The city of Wuhan, where the global coronavirus pandemic began, says there are no remaining cases in its hospitals, as China reports no COVID-19-related deaths for the 11th day in a row. In Australia, some states are easing stay-at-home restrictions after a sustained period of low or no new cases, as the Federal Government launches its contact tracing app. This story was updated regularly throughout Sunday. You can also stay informed with the latest episode of the Coronacast podcast . Sunday’s key moments: Australia launches contact tracing app Wuhan has no coronavirus cases left in its hospitals Children in Spain allowed outside for first time in weeks Dozens arrested in illegal protest against German lockdown measures Queensland and Western Australia to lift some stay-at-home restrictions UK death toll passes 20,000, Boris Johnson prepares to return to work Virus restrictions begin to ease around the world ‘No evidence of children infecting teachers’: NSW Health report Global death toll exceeds 200,000 Australia launches contact tracing app Australia’s coronavirus contact tracing app, COVIDSafe , has been released in a bid to boost efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It is not compulsory, but the Government is encouraging all Australians to download and… Read full this story
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