Here are the latest headlines on the outbreak from the UK:
Another 684 people died, bringing the UK death toll to 3,605. The total number of cases is now 38,168
The government has told people to stay at home this weekend, as the weather is expected to turn warm
Following the deaths of two nurses with the virus, England's chief nursing officer asked the public: "Please stay at home for them."
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has called for volunteers to take part in three major clinical trials that include looking at how existing drugs could be used to treat the virus
The Labour Party is to announce its new leader - at 10:45 BST - but amid the outbreak, a planned ceremony has been scrapped. Instead, candidates Keir Starmer, Rebecca Long-Bailey and Lisa Nandy will learn the outcome over email. Each of them has been asked to pre-record victory speeches - only one of which will be released
The Queen is to address the nation in a broadcast on Sunday evening