Today's news on the global pandemic.

Today's news on the global pandemic.


Walmart will require all customers to wear masks inside its stores. (NBC News)

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has tested positive for COVID-19. He attended President Trump's rally in Tulsa a few weeks ago. (USA Today)

In early trials, Moderna's vaccine candidate seems to be safe and to provide some immunity from COVID-19. (USA Today)

There are now more than 13.3 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, with more than 578,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

In the U.S., there are now more than 3.4 million confirmed cases with more than 136,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

CDC says U.S. could get coronavirus under control in one to two months if everyone wears a mask. (CNBC)

TheTrump administration has ordered hospitals to bypass the CDC with key virus data, alarming health experts. (The New York Times)

L.A. County sets record for COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations as conditions worsen. (Los Angeles Times)

Packed outdoor bars blamed for N.Y.C.'s COVID-19 rise among young adults. (New York Post)

Michigan man refused service for not wearing mask stabs customer, is fatally shot by deputy. (NBC News)

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