Our colleagues in Asia will be taking over in a few hours, but for now, we'll leave you with Monday's main stories.
- At the World Health Assembly, the US accused the World Health Organization of allowing the pandemic to spin "out of control"
- The US death toll has passed 90,000 - the highest in the world
- The lockdown in Europe continues to be eased - bars and restaurants reopened in Italy; in France a court ordered that places of worship can open
- Cases continue to soar in Brazil - it has the fourth highest tally in the world, and São Paulo's hospitals are close to collapse
- In Britain, anyone over five can now be tested if they show symptoms. The UK has now added loss of smell to its list of symptoms
- A vaccine trial in the US by Moderna Inc has shown promising results - antibodies that can neutralise coronavirus were found in eight participants
- France and Germany proposed a 500bn euro plan to relaunch the EU economy
- And let's end on something lighter. In Ghana, Private Joseph Hammond, 95, is walking two miles a day for a week to raise money for frontline workers and vulnerable veterans across Africa.
BBC journalists across the world contributed to writing this live page. They are: George Wright, Jasmine Taylor-Coleman, Vicky Baker, Georgina Rannard, Claire Heald, Sean Fanning, Katie Wright, Gavin Stamp, Paul Seddon, Joseph Lee, Frank Keogh, Tom Gerken, Matthew Henry, Ritu Prasad, Lucy Webster, Joshua Nevett, Alex Bysouth, Victoria Bisset, Andreas Illmer, Aparna Alluri, Saira Asher, Yvette Tan