Major events and conferences around the world continue to be postponed, cancelled or made digital-only as countries implement a variety of responses to stop the spread of coronavirus.
In the USA, the largest economic stimulus bill in the country's history has been agreed, as global cases of coronavirus worldwide passed half a million.
On Wednesday it was confirmed that ExCeL London would become a temporary hospital with up to 4,000 beds to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic. The industry was full of praise for the east London venue.
Jeremy Rees, CEO of ExCeL London, said: “Our country is facing the largest national emergency for a generation and our thoughts and sympathies are with those who are personally affected by this situation. It is crucial that everyone plays their part in the national effort, working with the government to combat the spread of the coronavirus and save lives.
On Thursday night, millions of people around the UK took part in 'Clap For Our Carers', standing by their front doors or windows to clap and cheer for the heroic efforts of the NHS and carers all over Britain.
On Friday afternoon, UK prime minister Boris Johnson confirmed that he had tested positive for coronavirus, with mild symptoms, and was self-isolating from his 10 Downing Street home.
We will continue to update this table with any major event cancellations or postponements throughout this period.
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