More than 30,000 people have now died of the virus worldwide, with more than 685,000 cases.
In the UK, another 209 people were confirmed to have died over the past 24 hours. A senior medical official warned it could be six months until “life returns to normal”
Spain, France, and Italy all recorded another surge in deaths. But Italy’s increase was less than the previous two days
South Korea said all overseas arrivals will go into mandatory quarantine for 14 days as of 1 April
Australia tightened its restrictions. It is limiting public gatherings and closing all playgrounds and parks from Monday
And in India, the prime minister asked for forgiveness after imposing a sweeping lockdown that he said had hurt millions of poor people