Thanks for tuning in to our live page; we're now wrapping up coverage of today's events.
Before we go, here's a round-up of some of the biggest stories from around the world today:
- In the UK, Business Secretary Alok Sharma is self-isolating and has been tested for coronavirus. He began feeling unwell earlier today while speaking at the despatch box in the House of Commons
- Home Secretary Priti Patel earlier confirmed new quarantine measures on international travellers from 8 June
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged people not to go inside others' homes as parts of the UK brace for wet weather
- Italy is lifting restrictions on domestic travel, allowing people to move between regions
- The World Health Organization is resuming its trial of hydroxychloroquine as a potential coronavirus treatment
- Global passenger traffic rose 30% in May, from a very low level in April, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said
We'll be back early on Thursday to bring you more coverage of the coronavirus pandemic - in the meantime you can follow the latest updates on our website and on the BBC News app.
Our team of writers and editors around the world updating you today were:
Anna Jones, Frances Mao, Andreas lllmer, Krutika Pathi, Tom Spender, Rebecca Seales, Vicky Baker, Claudia Allen, Vanessa Barford, Alex Kleiderman, Ashitha Nagesh, Sophie Williams, Emlyn Begley, Neil Johnston, Alex Bysouth, Katie Wright, Kate Whannel, Gavin Stamp, Matt Cannon, and Sam Tonkin.