The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 4.1 million people globally. If you’re just joining us, here are the latest developments:

Cases surge in Germany: The country reported 933 new coronavirus cases in just 24 hours, according to the Robert Koch Institute today. Officials warn the virus’ reproduction rate is hovering above 1, meaning each infected person is infecting more than one other person on average.

Nightclub cluster in South Korea: 101 cases in total have been linked to an outbreak in Seoul’s Itaewon district, known for its nightlife. With fears of a second wave, authorities have tracked down more than 10,000 people who were in the area, and are asking them to be tested.

Wuhan testing scramble: Officials in the Chinese city at ground zero for the coronavirus said they will test all 11 million residents in the next 10 days to prevent a second wave of infections. Six new local transmissions were reported in recent days after a month of no new cases.

Elsewhere in China: Daily life is resuming in many parts of the country. Hotel chain Marriott says its business in China is rebounding, and Shanghai Disneyland reopened this week after months of closure.

Ryanair returns: The European budget carrier will resume 40% of its flights starting July 1, it said. The restored flights will follow government restrictions and public health measures.

In the US: All but two states will be partially reopened by the end of the week. The two states — Massachusetts and Connecticut — will likely start reopening next week. Meanwhile, the federal government is sending $11 billion to states to expand coronavirus testing capabilities, the Trump administration announced Monday.