The novel coronavirus has infected more than 4.7 million people, killing at least 315,000 worldwide. If you’re just joining us, here’s what you may have missed:

WHO meets today: More than 100 countries have proposed a draft resolution calling for an independent “evaluation” into the coronavirus pandemic. It will be presented to the World Health Organization during its 73rd World Health Assembly today. The draft does not single out China, but Beijing is facing mounting international scrutiny for its initial handling of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Taiwan not on the agenda: The self-ruled island’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement Monday that it had agreed to shelve the issue of its participation at the WHA until next year, due to the shortened nature of the current meeting and the pressing issue of the pandemic.

Greece reopens some of its most famous cultural sites: The Acropolis in Athens reopened for visitors today after temporarily closing due to the coronavirus outbreak. More than 200 archaeological sites across the country will resume business today, according to the Greek Ministry of Culture.

Wuhan tests more than 400,000 people: The Chinese city of Wuhan has conducted more than 400,000 nucleic acids tests within the first three days of a citywide campaign to test all residents for Covid-19, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission said today.

UK could be missing up to 70,000 Covid-19 cases: Meanwhile, the UK could be missing between 50,000 to 70,000 coronavirus cases because it has not updated its list of coronavirus symptoms, a professor who leads the King’s College London Covid Symptom Tracker app said Monday.

Spanish soccer stars can train in groups of 10: Clubs in Spain’s top two soccer divisions can begin training in groups of up to 10 players from Monday, La Liga announced on Sunday. The return will mean players from the likes of Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid will be able to train in small groups.