Sports Mole rounds up the latest Coronavirus news from across the sports world.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on every walk of life, and sport is no exception.
Almost every sporting competition, including the Olympics, European Championship and Premier League, has been put on hold as the world's attention turns to getting the pandemic under control.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up all of the coronavirus-related news from the world of sport on May 11.
Monday evening's headlines:
UEFA is not ready to make any changes to European qualification. Read more.
Chief executive explains data can help create a safe environment for all. Read more.
Richard Masters said after Monday's shareholders' meeting there is also "ongoing dialogue" about finishing the campaign at neutral grounds. Read more.
The Government's Covid-19 recovery strategy was set out on Monday afternoon. Read more.
The tournament is scheduled to take place in Australia between October 18-November 15. Read more.
Paris St Germain were declared champions after French authorities decreed no sporting events could be held until at least September. Read more.
Premier League resume discussions on next steps for Project Restart. Read more.
BMW has accused fellow German carmaker Audi of "jeopardising" the future of the German touring car series DTM. Read more.
Ziggo Sport, the Dutch broadcaster of Formula 1, will not be present at July's planned re-start of the 2020 season in Austria. Read more.
Surrey seamer Reece Topley
and Gloucestershire wicketkeeper-batsman James Bracey are among those taking part. Read more.
The Williams driver dropped back to fifth after claiming pole but surged back to seal his first Virtual Grand Prix win. Read more.