The virus has killed more than 80,000 people and has spread to 209 countries and territories. Here are the latest updates for April 7:
After British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's admission to an intensive care unit, many world leaders are wishing a quick recovery.
With France still to reach its outbreak peak, hospitals in Paris are scrambling to add more intensive care beds despite a boost in nationwide numbers to 9,000, from about 5,000 before the start of the crisis.
Health experts have warned of an epidemic in South Asia, home to a fifth of the world's population, that could easily overwhelm its weak public health systems.
Reporting in conflict zones was no preparation for the calamity that has hit Italy in the form of a pandemic.
How the government will handle this crisis will shape the trajectory of the rest of its tenure.
World Health Organization figures show the increase in new Covid-19 infections is now about 70,000 per day, up from about 50,000 just a few days ago. Here are the latest updates for March 30:
The government's reluctance to ban congregational prayers carries within it the fraught tensions of Pakistan's identity.
Most of the country's 450-million-strong workforce in the informal economy have no means of reaching home and staying indoors for the 21 days of shutdown.
Eateries in major cities like London are turning to takeaway and delivery options to make ends meet, but are still suffering from decimated sales and worries about health risks.
The US trails far behind other countries that prioritise humanity over politics.
As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the Middle East, countries have sought to slow the increase of cases by limiting the movements of hundreds of millions of people.
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