Monday’s headlines about the global pandemic.

One of the world’s oldest medical journals, The Lancet, published an editorial over the weekend urging Americans to not re-elect President Trump and criticized him for his “inconsistent and incoherent” response to the pandemic. (People)

There are now more than 4.7 million confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide, with more than 315,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

In the U.S., there are now more than 1.4 million confirmed cases, with approximately 90,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

Texas has highest single-day jump in COVID-19 cases as it continues to move ahead with reopening (Newsweek)

A person with coronavirus attended a Mother’s Day religious service in California, and exposed 180 to coronavirus, health officials say. (FOX News)

Judge denied “Pharma bro” Martin Shkreli‘s “delusional” plan to leave prison to fight COVID-19. (The Washington Post)

If Oxford’s vaccine is successful, U.K. will have first dibs. (ABC News)

Obama slams unnamed politicians for coronavirus response. (NBC News)