Keira Knightley, Sir Ringo Starr and Joe Lycett are among the stars who have designed thank you badges.
Further details are expected to be laid before Parliament on Tuesday.
Some contact tracers have said they have no work to do while others have complained about poor technology.
The new cumulative total includes cases identified under Pillar 2 of the Government’s testing strategy.
People in shielding categories have been allowed to leave their houses for walks for the first time since March.
It was the first time since the Second World War the public were asked to capture a moment in time to be saved in the Historic England Archive.
Boris Johnson said on May 10 he was establishing a new Joint Biosecurity Centre to run the coronavirus alert system.
New laws and Government guidance have been issued in England.
A video of Leo the cat disappearing beneath the Dean of Canterbury’s robes while he was speaking has been viewed more than two million times.
Around 6.19 million infections have been reported worldwide, with over 372,000 people dying.
Beaches, churches, mosques and schools across the world are starting to reopen.
The country reported its first deaths in March 3 and then saw numbers rise exponentially.
Works by the Dutch masters and other artists could be viewed as lockdown eased.
The Vatican Museums and the Colosseum were among the venues to open their doors as Covid-19 restrictions ease.
The ballot was postponed from April due to Covid-19.
Auto Trader expects demand for caravan holidays to ‘almost match’ hotel breaks this summer.
The retail giant saw shoppers queuing in car parks and along roads in searing heat as new measures restricted customer numbers.
Marks & Spencer has continued operations at its food stores through the outbreak but closed most of its clothing operations in March.
More than half of 18 to 34-year-olds have taken up a DIY project during the lockdown or are planning to, according to Aldermore Bank.
The First Minister was joined by Health Secretary Jeane Freeman and interim chief medical officer Dr Gregor Smith at the daily coronavirus briefing.
At the First Minister’s daily briefing earlier on Monday, it was announced police issued 797 disperals on Saturday alone.
A joint letter from 225 world leaders and experts calls for quicker action to avoid a deep global recession.
The Stormont executive has also set a provisional date of July 20 for the reopening of hotels.
One further coronavirus-linked death was announced in Ireland on Monday, along with 77 new confirmed cases of the virus.
Hastings Hotels is aiming to capture part of the £4 billion usually spent by holidaymakers from the island of Ireland.