Deputy British ambassador to Hungary dies

Steven Dick, Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy in Budapest, has died after contracting coronavirus, the Foreign Office has said.

The 37-year-old diplomat died in Hungary on Tuesday, it said in a statement. He had served as Deputy British Ambassador to Hungary since December, according to a biography published on the UK government's website.
Coronavirus measures against in LondonA man wearing a medical mask as a measure against the coronavirus rides a bike in London [Ilyas Tayfun Salci/Anadolu]

17:30 GMT - England's chief medical officer says there is a global shortage of tests

There is a global shortage of coronavirus tests, causing a "bottleneck", England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty has said. 
"We do not have sufficient testing and this is a global problem because basically every country is wanting this new test, for a disease that wasn't actually being tested for anywhere three months ago," Whitty said at a daily news conference.
"So everybody wants this, so there is a global shortage and that's a bottleneck for us." 

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