The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 5.5 million people globally. If you’re just joining us, here are the latest developments:

US approaches 100,000 deaths: At least 98,223 people have died of coronavirus across the United States, which has the highest number of cases globally.

Crisis in Brazil: Brazil recorded 11,687 new coronavirus cases within 24 hours, the country’s health ministry said on Monday, taking the nationwide total to 374,898. Only the US has recorded more.

China says Wuhan tested 6.5 million in 9 days: Wuhan conducted more than 6.5 million Covid-19 tests in nine days, according to state media — a drastic move by authorities to prevent a second wave of infections.

UK anger over Boris Johnson’s adviser continues: A junior minister resigned Tuesday after the UK Prime Minister stood by his aide Dominic Cummings, who has admitted to travelling to northern England during the country’s lockdown.

South Korean court jails man for refusing to quarantine: An unnamed defendant was sentenced to four months in prison for refusing to stay either at home or in a government-designated quarantine facility.

Dutch leader did not visit dying mother for weeks: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s elderly mother died on May 13. He obeyed virus restrictions and did not visit her in the weeks before her death, although he was able to be with her on her final night.