We're pausing our live coronavirus coverage for now. But you can continue to follow all the major developments at BBCNews.com. Here's a round-up of the main stories from the UK and around the world.
- The US saw 1,500 deaths from Covid-related causes on Wednesday - the highest number in a single day since mid-May
- At least 166,000 people have now died of coronavirus in the US and infections are still on the rise
- Globally, three quarters of a million people have now died with coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University
- In England, 36% of A-level entries had a lower grade than teachers predicted and 3% were down two grades, in results in place of exams cancelled by the pandemic
- India has registered more than 47,000 deaths, overtaking the UK to become fourth-worst affected globally for fatalities
- The number of patients admitted for routine treatment in hospitals in England was down 67% in June compared with the same time last year, NHS figures show