Latest coronavirus developments in Europe and Asia

Latest coronavirus developments in Europe 

UK hospital COVID-19 death toll has risen to 15,464 with another 888 deaths as of 1600 GMT on Friday. The latest number of people tested positive for the virus is 114,217.

Also, Buckingham Palace has announced that there'll be no traditional gun salute at Queen Elizabeth II's birthday next Tuesday due to the coronavirus crisis.

Confirmed coronavirus infections in the Netherlands have risen by 1,140 to 31,589. The death toll increased by 142 to 3,601.

In Switzerland, 1,111 patients have died after contracting the new coronavirus and the number of people showing positive tests for the disease has increased to 27,404.

Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rose by 3,609 to 137,439, according to data from Robert Koch Institute on Saturday. The death toll has risen by 242 to 4,110, the tally showed.

Ukraine reported on Saturday 444 additional COVID-19 cases in the country, bringing its total tally to 5,106. So far, fatalities have reached 133, while 275 patients have recovered.

Latest coronavirus developments in Asia

Indonesia reported 325 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, taking its total number of infections to 6,248. Fifteen new deaths were also registered, taking the total to 535.

The Philippines on Saturday reported 10 new coronavirus deaths and 209 additional infections. So far, the country's total infections have risen to 6,087, while deaths have reached 397.

Singapore confirmed 942 more coronavirus infections on Saturday, taking the total in the city-state, which is under a partial lockdown, to 5,992. It has reported 11 deaths from the disease so far.

Thailand reported 33 new coronavirus infections on Saturday, bringing the nation's total to 2,733 cases. Another 1,787 people have recovered and 47 have died.

The Maldives said on Saturday afternoon that six new cases were detected in the past 24 hours, now the country's total infections are 34 and 16 patients have recovered.