Our team will bring you the latest news from across the West Midlands and beyond with the coronavirus lockdown in its second week.
We have up-to-date figures from our NHS trusts detailing the number of cases in your area.
It was revealed yesterday that 18 more patients died in the Black Country, Staffordshire and Birmingham had died, bringing the total in the area to 160.
We should have updated figures later this afternoon.
We'll also try to raise a smile as a Wolverhampton artist known for putting motivational posters on city streets across the world is now sending notes directly to NHS staff.
And find out how you can become a Star Neighbour and help vulnerable members of your community.
More key developments
The coronavirus lockdown will be more damaging for businesses the longer it continues, West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has warned.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is chairing a meeting of his Cabinet by videolink as he continues to self-isolate in Downing Street after testing positive for coronavirus.
Care workers and community nurses are still struggling to do their jobs safely and with adequate protective gear, it has been claimed today.
March was the busiest month on record for supermarkets across Britain as shoppers rushed to stock up on vital supplies to see them through the coronavirus pandemic.