The World Trade Organisation says the fall in global trade as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic will be worse than following the financial crisis just over ten years ago.
Also in the programme: Bernie Sanders quits presidential nomination race. And South African crime gangs join effort to fight coronavirus outbreak.
(Picture: Deserted street on outskirts of New Delhi, India, 22 March 2020. (CREDIT: EPA/HARISH TYAGI)
Wuhan lifts quarantine
The Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic originated, is finally lifting its 11-week quarantine as infections and deaths have tailed off.
Also in the programme: a top EU official resigns over Covid-19 response; and Paris enacts harsher coronavirus restrictions
(Picture: Tears well up in a medical worker during a ceremony as Wuhan's Tianhe Airport reopened. Credit: Getty)
UK government 'confident' PM will recover from illness
Boris Johnson's second-in-command, foreign minister Dominic Raab says the prime minister remains in good spirits in intensive care and is breathing without the need of a ventilator.
Also on the programme: With no new deaths from the disease for 24 hours, China eases its travel restrictions; and the toll the corona crisis is taking on the mental health of frontline US doctors.
(Photo: News crews are seen outside St Thomas' Hospital in London. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was transferred to the intensive care unit at the hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened. Credit: Peter Summers/Getty Images)
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson is stable in hospital
The Cabinet Office minister, Michael Gove, said Mr Johnson was receiving "oxygen support" but was not on a ventilator. Also in the programme: Australian Cardinal George Pell has been freed from prison, after he was previously convicted of child sexual abuse, and members of the English National Opera have recorded a song about handwashing.
(Photo: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on March 25, 2020 Credit: Peter Summers/Getty Images)
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson moved to intensive care
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care in hospital after his coronavirus symptoms "worsened", Downing Street has said.
Also in the programme: We report from Ecuador, Cuba, Turkey and Germany on the advance of the virus, and a Canadian inventor tells us about his modern take on the iron-lung - for places where ventilators and electric power supplies are unavailable.
(Picture: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves 10 Downing Street on 25 March, 2020. Credit: WIktor Szymanowicz/NurPhoto via Getty Images)