He was last seen running out of Downing Street on Friday after Boris Johnson revealed he had tested positive for coronavirus.
NHS England chief executive Sir Simon Stevens has said testing will start to be rolled out across NHS workers this week.
From Friday, the bank will be matching donations of up to £5 million made by its customers to the National Emergencies Trust.
Police are also geared up for more cases of domestic violence as homes are put under strain by extended periods of self-isolation.
A Downing Street spokesman said Cummings, one of the most powerful men in the government, had developed symptoms of COVID-19 over the weekend. Cummings was seen sprinting out of Downing Street shortly after Johnson revealed he had tested positive.
The X-Men star has urged members of the public to donate to Masks For NHS Heroes after he gave the crowdfunding campaign £275,000.
One in five people in Britain fear an economic depression because of the impact of coronavirus and a further 52% expect the country's economy to be in recession within a year, a poll by YouGov showed on Monday. "Almost three quarters expect that Britain's economy will be in depression (19%) or recession (52%) within a year," YouGov said in a news release. Finance minister Rishi Sunak has sought to slow an expected jump in unemployment with a string of emergency measures including a pledge for the British state to pay 80% of the wages of workers who are temporarily laid off but remain on companies' books.
Hans Rausing, grandson of the Swedish founder of Tetra Pak, and his wife have donated 16.5 million pounds to charities and other groups supporting Britain's health service tackle the coronavirus outbreak. The Rausings said they had given 5 million pounds to the National Health Service Charities Together national COVID-19 appeal which provides wellbeing packs for staff and helps pay for accommodation and travel expenses.
The Luton-based carrier said the measure 'removes significant cost' as the aviation industry struggles to cope with a collapse in demand.
Euro zone sentiment suffered its steepest ever monthly decline in March as the coronavirus led to declining confidence among consumers and all sectors of the economy, in many cases even before crippling lockdowns were imposed. Economic sentiment in the 19 countries sharing the euro fell to 94.5 points in March from 103.4 in February, sharply breaking an upward trend in place from November, European Commission survey data showed on Monday.
Packaging giant DS Smith is also urging households to keep recycling to ensure there is enough cardboard, with 85% made from recycled materials.
The baby care business agreed a deal to sell its branded products in Boots after shutting its own UK stores.
The Justice Minister said police need sanctions to enforce the lockdown introduced to stem the spread of Covid-19.
Helen Whately's suggestion that only the "capacity" for 10,000 tests exists contradicts the claims made by the Matt Hancock and Michael Gove.
Councils are holding £4.1 billion in reserves for business rates appeals, but retailers are calling on ministers to suspend appeals and dish out cash.