The UN has warned that millions of children could miss out on vital vaccinations because of aviation delays
- India and Ireland have both announced extensions to their lockdowns
- May Day rallies have taken place across the world in support of workers' rights - but in scaled-back or socially-distanced form
- And more than 1,014,000 people known to have had the virus globally have recovered, according to Johns Hopkins University
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