U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care.

The U.S. has topped 10,000 coronavirus deaths. (USA Today)

Walmart says it is stepping up its cleaning and sanitizing efforts after two Chicago-area employees died from the coronavirus. (USA Today

There are now more than 1.27 million cases of coronavirus around the globe, with more than 69,500 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

In the U.S., there are now more than 337,000 confirmed cases, with more than 9,654 deaths. (Yahoo! News)

Donald Trump says he's "not a doctor," and yet he continues to push an untested drug. (The New York Times)

New York state has had its first daily drop in coronavirus deaths, GovernorAndrew Cuomoannounced Sunday. (FOX News)

Navy Captain Crozier, who was relieved of duty after sounding the alarm about a coronavirus outbreak on his ship, has tested positive for COVID-19. (The New York Times)

British Prime MinisterBoris Johnson has been admitted to the hospital after continuing to suffer from coronavirus symptoms 10 days after he tested positive. (FOX News)

Italy, Spain and France reported a daily decline in coronavirus death tolls. (Business Insider)

Former New Orleans Saints kickerTom Dempsey, known for kicking a 63-yard field goal in 1970 despite the fact he was born without toes on his right foot, has died from complications of coronavirus, his daughter said Sunday. He was 73. (ESPN)

Why some people don't feel safe wearing face masks. (The Boston Globe)

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