That's all from us for today. Thanks for joining our live coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.
We'll be back tomorrow with more updates from the UK and around the world.
Before we go, here's a summary of today’s top stories:
- England, Wales and Northern Ireland have all announced U-turns on A-level and GCSE results
- Results were predicted by teachers after the exams were cancelled because of the pandemic - but had been downgraded
- Almost all current cases of Covid-19 in Victoria, Australia, can be linked to returned travellers quarantined in the state, an inquiry has heard
- The US Democratic convention kicks off later, but will largely be held online because of the coronavirus
- Ryanair has said it will cut capacity by 20% in September and October following "notably weakened" bookings in recent days
- South Korea is dealing with its biggest daily jump in coronavirus cases in five months - with 279 cases reported on Sunday alone
- And globally more than 776,000 people have died with coronavirus and 21.7m cases have been reported, according to Johns Hopkins University
Our reporting today has been brought to you by Jasmine Taylor-Coleman, Emma Harrison, Georgina Rannard, Alex Kleiderman, Ella Wills and David Walker.