Families have been praying at home and seeing friends and family virtually.
Slowly schools, shops and bars are reopening in France, Germany and Italy.
British pop star Charli XCX has written and recorded her fourth ‘How I’m Feeling’ in just six weeks.
Springing back into life – garden centres. But only if you live in England or Wales. And if you are the golfing, fishing and tennis type, you were also in luck today as you are free to play once again – but only if you maintain social distancing in England. Our reporter Minnie Stephenson joined…
In Westminster, ministers said the public should expect only “limited” changes on Sunday night
Charities big and small have been struggling to survive – despite the £750 million in support which the government has announced.
With schools closed, children are staying home and staying safe – but many are also going hungry and turning to food banks.
In Spain, millions of children under the age of 14 have begun venturing outside for the first time in six weeks.
The government has launched a campaign encouraging people who need urgent medical care not to avoid seeking help – warning that delays in getting treatment could put long term health at risk.
Every Thursday night we step outside to applaud the NHS workers but there are other key workers too who keep the country running.
Today the exam regulator in England said GCSE and A-Level grades would be awarded based on mock exam results, teacher assessments and coursework.
Theatres are dark. Concert venues shuttered. Parades and festivals cancelled.
While the coronavirus epidemic is understandably causing stress for most of us, those with pre-existing conditions like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder are finding the constant coverage particularly disturbing and likely to trigger panic attacks.
Italy records 368 deaths in one day
Around the world tough measures are being imposed – Spain’s two week state of emergency will mean strict restrictions on movement.