BBC News:  Leaders are holding a video summit today as coronavirus continues to spread.
Here are the latest developments from across the continent:
 All 27 member state leaders will discuss the EU’s response to the virus in the virtual summit this afternoon. There have been disagreements about how best to act, with some countries calling for joint “corona bonds” to revive European economies and others urging financial restraint
 The latest statistics on Spain’s outbreak are due out this morning. There are close to 50,000 confirmed cases in the country – including Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo – and more than 3,600 deaths. El Pais newspaper reports that new rapid tests sent to the country by China don’t work well
 All restaurants, parks and shops barring grocery stores will shut in Moscow for one week on Monday, the city’s mayor said, as Russia ramps up its response to the outbreak. President Putin announced yesterday a week off work for Russians to limit the spread. And as of Friday, all flights to foreign countries will cease, except those bringing home citizens from abroad
 France has recorded 1,331 deaths. In a visit to a hospital last night President Emmanuel Macron said he would call on the army to help the country. A government spokeswoman said the 15-day lockdown measures could be extended, with a final decision expected “in the coming days”.