The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber will be sentenced next month despite the coronavirus crisis.
A suicide bomb was set off as thousands of men, women and children left an Ariana Grande pop concert in May 2017.
Mr Justice Jeremy Baker urged the 12 members of the jury to deliberate over the evidence "with dispassion and objectivity".
Alleged Manchester bombing conspirator Hashem Abedi will not give evidence in his defence, jurors at the Old Bailey have been told.
A CCTV image taken 19 seconds before the Manchester Arena bomber detonated a suicide bomb has been shown to a jury.
Salman Abedi was seen looking at the crowds of people gathering at a Take That concert at just four days before the attack.
The younger brother of the Manchester Arena bomber is "just as guilty of the murder of 22 people" as his sibling, a court has heard.
The brother of Manchester bomber Salman Abedi will appear at court in Oxford later.
Hashem Abedi is currently in custody in Libya. An extradition application was made six months ago.