We're pausing the live page for now, but we'll be back on Thursday morning.
We leave you with some of today's key coronavirus stories from the UK and around the globe.
- UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said a second national lockdown would be "disastrous" for the economy and the government was doing "everything in our power" to avoid another shutdown.
- The PM also admitted there was not enough testing capacity and blamed a "colossal spike" in demand for ongoing problems in accessing tests and results being delayed.
- With many staff and students unable to distinguish a winter bug from the virus, schools reopening has been a big factor in the rise in demand. One teacher told us he spent 11 hours trying to book a test for his young son: "It's like booking Harry Potter tickets," he said.
- A second county in Wales - Rhondda Cynon Taf - will go into lockdown from 18:00 BST on Thursday because of a spike in coronavirus cases.
- US President Donald Trump has denied downplaying the seriousness of Covid-19, despite acknowledging in a recorded interview in February to having deliberately minimised the virus's severity to the public to avoid panic.
- The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in India has surpassed five million, officials say - the second-highest in the world. Covid-19 appears to be spreading much faster in India than any other country.
- And in what may well be a world first, a man in England has been spotted using a snake as a face covering. Transport officials later confirmed live snakes are not acceptable face coverings.