Spain’s daily death toll has risen for the second day in a row - up by 757 compared with 743 on Tuesday. It’s far lower than the record 950 deaths reported on 2 April, but it shows the crisis is far from over in the country.
Infections also rose by the most in four days by 6,180 to nearly 147,000. Spain has more confirmed cases than any other European country.
The regional director for the World Health Organization, Dr Hans Kluge, said on Wednesday there were signs the outbreak was slowing in Italy and Spain. But he warned that the progress across the continent was “extremely fragile”.
Germany has not been as badly affected as other countries, with experts praising its widespread testing. Infections there now number over 103,000 and the head of the RKI public health institute has said there is definitely a positive trend, although it is too soon to talk about sounding the all-clear.
Deaths in Spain rise for second consecutive day, to 14,555.
There more than 1.4 million confirmed cases worldwide.
In Germany, infections have passed the 100,000 mark.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is "responding to treatment" as he spends a third day in hospital.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan says of the UK: "We are nowhere near lifting the lockdown".
Talks on how to help Eurozone countries badly affected by the coronavirus epidemic are suspended.
The European Union's top scientist has resigned, condemning the EU's 'disappointing' response.
People are leaving Wuhan for the first time after the lockdown was partially lifted.