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Before we wrap up, here’s an overview of all the main developments from across the world today:
- India recorded more than 90,000 new cases of Covid-19, taking its total above that of Brazil
- Spain became the first country in western Europe to record half a million infections, after tallying more than 26,000 new infections over the weekend
- President Donald Trump said a US-made vaccine against the coronavirus may be ready by October, shrugging off safety concerns expressed by Democrats
- Russia said it would give its coronavirus vaccine to volunteers this week in a post-registration phase of testing
- The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) warned the world to be better prepared for the next pandemic, as he urged countries to invest in public health
- The postponed Tokyo Olympic Games will go ahead next year "with or without Covid", the vice-president of the International Olympic Committee said