Good evening. Here are the most important national and international stories of the day concerning the coronavirus pandemic.
- Confirmed cases of coronavirus increased by 168 to 2,487, as the number of deaths rose by 1 to 30.
- Minister of Education Claude Meisch held a press conference to inform the public on the latest developments in the education sector, after a new survey found that home learning has been working well for most people in the Grand Duchy. You can find our live ticker coverage of the minister's briefing here.
- The Centre Hospitalier du Nord released hundreds of striking images of life during the coronavirus epidemic, after the hospital received a new CT scanner.
- Police have created an online coronavirus FAQ forum, while the construction industry is calling for sick leave and partial unemployment benefit to be treated equally.
- The Grand Ducal couple shared pictures of their remote working spaces.
- A patients' association called for protective masks to be handed out to the whole population, as four more French patients were transferred to Luxembourg from Thionville.
In Thursday's international developments:
- Global coronavirus cases stand at 965,246 cases with 49,236 deaths and 203,007 recoveries. You can find more detailed statistics here.
- As the number of cases worldwide approaches 1 million, Spain recorded 950 deaths in a single day.
- Under-fire British PM Boris Johnson promised to 'massively increase testing', as Romanian medical staff are resigning over their appalling working conditions.
- Troops and police in Ecuador have collected at least 150 bodies from streets and homes in the port city of Guayaquil, as cases passed 20,000 in Latin America.
- Thailand became the latest country to impose a nationwide lockdown, as North Korea insisted it had no cases of the virus.
That's all for today's evening roundup. You can find the rest of today's stories in our live ticker.
And finally, the Luxembourg Photothèque is looking to expand its coronavirus photo collection, and is calling for submissions from the general public.
- The RTL Today team.