We're pausing the coronavirus live page for now but will be back on Saturday morning.
We leave you with a round-up of Friday's biggest developments from around the globe.
- The UK is "now seeing a second wave" of Covid-19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said, adding, "It's been inevitable we'd see it in this country"
- There is now widespread growth of the virus across the UK and the R number has risen to between 1.1 and 1.4, the government's scientific advisers have said
- The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the globe has surpassed 30 million, according to figures by America's Johns Hopkins University
- The WHO has warned of "alarming rates of transmission" across Europe, with fears death rates will rise significantly
- Tighter restrictions will come into force in Lancashire, Merseyside, parts of the Midlands and West Yorkshire from Tuesday after significant increases in Covid-19 cases
- Dublin is also facing tighter restrictions - for the next three weeks, people are discouraged from leaving the city unless for essential reasons
- And Madrid is imposing a partial lockdown affecting more than 855,000 people living in 26 areas of the city
- "Hard but necessary" decisions on further Covid restrictions may need to be taken to prevent another full-scale lockdown in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
- There will be no New Year's Eve fireworks in London to ring in 2021, after the mayor revealed the display had been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic