US president Donald Trump took to Twitter with a series of confusing Tweets that included threatening to sue news organisations and calling himself the “hardest working president in history”.
The social media posts come as Trump says he will no longer attend press briefing after he was heavily criticised for suggesting medical professionals look into injecting disinfectant and using ultraviolet heat to fight covid-19.
In Spain children were allowed outside for the first time in six weeks.
The european country, which has the highest number of infections next to the US, is allowing children under 14 one hour of supervised time outdoors each day.
Italy is also set to start loosening restrictions as well, starting on May 4th parks will reopen, restaurants will offer takeaway and funerals will be allowed with under 15 people in attendance.
New Zealand’s tough lockdown restrictions, which have been in place for more than four weeks, are ending and will see shops, restaurants and schools open on a smaller scale and it’s expected that one million people will return to work on Tuesday.
And British war veteran Tom Moore is being honoured with a special postmark by Royal Mail who will stamp all letters with a message for the 99-year-old.
Moore raised £29 million for the National Health Service by walking laps in his garden.