Here are five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Tuesday morning. We'll have another update for you at 18:00 BST.
1. Scientists to discuss lockdown
As the UK enters its fourth week of shutdown measures, the government's scientific advisers will meet to assess their impact. The report will be passed to ministers, but Dominic Raab - deputising for Boris Johnson - made it clear on Monday that no changes to the restrictions are imminent.
2. Focus on care homes
Charities representing the elderly have written to the health secretary after warnings that coronavirus is "running wild" in care homes. The government has confirmed outbreaks at more than 2,000 such facilities. The daily virus death toll only includes deaths in hospitals, but new figures for fatalities elsewhere, including care homes, will be published later on Tuesday.
3. Gyms under threat
Gym and leisure centre bosses say they face being evicted over non-payment of rent and are calling for urgent action to tackle unscrupulous landlords. The fitness sector is, of course, just one of many facing challenges during the crisis. Pubs, for example, are working out what to do with the beer left in their pumps. Find out more.
4. Rural families relying on volunteers
Households who face long journeys to go food shopping even in good times are finding it even more difficult if they have to self-isolate due to coronavirus. See how local volunteers are stepping into the breach.
5. Getting messages of hope to the sick
Relatives are banned from visiting coronavirus patients in hospital, but staff have been coming up with ways of reducing their feelings of isolation. In the latest instalment of our doctor's diary, we hear how loved ones' emails are being printed out and delivered in cards produced by children at local schools.
And don't forget...
You can find more information, advice and guides on our coronavirus page.
We have lots of tips on ways to protect your mental health at this strange and trying time. And here's some advice especially for those living alone.
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