A doctor holding a coronavirus test result Photograph:( IANS )
Here are top stories that made rounds in the world arena today
After US's top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci's comments on Sunday which said that many lives could have been saved if government acted earlier, President Donald Trump retweeted a post from a Republican that called for firing Fauci.
The number of confirmed cases has risen to 3,477 which is the lowest since March 20.
US President Donald Trump has threatened to fire his lead virus expert Dr Anthony Fauci after he criticised him for slow response to tackle coronavirus pandemic.
The purchasing habits of US citizens have experienced a vast transformation during the period of the self-quarantine to curb coronavirus pandemic.
Stella Moris, Julian Assange' s partner with whom he fathered two children while living inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, filed a bail plea in a UK court to seek the release of the Wikileaks co-founder amid growing health fears due to the coronavirus pandemic.
South Korea reported 25 new cases overall on Monday and the rise in 'reactivated' patients has raised concerns as the country seeks to stamp out infections.
Reports suggest that two websites published papers and removed pages referring to new policy required for the academic papers dealing with COVID-19.
According to the company, the reason behind the delay is its heavy reliance on volunteers who are currently overwhelmed dealing with the pandemic.
UK's spy agencies MI6 and MI5 alerted China that a rise in imported cases could spark a second wave of COVID-19 and push the country back into a state of near paralysis.
Ignoring the risk to their own life, medical professionals are working relentlessly and prioritising their duty.