Summary of the latest key developments:
- The UK government said 35,341 people have died from COVID-19 in the country
- Britain's Office for National Statistics estimates however that more than 42,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the UK
- France and Germany back EU bond to raise €500bn
- Donald Trump threatens permanent withdrawal from WHO over China
- He has also revealed he is taking a contested anti-malarial drug to protect from COVID-19
- The WHO has agreed to an independent probe into its handling of the crisis
- Portugal care home creates 'emotion box' for family to safely visit elderly relatives
- British family tell Euronews what it's like to be a coronavirus vaccine guinea pig
Follow the latest updates below:
No ''mini-Schengens" because of COVID-19, warns EU chief
Euronews' Efi Koutsokosta speaks to European Commission Vice President Margaritis Schinas about the future of Europe's border-free travel Schengen zone and what European solidarity should look like once Europe comes out of the crisis.
"There is no way that returning to Schengen normality from the existing restrictions in our internal borders should be replaced by some sort of regional mini-Schengens that fragment our single market and discriminate against the non-participating member states," Schinas said.
Extra-EU trade fell from €252 billion to €228 billion between January and March: Eurostat
Initial surge in UK news use around COVID-19 followed by significant increase in news avoidance: Study
Divisions emerge over €500BN COVID-19 aid plan proposed by France and Germany
Dutch restaurants and cafes to reopen on June 1
WHO members agree to independent inquiry into pandemic response
France revises death toll down
Pandemic to push 60 million people 'into extreme poverty': World Bank
Portugal 'box of emotions' allows relatives to visit loved ones
A care home in Portugal has created a special visiting room with a plexiglass screen that allows relatives to visit their loved ones amid the risk posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
It has been named the 'box of emotions'.
"We cannot touch them, there's no contact, but just the fact of being there and looking them in the eye is very positive," says Jose Navarro, son of one of the elderly that stay at the Montepio nursing home, near Lisbon.
According to Navarro, the past few months have been a painful experience for his father.
Turkey sees rate of infections and deaths slow
Turkey reported a continued downward trajectory in COVID-19 deaths and confirmed infections Tuesday, with 28 new deaths and 1,022 infections over the past 24 hours.
Health Minister Fahrettin Koca tweeted new figures showing a total of 4,199 deaths and 151,615 reported positive cases since March 11, when the first infection was confirmed.
Koca said the decrease in patients needing intensive care continued and the number of patients who recovered reached 112,895.