We're pausing our live coverage for the time being. Our colleagues in Asia will be picking it back up shortly.
In the meantime, here's a reminder of the main developments on Wednesday:
- A gradual relaxation of lockdown restrictions continues in several European countries - Germany will allow football to resume behind closed doors and shops can open, while in Belgium retailers will be allowed to open from next week
- It comes the World Health Organization (WHO) warned countries there is a real risk of the virus returning if governments are not vigilant
- The WHO also warned that infections are rising in Eastern Europe, Africa, South-East Asia, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Americas
- 30,076 people have now died in the UK - the highest in Europe - while the government missed its target of 100,000 daily tests for the fourth day running
- Around 90,000 healthcare workers are thought to have been infected globally, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) says
- The economic fallout continues, as the European Union warns of a historic recession, 122 million in India have lost their jobs due to the economic downturn, and Uber plans to sack 14% of its workforce
- US President Donald Trump said his coronavirus taskforce will be re-shaped, rather than disbanded as he earlier suggested
- And finally, for something lighter, take a look at this new painting by Banksy, hung in a hospital in England
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